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Stratigraphical Procedure

Product Code: PHGSP
Series: GSL Professional Handbooks
Author/Editor: Edited by P F Rawson, P M Allen, P J Brenchley, J C W Cope, A S Gale, J A Evans, P L Gibbard, F J Gregory, E A Hailwood, S P Hesselbo, R W O'B Knox, J E A Marshall, M Oates, N J Riley, A G Smith, N Trewin, J A Zalasiewicz
Publication Date: 17 January 2002
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Produced by members of the Society's Stratigraphy Commission, the volume explains the different stratigraphical methods, shows how they can be applied by the practicing geologist and, where appropriate, indicates their current limitations. It is a new version of the Society's long-established Guide to Stratigraphicl Procedure, and has been expanded to embrace modern developments in the definition and correlation of rock sequences. It offers clear guidelines on stratigraphical practice but is not intended as a formal stratigraphical code. It is aimed primarily at geologists working in the United Kingdom and therefore mainly utilizes UK examples.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 1-86239-094-0
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-1-86239-094-2
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 64
Weight: 0.36 kg

Contents

Introduction
• Establishing the rock succession
• Lithostratigraphical units
• Description of Lithostratigraphical units
• Definition of stratigraphical units
• Naming new lithostratigraphical units
• Stability and usage of existing lithostratigraphical names
• Lithodemic units
• Description of lithodemic units
• Special cases
• Problems of usage
• Allostratigraphical units
• Tectonostratigraphical units
• Calibrating and correlating successions
• Biostratigraphy
• Naming biozones
• Index fossils
• Types of biozone
• Boundaries of Biozones
• Graphic correltion
• Geophysical/petrophysical log stratigraphy
• Seismic stratigraphy
• Sequence stratigraphy
• Cyclesin stratigraphy
• Climate stratigraphy
• Event stratigraphy
• Magnetostratigraphy
• Isotope stratigraphy
• Strontium isotopes
• Oxygen isotopes, Carbonisotopes
• Chemostratigraphy
• Establishing a relative time-scale: chronostratigraphy
• Chronostratigraphical terminology in practice
• Determining a numerical time-scale: geochronometry
• Combining the approaches: holostratigraphy
• Databases
• Authors
• The Stratigraphy Commission
• References
• Index

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