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Committee on terminology and classification.
International Stratigraphic Guide - An abridged version. 1Geology Department, Univ. of California, Davis, California 95616, USA. 2Department of Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712, USA; e-mail: amos. Effective communication in science requires accurate and precise internationally acceptable terminology and procedures.
E. National and Regional Stratigraphic Codes
E. National and Regional Stratigraphic Codes. The ISSC has always supported the development of national and regional stratigraphic codes; these codes have helped in the past. 256. in developing principles, and providing a testing ground for various proposals contained in the Guide. are best suited to a hierarchical classication whereas in others all categories are of equal rank
Trondheim, Norway : International Union of Geological Sciences ; Boulder, Colo. Geological Society of America, c1994. Physical description.
National or Regional Stratigraphic Codes. 143. Bibliography of Stratigraphic Classification Terminology and Procedure.
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International Stratigraphic Guide: a Guide to Stratigraphic Classification, Terminology, and Procedure . International Stratigraphic Guide-An Abridged Version, Murphy, .
International Stratigraphic Guide: a Guide to Stratigraphic Classification, Terminology, and Procedure, Hedberg, . E. New York: Wiley, 1976. International Stratigraphic Guide, 2nd e. Salvador, . Int. Union. and Salvador, . Ed. Episodes, 1999, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 255–271. Evolyutsiya i biostratigrafiya (Evolution and Biostratigraphy), Moscow: Nauka, 1977.
In the stratigraphy sub-discipline of geology, a Global Standard Stratigraphic Age, abbreviated GSSA, is a. .
In the stratigraphy sub-discipline of geology, a Global Standard Stratigraphic Age, abbreviated GSSA, is a chronological reference point and criterion in the geologic record used to define the boundaries (an internationally sanctioned benchmark point) between different geological periods, epochs or ages on the overall geologic time scale in a lly useful rock layer. A worldwide multidisciplinary effort has been ongoing since 1974 to define such important metrics.
ic nomenclature, still developing, is in a state of tur- moil at present. Both formal and informal stratigraphic units are recognized. Inadequate distinction between time and place words, both formal and informal, leads to unnecessary confusion. Misuse of early versus lower, late versus upper, and Ma for Myr is epidemic
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