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Computer applications in stratigraphic analysis

John Warvelle Harbaugh

Computer applications in stratigraphic analysis

by John Warvelle Harbaugh

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Data processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 261-278.

    Statement[by] John W. Harbaugh [and] Daniel F. Merriam.
    ContributionsMerriam, Daniel Francis, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE652 .H3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 282 p.
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5551468M
    LC Control Number67030913

      The Application of Ichnology to Palaeoenvironmental And Stratigraphic Analysis (Geological Society Special Publication) (No. ) illustrated edition by Geological Society (Author) ISBN Preface to the program was stated as Computer applications in the earth sciences is the subject of this International Symposium held on campus at The University of Kansas at Lawrence on 16, 17, and 18 June Stratigraphic Analysis. Pages Book Title Computer Applications .

    Review paper (10, words): Critically describing the state-of-the art of applications of computer science in the geosciences, as a stand-alone contribution or to frame a special issue. Criteria for assessment shall be: completeness, depth, novelty, timeliness, quality, and interest to . Chapter 6, on sequence stratigraphy, presents an update of this technique, which revolutionized stratigraphic analysis in the s. The basics are reviewed and the possibility of its real application to different sedimentary environments is critically evaluated.

    The book is comprehensive in its coverage of the major areas of computer applications and will be of interest to geographers dealing with statistics, digital cartography, remote sensing, geographical information systems and simulation models. Daniel Francis Merriam (February 2 – April 26 ) was an American geologist best known for fostering the development of quantitative modeling in geology after the advent of digital first joined the Kansas Geological Survey in , initially working under the direction Raymond C. Moore to have a more accurate knowledge about the geology of the state.


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McIlroy: Publisher: Geological Society of London, ISBN. Much has been written and debated about the various methodologies applied to modern stratigraphic analysis and the ever increasing complexity of terminologies. However, there exist numerous stratigraphic techniques that are reliant upon precise, quantitative, reproducible data, rather than qualitative interpretive stratigraphic methodologies.

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Kemkin. Part of book: Stratigraphic Analysis of Layered Deposits. The excavation and analysis of archaeological sites is based on stratigraphic principles that provide a consistent framework for identifying, recording, sequencing and interpreting what is found.

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