Geological correlation

progress report of the International Geological Correlation Programme (IGCP).
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Quickview. This Is Chance!. Stratigraphic Correlation. Stratigraphic correlation is the process of establishing which sedimentary strata are the same age at distant geographical areas by means of their stratigraphic relationship.

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Geologic time is vast, providing plenty of time for the evolution of various lifeforms, and some of these have become preserved as fossils that can be used for biostratigraphic correlation. The geologic time scale is continuous, although the rock record may be broken because rocks representing certain time periods may be missing.This book is the second edition of NASASP, first printed in It has been updated to take into account planetary missions that have flown throughout the solar system since the first edition.

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Although correlation of strata over modest distances often can be accomplished by tracing particular beds from place to place, correlation over long distances and over the oceans almost invariably involves comparison of fossils.