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By E. W. Peikert (auth.), Daniel F. Merriam (eds.)

It has been obvious for a number of years precis of the place we got here from, the place we're, and the place we're going with computer-oriented learn was once not just desir­ capable yet precious. the appliance of desktops through earth scientists is quite a few and the tools have proved of val­ ue in challenge fixing in addition to info processing. Many equipment unknown or unavailable quite a few years in the past now are used frequently. An total appraisal of the equipment at present is deemed greater than acceptable. Preface to this system used to be acknowledged as desktop purposes within the earth sciences is the topic of this foreign Symposium hung on campus on the college of Kansas at Lawrence on sixteen, 17, and 18 June 1969. The symposium, the 6th in a chain, is backed by means of the Kansas Geological Survey, foreign As­ sociation for Mathematical Geology, and collage Extension. Papers by means of major specialists of their box pressure the "status-of-the-art." audio system will talk about using pcs within the earth sciences, earlier, current, and destiny. The assembly is deliberate for these no longer accustomed to the super advert­ vancements made in quantitative equipment in recent times and people who have an interest in destiny pos­ sibilities.

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46 MILTON B. DOBRIN Figure 3. - Record section on which ringing from reverberation in water layer conceals useful reflection section information . TIME SHIFTING AND COMPOSITING One of the most effective methods for field recording to suppress noise is the common depth-point technique. The approach would not be possible without analog or digital computers to make time corrections and to composite signals. Figure 4 illustrates the field arrangement for this type of shooting. Charges are fired from six different shot holes.

Factorial Values of Lithologic Units, Sedimentation, and Condition of Deposition. Derived Analytic Dimensioning Functions. Equivalence and Similarity Gradient Function Values. Analytical Topologic Functions of Relative Dominance and Environmental Gradient. Paleogeographic Facies. Figure 8. - Network of stratigraphic analyses, stages XVIII to XXV. 36 l. I. BRIGGS AND D. Z. BRIGGS TOPOLOGIC-GEOLOGIC DEFIlJITION XVII EQUIVALENCE XXIII FUNCTIONS xxv XXIV 37 STRATIGRAPHIC ANALYSIS analyzed in relation to relative density, relative dominance and environmental gradient produce the environmental and paleogeographic facies components (Fig.

The stratigraphic system of analysis thus begins with definition of the stratigraphic characteristic components, their properties and dimensions. These are fundamental measurements of explanatory functions. The components, properties and dimensions can be general and specific. In stratigraphic analysis, general characteristics define the mean or most probable state, and specific characteristics define the variance or dispersion from the mean state. For example, quartz grains in a limestone are specific characteristic components; this is substantiated by the fact that quartz grains are not included in classifications of carbonate rocks.

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