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конседиментационно

English translation: developed contemporaneously

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08:11 Feb 22, 2005
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Petroleum Eng/Sci
Russian term or phrase: конседиментационно
В течение мела, палеогена, миоцена большинство из них развивалось конседиментационно, что подтверждается в изменении мощности отложений разделяемых разломами блоково– пликативных структур.
balticvip
Local time: 14:31
English translation:developed contemporaneously
Explanation:
in geology, contemporaneous implies taking place in sediments during or immediately following their deposition.
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developed contemporaneously


Explanation:
in geology, contemporaneous implies taking place in sediments during or immediately following their deposition.

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