Definition of Isopachs

1. isopach [n] - See also: isopach



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isopachs

isonitrosoacetone
isonomia
isonomic
isonomies
isonomy
isonormocytosis
isonuclear
isonym
isonyms
isooctane
isooctanes
isooctanol
isooptoacoustic
isoosmotic
isopach
isopachs (current term)
isopanose
isopanoses
isoparaffin
isoparaffins
isoparametric
isopathy
isopenicillin N epimerase
isopenicillin N synthetase
isopentane
isopentanes
isopentenyl
isopentenyladenosine
isopentenylpyrophosphate
isopentyl

Literary usage of Isopachs

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1. Geological Disasters in the Philippines: July ‘90 Earthquake & June ‘91 by Giovanni Rantucci (1995)
"Pyroclastic flow deposits radiate from the crater along major incisions, while isopachs of airfall ash indicate the thickness of the deposited material. ..."

2. Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Proceedings of the First International edited by T. J. Casadevall (1995)
"3) show the contours of thickness (isopachs) for the two beds and fee variations in length of fee five largest pumice fragments found in each bed ..."

3. The Mining Engineer (1898)
"The author has accordingly studied the forma of these cones of sedimentation, and constructs curves which he calls "isopachs,'' connecting all those ..."

4. Geological Disasters in the Philippines: July ‘90 Earthquake & June ‘91 by Giovanni Rantucci (1995)
"Pyroclastic flow deposits radiate from the crater along major incisions, while isopachs of airfall ash indicate the thickness of the deposited material. ..."

5. Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Proceedings of the First International edited by T. J. Casadevall (1995)
"3) show the contours of thickness (isopachs) for the two beds and fee variations in length of fee five largest pumice fragments found in each bed ..."

6. The Mining Engineer (1898)
"The author has accordingly studied the forma of these cones of sedimentation, and constructs curves which he calls "isopachs,'' connecting all those ..."

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