By ernesto e tabio
Arqueologia,agricultura aborigen antillana,por Ernesto e tabio,habana editorial de ciencias sociales,1989,primera edicion,caratulas originales,buen estado.monografia etnohistorica en los angeles cual se estudian los distintos sistemas de cultivo,mas evolucionados de los angeles denominada agricultura tropical.
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G. tell or other types of mound), a lithostratigraphic unit can take the form of a centimeter-thick band of red clay underlying a plastered floor from a Bronze Age house. 3 for a discussion of facies). Biostratigraphic units are delineated on the basis of the fossils that they contain, including their appearance, disappearance, or relative abundance. The fossils can be either plants or animals, marine or terrestrial. For example, the Tertiary Period was subdivided by Lyell on the basis of the abundance of fossil molluscan species that are living today.
E. terrestrial) environments, we can see coarse gravel deposits accumulate within a river channel, which grade laterally into silt and clay deposits of the floodplain (see Chapter 5). These laterally equivalent lithological bodies that accumulate at the same time are called facies, and the term permits us to visualize how sediments/rocks of different compositions can be of the same age. Over decades, the term facies has been used in a variety of ways (Boggs, 2001). The most appropriate use is descriptive and includes terms such as “sandy” facies, and “clayey organic” facies.
In geology, the idea of correlation, like facies, is used in different ways (Boggs, 2001). Two are most prevalent. One approach refers to a demonstration of equivalence of time, such that two bodies of rock were formed at the same time. The alluvial facies example discussed above (channel gravels versus floodplain silts; up fan–down fan changes), illustrates this concept. Another viewpoint is more encompassing: equivalence is not strictly based on time equivalence, but on lithologic, palaeontologic, and chronologic grounds.