Biostratinomy

Biostratinomy is the study of the processes that take place after an organism dies but before its final burial. It is considered to be a subsection of the science of taphonomy, along with necrology (the study of the death of an organism) and diagenesis (the changes that take place after final burial). These processes are largely destructive, and i...
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biostratinomy

biostratinomy The study of the relationship between fossils and their environments.
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Biostratinomy

study of the processes that take place after an organism dies but before its final burial.
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biostratinomy

The study of what happens between the death of an organism and burial. Part of taphonomy.
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biostratinomy

The study of what happens between the death of an organism and burial. Part of taphonomy.
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biostratinomy

The study of what happens between the death of an organism and burial. Part of taphonomy.
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