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CHRTCanadian Human Rights Tribunal
CHRTChert (lithological term)
CHRTCombined Hormone Replacement Therapy
CHRTConsolidated Human Resource Technology
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Chert artefacts found between 10 and 20 cm below the level of these dates in both squares indicate perhaps deposition of artefacts before 35,570 in FYV/2 and 14,310 in FYV/1.
These extra functional demands necessitated increased use of high-quality raw materials such as chert and quartz.
Chisels and punches were also made from chert nodules obtained from the Luxor region.
Early Palaeolithic examples for stone procurement are known from Africa and southern Asia, such as the MNK chert factory site at Olduvai Gorge (Stiles 1998; Stiles et al.
While lithics form a unique resource for studying prehistory, among the Wola chert is only one among 255 types of raw material.
Both holes encountered chert and siltstones with minor limestone interbeds which are interpreted to be part of the upper-plate.
Even chert and flint used at some sites can be located easily on the nearby river beds, with small dimensions and uneven texture.
This gold project covers a folded (tilted syncline towards the south; north dipping) volcanic sequence composed of calc-alkaline sinter to lapillis-blocks felsic-intermediate tuffs (WABAMISK Formation), banded iron-formation (BIF)/ chert, intermediate and tholeiitic mafics.
The chert hoes were chipped, sometimes quite badly, when they hit rocks.
11:00 AN ANALYSIS OF CHERT DEBITAGE AT THE CHARLES HOLLAND SITE IN PAULDING COUNTY, GEORGIA **, R.
Ore is very soft and weathered and has geological characteristics (approximately 20% contained chert (SiO2) nodules) very similar to Florida deposits suggesting phosphate grade could be substantially upgraded by removing chert nodules by a mechanical ore beneficiation process.
Stratigraphy on the Rogue F property consists of shale and chert lithologies of the Road River Group and lesser clastic/carbonate lithologies of the Hyland Group.