CHRT

(redirected from chert)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to chert: Dolostone, micrite
AcronymDefinition
CHRTCanadian Human Rights Tribunal
CHRTChert (lithological term)
CHRTCombined Hormone Replacement Therapy
CHRTConsolidated Human Resource Technology
References in periodicals archive ?
Changes in the abundance and use of fossiliferous chert during the LGM were thus not accepted as being associated with or as an indication of responses to vegetational change.
The New Harmony Group generally includes, in ascending order, the Grassy Knob Chert, Backbone Limestone, and Clear Creek Chert (Fig.
Petrofacies (P2): caracterizada por la abundancia de plagioclasa y liticos metamorficos (filitas micaceas y grafitosas) en un 16,2%; presencia de cuarzo policristalino foliado, chert, liticos volcanicos, feldespato potasico, micas e intraclastos calcareos y ausencia de intraclastos siliciclasticos y glauconita.
Artefact OLH-TP1-10-001 is a chert flake approximately 18 mm maximum length, 9 mm maximum width and was recovered from spit 10 (~50 cm from the surface) in Test Pit 1 (TP1) (Fig.
The remaining assemblage consists of scrapers and flakes of red and white quartzites and some Ramah chert.
Caption: Billions of years ago, localized hydrothermal activity, not globally warm oceans, heated and altered this South African chert (rocks in the foreground) that formed on the seafloor.
7d) is on a cortical spall of dark gray chert, exhibiting patches of stream-rolled cobble cortex and steep use wear on both margins, terminating in step fractures along natural fracture planes in the dorsal cortex.
Belqa Group was firstly named by Quennell (1951) and was divided into five formations of predominantly limestones and chalks showing partly high amounts of chert and phosphate; Wadi Umm Ghudran Formation which is considered as an aquitard, it is composed of white chalk, chert, and microcrystalline limestone concretions with phosphatic chert, with an average thickness of about 20 m (Mc Donalds, 1965).
Los conglomerados estan constituidos por guijarros de tamanos entre 2 y 5 cm, subangulosos a subredondeados de baja esfericidad de chert negro (entre 60 a 100%), sublitoarenitas (20%), vulcanitas (10%), y en menor cantidad clastos de lodolitas.
Chert was most recently head of international sales at Huayi Brothers Media Corp.
Patent 8,232,348 (July 31, 2012), "Masterbatch and Polymer Composition," Chert Changping (Biograde (Hong Kong) Pty Ltd.
The work begins with three essays on comparative studies in Mayan stone tool use and follows with a selection of research on the usage of specific stone types including chert, obsidian, and jade.