Of or pertaining to the arrangement of stratigraphy or strata(adjective)
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Use "stratigraphic" in a sentence
"The problem is that we only have direct measurement data from the late 19th century forward; prior to that, the data is inferential, deduced from ice cores, tree rings, sedimentation, and other techniques, which are largely stratigraphic, and which do not render precise thermography data."
"There are scientists actively trying to persuade their peers that this isn't just an esoteric notion, the stuff of environmental conferences, but a stratigraphic fact, a real geological divider every bit as real as the Permian-Triassic boundary or anything else in the record."
"There are scientists actively trying to persuade their peers that the Anthropocene is a stratigraphic fact, as real as the Permian-Triassic boundary."