Sadler Effect Definition

noun

The appearance of lower sedimentation rates in stratigraphic sections covering greater amounts of time, as a result of the relative rarity of geologic events that remove large amounts of sediment.

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Origin of Sadler Effect

  • Named after American geologist Peter Sadler.

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