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August 5, 2020 7:32 pmpts 30 pts
. To understand the difference between these two scales, consider and hourglass. Sand falling through the neck of the hourglass is deposited in the lower reservoir over a certain time interval (1 hour). A chronostratigraphic unit is equivalent to the sand deposit while the associated geochronologic unit is equivalent to the amount of time over which the sand deposit accumulated (1 hour).
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  • Sajan sarthak sahoo Best Answer
    chronostratigraphic unit is the bedding related to a particular time. geochornologic unit is the time it self.
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    Gurmeet singh
    sir, but chrono means toh time hota hai na...yeh ulta ni hogya...and geo means earth.
  • Rahul pandey thankyou
    Chronostratigraphic units are rock mass deposited in a particular time interval whereas geochronological units are just time. There is no relevance of geochronological units with r...
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    Gurmeet singh
    sir are these both relevant to each other or independent.