The Mallee Bull prospect is interpreted to be positioned in a favourable geological and structural position, sited on the "nose" of an anticline - a suitable high-stress environment, and occurring in a geological unit interpreted to be age equivalent of the Chesney and Great Cobar Slate Formations found in the immediate Cobar region.
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AE stands for Age Equivalent
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The Oredezh Beds have again been recognized in the eastern part the Main Devonian Field as an age equivalent of the Gauja RS of the Baltic area (Ivanov et al.
But they only did so until the mouse reached the age equivalent of a human toddler, not throughout adulthood.
Screensavers of celebrities are the virtual age equivalent of a pin-up poster, and many consumers like to demonstrate their affinity for a band or musician through their computer screensaver or wallpaper.
The two-dozen reservation inhabitants have been offered the atomic age equivalent of the smallpox blanket.
The nature of the boundary between the Eastport and Hersey formations is gradational, and there are places where the two formations have been identified as age equivalents (Gates 1975).
This is the digital age equivalent to the slow build of the traditional sitcom which the whole family would watch, before multiple channels and bedroom TV sets fragmented the audience.
If you are given an age equivalent score, it means your child is functioning like a typical child of that age.