[ ahy-suh-pak ]
/ ˈaɪ səˌpæk /
a line drawn on a map connecting all points of equal thickness of a particular geologic formation.
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Origin of isopach
1915–20; iso- + -pach<Greek páchos thickness
Words nearby isopach
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British Dictionary definitions for isopach
/ (ˈaɪsəʊˌpæk) /
geology a line on a map connecting points below which a particular rock stratum has the same thickness
Word Origin for isopach
C20: from iso- + Greek pakhus thick, pakhutēs thickness
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