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In the transitional zone and within the Livonian Tongue the uppermost part of the Keila Stage and the Oandu Stage are represented by predominantly siliciclastic rocks (50--90% of the rock is noncarbonate).
Simulation for Transitional Zone. For the transitional zone, Conf6 (WSM6, GD, and ACM2) performed the best with the lowest RMSE and one of the best standard deviations for both wet and dry years.
This finding may represent transitional zone extension to the proximal surgical margin.
Subsequent T2-weighted fast spin-echo MR images were obtained in the axial, sagittal and coronal planes of the prostate and seminal vesicles for identifying the prostate zonal anatomy, three-dimensional (3D) diameter of the transitional zone and pathology.
The majority of the tumors were in the peripheral zone (52, 75%), and the other 17 tumors were in the transitional zone.
They may arise anywhere distal to the transitional zone in the cisternal segment, where the centrally myelinated portion of the nerve (oligodendrocytes) transitions to the peripherally myelinated portion of the nerve (Schwann cells) (9).
Some transitional zone between full membership and going it alone is unavoidable.
However, less research is focused on a climatic transitional zone, which could be influenced by global warming easily.
As for medium R in a transitional zone (0.1 < R < 1000), Lapple and Shepherd [20] stated that [C.sub.D] decreases with increasing R:
Robert Kaplan holds the idea that the South Asian Sub-Continent arises from the river of Hub to the delta of Indus River, with the Makran Coast as a transitional zone. The border between Pakistan and Afghanistan has been obscure and the tribal areas in the northeast are intermediate zone between Central Asia and South Asia.
Twyfelfontein (officially known as |Ui-||Ais) in the Kunene region of the Republic of Namibia (situated along the south Atlantic coast of Africa between 17 and 29 degrees south of the Equator) is the nation's first UNESCO World Heritage Site (established June 2007) situated in a transitional zone between the Namib Desert (the oldest desert in the world) and the semi-desert area in the Kunene region, home to a wide variety of rock arts which date back between 2000 and 3000 years ago.