Definition of stratigrapher in English:

stratigrapher

noun

See stratigraphy

  • ‘He taught and supervised the work of an entire generation of Chinese stratigraphers and palaeontologists.’
  • ‘For seismic stratigraphers, the combined high-resolution images and associated sampling control offer crucial information about the history of sea level changes over the last 50,000 years.’
  • ‘Those key ingredients were reinforced and nurtured by an impressive array of paleontologists, stratigraphers, and others first in high school, and then in college.’
  • ‘The students of these obscure phosphatic scraps were thus much in demand as petroleum stratigraphers.’
  • ‘The stratigrapher is expected to recognize patterns, similarities and difference between scales from different locations, matrices, portions of the fish's body, and states of preservation.’