azimuthal distribution The spread of directional data measured from features such as cross-beds (see CROSS-STRATIFICATION), ripples, and oriented fossils, used to determine the direction of current flow. Azimuthal distributions may be displayed on a rose diagram, or treated statistically to give vector mean and variance data.
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