argillaceous rock


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a sedimentary rock formed from clay deposits

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The Lontova Formation is represented by greenish-grey and variegated argillaceous rocks with interbeds of coarse- to fine-grained sandstone in the lowermost and fine-grained sandstones in the uppermost part (Mens & Pirrus 1997b).
LC deposits consist of alternating sandy, aleurolite, carbonaceous and argillaceous rocks.
In this regard, it is of interest autoclave technology for producing silicate materials based on non-traditional construction industry argillaceous rocks, the specifics of which is unfinished processes of clay formation [17,18].
Argillaceous rocks should be thoroughly mixed with lime.
Task 2A Tests of retention samples of argillaceous rocks
Step 2 Testing of retention of radium on different samples of argillaceous rocks
1]tl), represented by alternating siliciclastic and argillaceous rocks.
Garnet, titanite, amphiboles, pyroxenes, and possibly also corundum have partially dissolved in poorly cemented sand- and siltstones, which alternate with layers of carbonate and argillaceous rocks.
There, LC deposits consist of alternating sandy, aleurolite, carbonaceous and argillaceous rocks.
The boundary between these belts is one of the most significant facies boundaries, separating prevailingly carbonate rocks of the shelf area from the more argillaceous rocks of the deeper basin (e.
Only scanty published data are available on the upper part of the Ikla and Staicele cores which contain argillaceous rocks of the upper Llandovery (Velise Formation) and the lower-middle Wenlock (Jaani and Jaagarahu regional stages).
The Riksu core section plays a rather important role in the correlation of shallow-water carbonate and deeper-water argillaceous rocks of Wenlock to Ludlow age.
Lateral facies transition from argillaceous carbonate sediments of the North Estonian Confacies Belt to relatively more argillaceous rocks in the Livonian Tongue area in early Keila time was continuous (Fig.