argillaceous


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Synonyms for argillaceous

resembling or containing clay

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The Kriukai Formation consists of a 13-32 m thick succession of reddish-brown argillaceous carbonates which were deposited in outer ramp settings (Ulst et al.
The sandstone lithology in the studied area included argillaceous silt-stone, dolomitic lithic sandstone and dolomitic siltstone.
More often than not, only partly reducing conditions are obtained even over several weeks of flow-through time, but never as low as might be expected from the sulphate/sulphide/pyrite/Fe-carbonate (or silicate) buffer imposed by most argillaceous rocks.
[4] ISRM, "Comments and recommendations on design analysis procedures for structures in argillaceous swelling," International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences & Geomechanics Abstracts, vol.
Specimens were derived from the unweathered and nonvibratory argillaceous sandstone collected from coal mines.
Physical experiments were conducted for a quantitative analysis of the spatiotemporal relationship of the AE events as cracks were generated in argillaceous sandstones under different confining pressures.
It is argillaceous stone and is special kind of clay which is rich in iron.
The bluff is calcareous rock, and a sandy and argillaceous marl, with comparatively pure limestone.
It is formed of a combination of marl and Pliocene sands (Pannonian) that covers argillaceous marl and Sarmatic sands containing sandstone, micro-conglomerates and volcanic tufa, which can be rarely seen on the slopes.
In recent years, argillaceous material has spurred considerable interest in the sealing industry (Sealing Technology 1998, 2003, 1997).
Argillaceous rocks in the production of silica brick.
The Petit Anse-Groz Nez section shows conglomerate units typically from 10 to 200 m thick, interbedded with sandstone units, commonly argillaceous, with grit interbeds from 0.01 m to over a metre thick.
In the upper reach, exposed Cretaceous argillaceous arkose sandstones are widespread, and the channel is characterized by gullies and rills caused by severe water erosion (Figure 2(C)).
Lithologically, the allochthonous unit is composed of different lithofacies comprising sandstone, siltstone, greensand, siliceous mudstone, argillaceous micritic limestone and rare coal measures along with dispersed organic matter.
The Agbaja Formation succeeds the brackish to marginal shallow marine argillaceous sequence with sandstone, siltstone, and carbonaceous mudstone with organic debris of the Patti Formation.