marlstone


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metamorphic rock with approximately the same composition as marl

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Malatya: Akcadag district, Levent Canyon, on marlstone cliffs, 38 23 31.03 N, 37 54 36.26 E, 1390 m, 16 June 2014, H.
Loess overlies different types of Cenomanian sandstones (Korycany and Peruc members) and also Turonian sandy marlstone (Bila hora Formation; Vejlupek, 1988).
Clos du Bois' Marlstone Meritage is made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Cabernet Franc grapes from Alexander Valley.
The formation contains five members containing limestone interstratified with marlstone and deposited during three sedimentary cycles.
Pure dolostone, dolomitic marlstone, siliciclastic sediments, and mixed carbonate-siliciclastic rocks are represented in southern and southeastern Estonia (lueesment & Shogenova 2005).
Clos du Bois "Marlstone" 2002 (Alexander Valley, CA; $50).
The geologic underground rock formation in the area is oil shale and marlstone. The dominant matrix minerals in oil shale and marlstone include silicates.
His top red wines include Rodney Strong 1996 and Clos du Val 1995 Cabernet Sauvignons for $65, Clos du Boius Marlstone Meritage at $85 and Far Niente Estate Bottled Cabernet Sauvignon at $140.
Strata adjacent to the trona seams include marlstone, shales and oil shales.
The former hurler of the year, through his company Marlstone Investments, has denied breaching Revenue legislation by having 16.1 litres of spirits for sale at his pub in Thurles, Co Tipperary, without having paid the appropriate rate of tax.
The Bowden Formation was laid down in a deepwater environment below storm wave base; its commonest lithofacies is so-called marlstone; that is, thick-bedded, pale-coloured mudrock (Pickerill et al.
The occurrence of a mixed (823 + 818) bentonite in the Ohesaare section at 370.77 m, which in other sections is found in the Rumba--Velise transition interval, indicates the presence of a condensed marlstone section in Ohesaare (370.9-372.6 m) corresponding to the Rumba Formation in shallow-water sections.
Shale oil (or oil shale) is actually a misnomer: the rock is not shale but organic marlstone, and it contains no oil, but rather a solid organic material called kerogen.
Opik (1934) described an interval of claystone and marlstone from eastern North Estonia and called it the Oandu Beds.
The Upper Permian Longtan Formation is composed of platform carbonates with alternating marine and terrestrial coal bearing mudstone and marlstone (Figure 1(c)).