graptolitic


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graptolitic

(ˌɡræptəˈlɪtɪk)
adj
(Palaeontology) relating to, or containing, graptolites
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von Helmersen started his field studies of the 1838 summer in Keila-Joa and classified the "burning stone" discovered there as graptolitic argillite which had no industrial value [12].
In Tammekann's opinion, graptolitic argillite is as soft as glauconitic sand; however, to our mind, this is not correct.
Mafic volcanic rocks, minor tuff, chert, and graptolitic slate of the Balmoral Group are also present (Wilson 2000b, c).
The Dalmanitina Member, a limestone bed between the graptolitic shales, may correspond to the second major glacial episode of the Hirnantian glaciations, the mid-Hirnantian glacial episode, equivalent to the stratigraphic position of the Kuanyinchiao Bed in South China in the stratotype section of the Hirnantian Stage.
The distribution of microelements in Tremadoc graptolitic argillite of Estonia.
Late Early Silurian (Wenlockian) general circulation model--generated upwelling, graptolitic black shales, and organic-rich source rocks--An accident of plate tectonics?
The studied section starts in laminated siliceous graptolitic shales of the Oktavites spiralis graptolite Biozone (Horny 1955).
On the geochemistry of postsedimentary mineral formation in the Tremadoc graptolitic argillites of North Estonia.
In the Ventspils borehole section, a 1 m interlayer of nodular limestone of open shelf origin occurs at this level between basinal graptolitic argillite and clayey marlstone of the slope facies (Gailite et al.
These samples come from sandstones that have rather low TOC values (less than 1%) and much higher porosities than the surrounding graptolitic shales, which could make the alternation of carbon isotopic composition of primary organic matter easier.
To illustrate the matter, Table 1 provides fairly full borehole data for a typical Ronneburg, Thuringian graptolitic shale [12] and for the Sillamae [16] and Toolse [17] uraniferous argillite.