aragonitic

aragonitic

(ˌærəɡəˈnɪtɪk) or

arragonitic

adj
relating to aragonite
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It is widely believed that the most primitive molluscan shells were entirely aragonitic (Taylor, 1973; Vendrasco et al.
2007): Aragonitic rostra of the Turonian belemnitid Goniocamax: arguments from diagenesis.
Mg in aragonitic bivalve shells: seasonal variations and mode of incorporation in Arctica islandica.
Patterson WP, Smith GR, Lohmann KC (1993) Continental paleothermometry and seasonality using the isotopic composition of aragonitic otoliths of freshwater fishes.
The presence of abundant secondary porosity due to possible subsurface dissolution potential of predominantly aragonitic and high magnesium calcite skeletal constituents and tectonic deformation (indeed fracture porosity) of Galiat area the Lockhart Limestone can serve as a good reservoir for hydrocarbons.
Generally the original aragonitic composition of these algae, result in their poor preservation.
In order to determine the type of mineralogy and diagenetic systems of Tarbur Formation carbonates, major (Mg and Ca) and minor (Fe, Mn, Sr and Na)elements measured in this carbonates, and with against plotted of them, were compared whit other different researchers limits that was presented to determination of Aragonitic and Calcitic mineralogy.
Controls on the stable isotope composition of seasonal growth bands in aragonitic fresh-water bivalves (unionoidae).
Miocene to Pliocene seasonality of the Glenns Ferry Formation and the older Chalk Hills Formation was estimated previously by a combination of the fish faunas and stable oxygen isotopic analyses of growth rings in an aragonitic otolith of a sunfish (Smith and Patterson, 1994).
Fish otoliths, the aragonitic "ear stones" of the acousticolateralis sensory system, are often preserved in sediments where no other parts of the animal survive.