arkosic


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arkosic

(ɑːˈkəʊsɪk; ɑːˈkəʊzɪk)
adj
related to arkose
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It occupies the core of the Abakaliki anticlinorium and consists of about 3,000m thick basal arkosic sandstones (Awi and Mamfe Formations of Aptian--Albian age) and middle marine shales sandstones (Awe Formation of Early Cenomanian to Early Turonian age).
The Campbellton Formation was defined as largely fluvial in origin, composed of grey volcanic pebble and boulder conglomerate, grey to reddish arkosic sandstone, and dark grey mudstone with local thin coal beds (Williams et al.
Crossplots such as RHOB/NPHI, GR-RHOB and GR-NPHI and Th-K are used for lithological identification in the studied wells indicating arkosic and micacaeous sandstone as dominant lithology with shale.
These are local quartz arenites that are within the subarkosic to arkosic Upper Cambrian Hickory Sandstone Member of the Riley Formation in the Llano uplift region (Kyle and McBride, 2014) (Figure 4).
2003) classified the Siwalik sandstones of Central Nepal into sublitharenite, subarkose, lithic arenite, arkosic arenite and feldspathic greywacke.
19 mm) arkosic sand size, which presents particles predominantly non-spherical sub-angular to sub-rounded, and is composed of quartz, feldspar and lithic fragments.
Composition: arkosic sand (feldspar, quartz and clay)
A petrological description of tinaja and olive jar sherds from Moquegua, Peru is similar to the Red Earthenware results, both being plagioclase abundant and quartz poor, but differing in the presence of arkosic sandstone amongst other grains (Rice pers.
Warcha Sandstone###Red and light sandstone and girt, in pads arkosic, clay intetbreects.
Fine-medium arkosic sand surrounding the concretions represents the fill of a south-flowing river channel that eventually smothered the growing forest, uprooting and toppling smaller trees that grew in the area (Fig.
Summary: A laboratory simulation study was carried out to check the possibility of alkaline in-situ leaching of uranium from an arkosic type of sandstone recovered from a specific location at a depth of 300-500 m.
The member was composed predominantly of coarse-grained, light-colored, cross-bedded arkosic sandstone and minor boulder beds.