diagenetically


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diagenetically

(ˌdaɪədʒəˈnɛtɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a diagenetic way
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1), most likely diagenetically replacing the primary limestone interlayers.
socialis from Piolenc were so well preserved that even the diagenetically unstable aragonitic shell layers were also present.
At this stage Eu concentration in the OM is not high and probably are inherited from the diagenetically transformed OM of the Bazhenov Suite sediments.
Uranium and neodymium concentrations are uniformly low among our samples, which is expected in enamel and bone that has not been diagenetically altered.
1991); and microspherules considered to be diagenetically altered microkrystites (Smit & Klaver, 1981; Martinez-Ruiz, 1994; Martinez-Ruiz et al.
Investigation of these Mg-rich clay minerals belongs to a great research region of post-depositional processes marked by diagenetically formed phyllosilicates such as: numerous and different random interstratifications, regular interstratifications (especially corrensite and rectorite), newly ordered chlorites and illites, well ordered kaolinite and dickite.
The stratovolcanic sequence is well shown in the northern side of the edifice, where non-welded, diagenetically indurated pyroclastic flow deposits contain abundant andesitic lithics.
The isotopic signatures of the carbonate from sample K191121 are typical of diagenetically formed carbonates and therefore concord with the mode of occurrence of the sampled carbonate, interpreted above as diagenetic.