rock flour(redirected from Glacial flour)
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Finely ground rock particles produced by glacial abrasion.
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(Geological Science) very finely powdered rock, produced when rocks are ground together (as along the faces of a moving fault or during the motion of glaciers) and are thus chemically unweathered
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