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red beds

pl n
(Geological Science) sequences of red sedimentary rocks, usually sandstones or shales, coloured by the oxidization of the iron in them
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And there was another consoling thing: the guide-book said that up there on the summit the guests did not wait to dress much, but seized a red bed blanket and sailed out arrayed like an Indian.
Its occurrence in red beds of the Grande Anse section on Cape Maringouin, New Brunswick, was cited as evidence of a late Langsettian age for these strata (Dolby 1999).
Among Southwest China, most red beds belong to soft rocks' category because its physical and mechanical properties are very poor relatively [1,2,4].
Mafic volcanic rocks and red beds assigned to the Browns Flat Formation are exposed on the shore and on adjacent hills west of the Long Reach in the Browns Flat and Greenwich Hill areas.
The first style is hosted by the Sarayaquillo Formation: Mineralization is associated with reduced facies within red beds, where in-house petrographic studies indicating that copper sulphides replace both pyrite and organic material.
Among the sites are Chippokes Plantation State Part: home of Virginia's state fossil, Triassic basins of the piedmont: Danville Red Beds, Humpback Rocks: greenstone of the Catoctin Flood Basalts, Sinking Creek Mountain: massive dip-slope landslide, and Radford University Museum of the Earth Sciences: exhilarating exhibits about life on Earth.
Aluminous rocks may be associated with red beds of Vitakri, Domanda and Drazinda formations and Vihowa group.
Yang, "Characteristic analysis of wear of cutters and excavation parameters of shield tunneling machine in red beds in Guangzhou," China Harbour Engineering, vol.
In the surrounding areas of Madeng hot spring, red beds consisting of Jurassic, Cretaceous, and Paleogene sedimentary deposits occur [27].
An exceptional occurrence of the trace fossil Cruziana on a bedding surface from a core of the Bloomsburg Red Beds (Silurian), Northwestern New Jersey.
Voigt and his colleagues studied the burrows, located in red beds of the Argana Basin in central Morocco.
Red beds along the Lepreau River have been included in the Lepreau Formation by some workers and have yielded vertebrate trackways that Sarjeant and Stringer (1978) assigned to the ichnogenus Isocampe.