arkosic


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arkosic

(ɑːˈkəʊsɪk; ɑːˈkəʊzɪk)
adj
related to arkose
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The Precambrian igneous and metamorphic rocks are unconformably overlain by the Lower-Middle Jurassic fluvial arkosic sandstones (Kohlan Formation), the Cretaceous continental sandstones (Tawilah Group) and the Upper Paleocene-Lower Eocene limestones (Umm Er Radhuma Formation) (As-Saruri et al., 2010; Al-Wosabi and Wasel, 2011).
The Kasangulu site is an exposure in the upper part of a quarry (Societe Generale Industrielle, SGI) where arkosic sandstone of the Inkisi Subgroup (Paleozoic) is extracted.
On the Snider Mountain Road the formation is composed of white to grey orthoquartzite and intraformational quartzite-pebble-rich conglomerate that appears to be concordantly underlain by pink feldspathic sandstone and pink to reddish arkosic pebble conglomerate of the Grant Brook Formation.
Wilson, "Stress-dependent transport properties of fractured arkosic sandstone," Geofluids, vol.
Haimson, "Borehole breakouts induced in Arkosic sandstones and a discrete element analysis," Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, vol.
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.
The aggregate used in the preparation of geopolymers corresponds to a very coarse-grained (1.19 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.