mudrock


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mudrock

(ˈmʌdˌrɒk)
n
a variant form of mudstone
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The rocks include grey to black organic-rich shale, mudrock, oil shale, siltstone, and sandstone with thin carbonate and rare evaporite.
The onset of grey mudrock and sandstone in the Joggins Formation provides a secondary criterion in mapping incompletely exposed sections.
Tevissen, "Cesium sorption and diffusion in Bure mudrock samples," Applied Clay Science, vol.
Subsequent deposits are 20 m of basalt with a weathered top surface overlain by red and green mudrock which incorporates balls of weathered alveolar basalt (Fig.
Middle Ordovician sandstone and mudrock of the Mictaw Group were first deformed by the Middle Ordovician Taconian Orogeny, which for most authors includes the Late Cambrian to Early Ordovician Gaspesian deformation as an early phase (Rodgers 1967; St-Julien and Hubert 1975; de Broucker 1987).
The upper part of the Port Hood Formation is represented by coal measures comprising grey mudrock interbedded with sandstone, with minor red siltstone and shale.
demonstrated that the successful use of the NMR to obtain pore size distribution of mudrock and fine-grained sandstone samples [37].
Pore water chemistry of a Paleogene continental mudrock in Spain and a Jurassic marine mudrock in Switzerland: Sampling methods and geochemical interpretation
The Middle Cambrian includes the Shayilike and Arwatage formations; they are characterized by variable stromatolites and reddish dolomitic mudrock (or argillaceous dolomite) intercalated with subordinate evaporites.
Spectrum of pore types and networks in mudrocks and a descriptive classification for matrix-related mudrock pores.
'The mineralogical associations we identified mean that for a given Cambrian sedimentary mudrock we can predict with around 80% accuracy whether it is likely to contain Burgess Shale-type fossils,' explains Anderson.