sapropelite


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sapropelite

(ˌsæprəˈpɛlaɪt)
n
(Geological Science) a foul-smelling mud
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On marine sapropelite of Silurian age formed by a blue green alga // Bulletin De L'Academie Des Sciences De Russie, VI Serie.
[1] Hence, similar processes can also be assumed for the sapropelites in the Bazhenov Suite of West Siberian Plate.
The graphical-statistic analyses of the products of natural and artifical changes in sapropelites (in the case of kukersite) // Hard Fuel Chemistry.
Gas extraction, hydrogenation and semicoking as method for analytical investigation and utilization of liptobiolitic coals and sapropelites. In European Coal Geology (Nakoman, E., ed.), 3rd European Coal Conference, Izmir, Turkey, 1997, 335-346.
Gas extraction, hydrogenation and semicoking as methods for analytical investigation and utilization of liptobiolitic coals and sapropelites // European Coal Geology / E.
227 data on elemental composition of OM of DOS from Maardu, Toolse and other Estonian as well as Russian and Swedish deposits, of their natural and artificial transformation (beneficiation, extraction, thermal and oxidative destruction) products and of four sapropelites from the brown coal stage to the gas coal stage (Table 1, pos.