These rocks exhibit a schistose
structure defined by the alignment of amphibole.
formations also form potential aquifiers when the wells tapping contact zones with intrusives.
The standard and most commonly used technique for evaluation of intestinal helminthes and schistose
infections remains microscopy for direct egg detection in the stool and species identification.
The dominant rock types in the area include low grade metamorphic rock such as chlorite schist, schistose
quartzite, and quartz mica schist along with high grade migmatites and gneisses.
0 erosion resistance soils without erosion resistance Weak rock, schistose
The rocks underwent two metamorphic cycles that resulted in strongly anisotropic schistose
In our taxonomic framework this taxon has been recognized several times in the same region, with indifferent behaviour for edaphic conditions, occurring also on schistose
soils from Serra do Caldeirao till Seixe river basin, mainly among Q.
The bituminous shales of Tetouan and Bab Taz sites are Upper Cretaceous-Cenomanian in age and are included in schistose
Reflected light microscopy indicates an approximate total of 10% graphite variably as discrete flakes and in poorly defined shreds, mostly intricately intergrown within the distorted schistose
biotite, but rarely incorporated within the equally irregular quartz layers.
In mine geology terminology, the main components of the shear zone are chlorite mottled schist, quartz-sericite (chlorite) schist, bodies of schistose
and fragmental andesite, and dacite dykes and sills.
It lies on a broad expanse of clay and limestone, very different from the friable schistose
soils at Chteau Sainte Marguerite.
The schists are usually highly schistose
and well foliated, with well developed micaceous cleavage planes along which they will shatter if force is applied.