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tur·bi·dite

 (tûr′bĭ-dīt′)
n.
A sedimentary deposit formed by a turbidity current.

turbidite

(ˈtɜːbɪˌdaɪt)
n
(Geological Science) a sediment deposited by a turbidity current
[C20: from turbid + -ite1]
Translations
Turbidit
저탁암
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The Etisong-1 well was drilled to 2,207 metres and produced from turbiditic reservoirs over 6,000 b/d during the test.
The paleoenvironmental and paleoecological significance of turbiditic lake ichnocoenoses from the Late Carboniferous of the of the Paganzo Basin, Argentina.
Detrital modes of the Khojak Formation are highly comparable with turbiditic Panjgur and fluvial Murree formations, which are all part of the same system.
Conventional play potential can be found at Project Icewine within the same Brookian petroleum system and shallow to the HRZ shale and includes high porosity channel and deep water turbiditic sands.
This succession accumulated in the western part of the South Pyrenean peripheral foreland basin and extends from deep-marine turbiditic (Ezkaba Sandstone Formation) to deltaic (Pamplona Marl, Ardanatz Sandstone and Ilundain Marl formations) and marginal marine deposits (Liedena Sandstone Member, Gendulain Formation).
These units are mainly composed of well-bedded and laminated bituminous shale (paper shale) intercalated with intervals of turbiditic sandstone and thin-bedded sandstone-siltstone alternations [4, 5, 12, 28, 29, 34].
AGGLUTINATED FORAMINIFERA FROM TURBIDITIC DEPOSITS, NAPOLES AREA, SOUTH OF SAN MARCOS, TARRAZU, COSTA RICA
In addition to the classical point-source fans, he explains that multiple-source ramps and line-source aprons are significant contributors to the family of turbiditic sediments.
The mineralized zones are hosted within a turbiditic sedimentary sequence containing silicate and oxide facies iron formations.
The Verdiana stream flows on a rocky base made up of quartz-feldspar turbiditic sandstone rocks alternating with silt schists related to the Macigno formation, alternating with marlstone which is typical of the central part of its course.
The Papyrus-1X well was drilled by the Atwood Aurora jackup in a water depth of approximately 20m to a total measured depth of 1990m, targeting a Pliocene prospect consisting of a turbiditic sand system.