The blocks ar not waterworn
, their angles being only a little blunted; the vary in size from one or two feet in diameter to ten, or eve more than twenty times as much.
It is thought that the waterworn
weapon belonged to a wounded soldier.
Rather than uniformly smooth waterworn
surfaces, they showed randomly oriented tiny chipped areas that produced glassy reflections in bright light.
Transported silcrete was used as an artefact lithology outside the Consuelo and Buckland Tablelands; silcrete boulders and cobbles with a waterworn
cortex were utilised in the Arcadia Valley to the east (Cochrane et al.
In order to refer to these in a more appropriate and relevant way it is proposed that these assemblages of stone tools are described using the generic and collective term 'cobble stone mining tools', a term which more accurately reflects their origin as waterworn
cobbles (or sometimes rounded weathered lumps of rock) selected for a range of interchangeable mining tool tasks.
The greenhouse experiment was set as follows: tomato seeds (Lycopersicon esculentum F1 Hybrid, Delba and Lycopersicon esculentum F1 Hybrid, Tivi) were inoculated and sown in a soil field, mixed with waterworn
sand and peat (1/3, v/v each of them), and after 25 days , seedlings were transplanted separately into pots containing 7 kg of the mentioned (mixed) soil.
But gardeners have not been put off by these monumental failures, though the price for this fascination has been the disappearance of vast tracks of waterworn
The best of the waterworn
crystal groups reach 8 mm.
The sculptures and photographs in Sydney-based Malaysian artist Simryn Gill's recent exhibition, like her project "Standing still," 2000-2003, a series of photographs documenting derelict properties throughout Southeast Asia, and Garland, 2006, a selection of waterworn
objects found during beachcombing excursions, occupied the shifting and indistinct boundary between abandonment and reclamation.
In fact there is a rich evocation of the natural world in these pieces which have titles like Waterworn
Rocks, Veil Of Mist and On A Crest Of A Wave, all gently paced and slowly unfolding.
Unfortunately, all these fossil spines are waterworn
to some extent and there is the possibility that a waterworn
Gasterosteus spine could be that of Pungitius.
Some of the specimens are waterworn
, but most are not.