Encyclopedia of Sediments & Sedimentary Rocks by M. Church, Mario Coniglio, L. A. Hardie, F. J. Longstaffe,

By M. Church, Mario Coniglio, L. A. Hardie, F. J. Longstaffe, V. Middleton

This finished, one-volume encyclopedia covers the sedimentological features of sediments and sedimentary rocks. It good points greater than 250 entries by way of a few a hundred and eighty eminent individuals from world wide, very good indices, pass references, and large bibliographies.

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A. and Spearing, P. ). Sandstone Depositional Environments. Memoir: American Association of Petroleum Geologists 31: pp. 49-86. , 1984. Bibliography of Alluvial-fan Deposits. Norwich: Geobooks, 96p. , and Church, M. ), 1990. Alluvial Fans: A Field Approach. Chichester: Wiley, 391 p. , 1973. Depositionalsedimetitary environments with reference to terrigenous classics. , Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1983. 549p. , 1986. Alluvial fan development and the glacio-glaciofluvial cycle, Nemana Valley, Alaska.

Alluvial sedimentation. International Association of Sedimentologists, Special Publication 17, pp. 235-276. , 1982. Alluvial fan deposits. A. and Spearing, P. ). Sandstone Depositional Environments. Memoir: American Association of Petroleum Geologists 31: pp. 49-86. , 1984. Bibliography of Alluvial-fan Deposits. Norwich: Geobooks, 96p. , and Church, M. ), 1990. Alluvial Fans: A Field Approach. Chichester: Wiley, 391 p. , 1973. Depositionalsedimetitary environments with reference to terrigenous classics.

However, will cap a succession of rocks that display a variety of subsurface karst features. By comparison, a hardground will be found in a succession of marine sediments that display no evidence of diagenesis in a karst setting. Open and filled cavities Open and filled cavities, whieh range in size from micropores to large caves, are eommon features in many aneient karst terrains. Sueh cavities may have formed through the selective dissolution of metastable mineral components in heterogeneous 13 carbonates whereas others are independent of fabric.

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