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Sedimentary features and flysch and gregwackes

Stanislaw Dzulynski

Sedimentary features and flysch and gregwackes

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Published by Elsevier Pub. Co in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rocks, Sedimentary.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Stanislaw Dzulynski and E. K. Walton
    SeriesDevelopments in sedimentology -- 7
    ContributionsWalton, Ewart Kendall
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE"471"D9
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 274 p. :
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21598321M
    LC Control Number65-24876

    Buy Sedimentology of some Flysch deposits; a graphic approach to facies interpretation. by Arnold H. Bouma online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop now. Mesozoic greywackes are abundant in the geosynclines bordering the 7) Pacific but in Europe there are many Cretaceous â flysch sandstonesâ which are not greywackes, for exampIe the well sorted sandstones of the Lgota beds in the Carpathian dysch (Unrug, p. 2 9, glauconitic sandstones poor in clay in the Bavarian flysch (Dzulyn1) ski et.   Greywackes are mostly grey, brown, yellow or black, dull-coloured, sandy rocks which may occur in thick or thin beds along with slates, limestones, &c., and are abundant in Wales, the south of Scotland and the Lake district of England. Their essential features are their gritty character and their complex composition. By increasing.


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K., Sedimentary Features of Flysch and Greywackes. Developments in Sedimentology 7, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp Cited by: 7. These beds, which may reach individual volumes in excess of km3, are apparently the product of catastrophic gravity flows triggered by earthquakes along the margins of highly mobile basins, most commonly elongate “flysch” ite beds produced by these catastrophic events are.

[ Classification of bedding in flysch and similar graded deposits]. Studia Geologica Polonica III; pp. text in Polish with English captions and summary (pp. ), 7 fig., 2 plts. Orig. wrps. with libr. stamp. FLUTE marks abound as moulds in rocks attributed to turbidity current action1 and are not uncommon in beds assigned a fluviatile origin2.

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