Cataclastic rock | Article about cataclastic rock by The Free Dictionary
cataclastic rock[¦kad·ə¦klas·tik ′räk]
Rock containing angular fragments formed by cataclasis. Also known as cataclasite.
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Also common as clasts are quartz sandstone, red and black siltstone, chert, and cataclastic rocks
The W-E striking MEF is a steep, nearly vertical fault zone, represented by cataclastic rocks
in drill cores.