convolute bedding

convolute bedding

[′kän·və‚lüt ‚bed·iŋ]
(geology)
The extremely contorted laminae usually confined to a single layer of sediment, resulting from subaqueous slumping.
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Sedimentary structures such as horizontal bedding and convolute bedding are well developed and indicate a shelf to restricted platform facies environment.