It is clear from three stratigraphic sections measured in different parts of the study area that the Abbottabad Formation comprises of at least three units; a basal arenaceous
unit an intermediate dolomitic or dolomite-dominant unit and an upper quartzite unit.
Numerical analyses of masonry pillars 600 mm in thickness made of bricks, sandstone and arenaceous
marl exposed to continuous loading on the upper edge proved that due to a non-uniform distribution of moisture along the cross section of extruded masonry pillars (we(0%; 20%)), contrary to the constant moisture content pattern (w = const.
Locally the sandstones are so calcareous as to approximate arenaceous
The limestone is thin to thick bedded, finely crystalline micritic, partly arenaceous
and possesses various types of primary sedimentary structures, such as hummocky cross-stratification, parallel lamination, cross- bedding and longitudinal ridges.
The author found an exposure of similar red, fine-grained arenaceous
sandstone in a near-shore pavement about 1 km north of Dark Harbour (Fig.
The history of maturation of Estonian argillites begins in the Proterozoic era when the Jotnian sedimentation was followed by massive denudation with the formation of the sub-Cambrian peneplain and the first arenaceous
and argillaceous sediments on it.
Zahalka considers the Ohre area to be continuous lithologic and facies passage of arenaceous
strata of the Jizera formation in the Polomene Mountains into the clay (marly clay) development of the same formation in the Roudnice and Poohri regions.
Included between the Gran Sasso and the Sibillini mountains there is the Laga mountain ridge, which is nearly 24 km long and is characterized by a Messinian-era torbiditic succession known as Laga Flysch mainly composed of arenaceous
The country rocks are Sinian [= latest Precambrian] to Silurian carbonates, mainly limestone, dolostone and arenaceous
Silica remobilisation has produced northerly trending quartz dykes in arenaceous
units throughout the area.
groenlandica [n = 10 (Weaver, 1970)], a densely tufted perennial of arenaceous
rock exposures from Greenland to Labrador, south to the crests of the Appalachian Mountains in Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee (Maguire, 1951; Wofford & Kral, 1979).
The presence of fresh water fish, plant debris, and thin pedogenic carbonate layers suggests that the fine-grained beds were deposited in a lacustrine environment; however, the presence of thin horizons with glauconite grains, marine-affinity bivalves, arenaceous
foraminifera, and one specimen of a trilobite (Weir 2002; Tibert and Scott 1999) suggest a distal marine influence (Martel and Gibling 1996; Ryan 1998; Tibert and Scott 1999).