calciclastic

calciclastic

[‚kal·sə′klas·tik]
(petrology)
Pertaining to calcium carbonate-containing rock eroded from a preexisting source, transported some distance, and then redeposited; for example, calciclastic limestone.
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The reefal detrital input increases progressively towards the top of the sequence which is confirmed by the increasing calciclastic lithofacies and their maximum gravel size of about 80 cm.