lithotype


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lithotype

[′lith·ə‚tīp]
(geology)
A macroscopic band in humic coals, analyzed on the basis of physical characteristics rather than botanical origin.
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3] Point RnG/ number Lithotype g/t Bq/kg RnG RnM RnM 1 kla 10.
The second lithotype (argillaceous limestones) comprises the late Pirgu units (Adila, Ukmerge, and Kabala formations) represented by grey to greenish-grey argillaceous micro- to very fine-crystalline limestones and marls of medium-bedded, seminodular or nodular structure.
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Does the total volume versus sum of lithotype volumes match?
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The most widespread lithotypes are limestones and dolomites (34%), alluvial sediments and clays (22%), volcanic rocks (18%), and flysch deposits and arenaceous assemblages (17%) (Geoportale Nazionale, 2016).
Croix and Fredericton belts is difficult to discern in the field due to poor exposure, complex deformation, and similarity of lithotypes.
The conditions of metamorphism of the metabasites of the Arquia Complex in all lithotypes studied along the Central Cordillera reached the amphibolite facies for the garnet-amphibolite without garnet and greenschist facies for the epidote actinolite schists.
Fungal epilithic communities have been studied in a wide range of environments and for several lithotypes (Sterflinger and Krumbein, 1997; Sterflinger and Prillinger, 2001; Urzi et al.
The objective is providing key tools for restoration and conservation: On representative lithotypes On European representative climatic areas With a time-scale/environmental approach With technology validated in relevant environment (industrial plant and monuments) Exploiting results also on modern stone made buildingsA general protocol will be defined for the identification of the petrographic and mineralogical features of the stone materials, the identification of the degradation patterns, the evaluation of the causes and mechanisms of alteration and degradation, including the correlations between the relevant state of decay and the actual microclimatic and air pollution conditions.