pebbly mudstone

pebbly mudstone

[′peb·lē ′məd‚stōn]
(geology)
A delicately laminated till-like conglomeratic mudstone.
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Crowell (1957) explained many ancient pebbly mudstone deposits as debris flows produced by the mixing of fine and coarse-grained sediment during slumping.
1963, Late Precambrian pebbly mudstone in Normandy, France, in A.