tidalite

tidalite

[′tīd·əl‚īt]
(geology)
Any sediment transported and deposited by tidal currents.
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Notably, if the tidalite data are taken at face value, the Moon's orbital migration may have slowed significantly sometime within the last 300 million years - a shift perhaps due to the changing arrangement of the Earth's continents.
2008) and tidalites (Greb & Archer 2007; Poldsaar & Ainsaar 2015) because those sediments are highly plastic and mobile when liquefied (Kuenen 1953).
Some biological systems (rythmites, tidalites, etc.) adjust their rhythms with the lunar motion (or the tide).