wacke


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wacke

[′wak·ə]
(petrology)
Sandstone composed of a mixture of angular and unsorted or poorly sorted fragments of minerals and rocks and an abundant matrix of clay and fine silt.
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The Logans Mountain showing is similar to the Jimmy Hill occurrence in that the mineralization is hosted in east south-east trending quartz greissen veins cutting hornfelsic wacke.
Wacke, Circumscribere, gerechter Preis und die Arten der List, 94 Zerrschrift der Savigny-Stiftung for Rechisgeschichte (Romanistische Abteilung) 183, 186 (1977), and the literature cited there.
The Digdeguash consists of variably bedded (10 cm to > 2m) quartzofeldspathic and lithic wacke that occurs in homogeneous massive beds or partial to nearly complete Bouma sequences with dark grey aluminous pelite.
ANDREA WACKE Los presupuestos de la responsabilidad por eviccion en derecho romano y comparado, en: Seminarios Complutenses de Derecho Romano, 1992, p.
Discontinuous lenses of volcanic siltstone, wacke and conglomerate are commonly associated with the felsic pyroclastic units, but chemically precipitated sedimentary rocks (e.
Petrographic study reveals petromictic conglomerate and feldspathic arenite in Tobra Formation while feldspathic wacke in Dandot Formation.
Esta tesis fue compartida con algunas diferencias por SIBER y WACKE.