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GEOL 1307 Physical Geology Exercise #6 Sedimentary Rocks
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Clastic Sedimentary Rocks Sorting Grain Size Boulders Pebbles Sand Silt Clay Rounding
Classification by Grain Size Unsorted Conglomerate Breccia Sorted Quartz Sandstone Arkose Graywacke Siltstone Shale
BioClastic Sedimentary Rocks Micritic Limestone Pelletal Limestone Oolitic Limestone Chalk Fossiliferous Limestone Coquina
Chemical Sedimentary Rocks Precipitates Limestone Dolomite Travertine Chert Evaporites Gypsum Halite
Other Compositions Siliceous Sedimentary Rocks Dolomite Coal
Sedimentary Structures Cross-Stratification Graded Bedding Ripple-Marks Mud Cracks
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