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37 GY 402 Sedimentary Petrology Lectures 11 and 12: Mature Siliciclastic Rocks and Environments From Komar, P.D., 1998. Beach Processes and Sedimentation. Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 544p. From Walker, R.G. and James, N.P. (1992). Facies Models: Response to Sea Level Change. Geological Association of Canada , 409p. Matrix Heterogeneous Chemically impure Drapes over grains* Predates cements Generally dark in color* Cement Homogeneous Chemically pure Lines pores Specific fabrics Multiphased zoned
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38 From Blatt, H, Middleton, G. and Murray, R., 1980. Origin
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Unformatted text preview: of Sedimentary Rocks. Prentice Hill, 782 p. From Komar, P.D., 1998. Beach Processes and Sedimentation. Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 544p. From Walker, R.G. and James, N.P. (1992). Facies Models: Response to Sea Level Change. Geological Association of Canada , 409p. 39 From Walker, R.G. and James, N.P. (1992). Facies Models: Response to Sea Level Change. Geological Association of Canada , 409p. 40 From Walker, R.G. and James, N.P. (1992). Facies Models: Response to Sea Level Change. Geological Association of Canada , 409p....
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