sandstone and conglomerate

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  • Upper Carboniferous sandstones and conglomerates are also present in the area of the range.
  • The bedrock in the area consists of triassic rock, mainly sandstone and conglomerate.
  • Around 80 million years ago cretaceous red sandstone and conglomerate were laid down through sedimentation of lakes and streams.
  • Red sandstone and conglomerate, representing the Permian system, appear especially around the basin of Sofia. Cited from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4, by Various
  • The sandstones and conglomerates make up approximately 30% of the formation.
  • Therefore the Bundsandstein deposits are typical red beds, mainly sandstones and conglomerates with little clay.
  • Cross bedding and plane-bed stratification are common in the sandstones and conglomerates.
  • The rocks are composed of a mixture of sandstone and conglomerate.
  • Exeter sits predominantly on sandstone and conglomerate geology, although the structure of the surrounding areas is varied.
  • The soils are poor in nutrient, based from sandstone and conglomerate rocks.
  • It contains lesser amounts of sandstone and conglomerate than the Brookline Member.
  • Sandstones and conglomerates are visible on escarpments on the sides of the creek.
  • It is all included in the Cambrian period and consists of limestone, shale, sandstone and conglomerate. Cited from History of Loudoun County, by James W. Head
  • Even though the landscape is rather mild, there are many very cliffy and steep rock faces due to the irregular bedding of sandstone and conglomerate.
  • Danxia landform is formed from red-coloured sandstones and conglomerates of largely Cretaceous age.
  • In Argentina, the mineral formed after mine tunnels were cut through Cu-U deposits in sandstone and conglomerate.
  • Thicker sandstone and conglomerate beds occur in the western reaches in Eglinton Island.
  • Lee described the formation as a coal with carbonaceous shale with brown to buff sandstone and conglomerate (usually at the base).
  • Low hills of sandstone and conglomerate encircle it, but generally at some distance, so that a tract of plain, six or seven miles in width, intervenes between their base and the shore. Cited from The Seven Great Monarchies, Vol 5. (of 7): Persia, by George Rawlinson
  • Channel-related sandstones and conglomerates indicate that the rivers had a low-sinuosity and were braided, to anastomosing types.
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