Definition of Arenaceous. Meaning of Arenaceous. Synonyms of Arenaceous

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Definition of Arenaceous

Arenaceous
Arenaceous Ar`e*na"ceous, a. [L. arenaceus, fr. arena sand.] Sandy or consisting largely of sand; of the nature of sand; easily disintegrating into sand; friable; as, arenaceous limestone.

Meaning of Arenaceous from wikipedia

- (0.08 in) and contain less than 15% matrix. The related adjective is arenaceous. The equivalent Gr****-derived term is psammite, though this is more commonly...
- 3300 metres. Brady, H. B. (1883). Note on Syringammina, a New Type of Arenaceous Rhizopoda. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. 35(224-226): 155-161...
- Two Type I (arenaceous) fulgurites: a section of a common tube fulgurite and one exhibiting a branch....
- usually a form of a sandstone composed of feldspar and quartz and is arenaceous in grain size (0.16 mm – 2 mm in diameter). The material that binds flagstone...
- mafic volcanic and calcareous rocks. The Alwar Group mainly consists of arenaceous and mafic volcanic rocks. The Ajabgarh Group is dominated by carbonate...
- Sriperumbudur belongs to the Sriperumbudur Formation, which is characterised by arenaceous and argillaceous rock units composed of splintery green shale, clays,...
- place in petrographical classifications because these peculiar composite arenaceous deposits are very frequent among Silurian and Cambrian rocks, and are...
- Early to Late Proterozoic(2.5 to 0.54 billion years) calcareous and arenaceous deposits, which correspond to humid and semi-arid climatic regimes, were...
- Gneiss with enclaves of the Jagat group Delhi Supergroup Alwar Group with arenaceous and mafic volcanic rocks Delhi Ridge, in the north Haryana Aravalli ranges...
- gravel(ly) psephite (psephitic) rudite (rudaceous) Medium sand(y) psammite (psammitic) arenite (arenaceous) Fine clay(ey) pelite (pelitic) lutite (lutaceous)...