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Definition of Liassic

Liassic
Liassic Li*as"sic (l[-i]*[a^]s"s[i^]k), a. (Geol.) Of the age of the Lias; pertaining to the Lias formation. -- n. Same as Lias.

Meaning of Liassic from wikipedia

- Lias may refer to: In geology: The Lias Group, a group in the stratigraphy of Great Britain, formed during the Late Tri****ic to Early Jur****ic epochs....
- sequence; Middle li****ic, High Atlas, Morocco. Ammonites and belemnites washed over a supratidal surface (calcretes and "teepees"); Middle Li****ic of the High...
- environment. Middle li****ic of the High Atlas, Morocco. Giant dinosaur tracks, in a muddy sediment on top of a metric regressive cycle. Middle li****ic, High Atlas...
- ingested ink sacs from belemnites. He wrote a vivid description of the Li****ic food chain based on these observations, which would inspire Henry De la...
- Hallstatt, 1886 – On Li****ic cephalopods of Hierlatz in Hallstatt. Über die liasischen Brachiopoden des Hierlatz bei Hallstatt, 1889 – On Li****ic brachiopods of...
- of Glamorgan, south Wales. The site is a narrow strip of woodland on a Li****ic limestone slope in the Vale of Glamorgan. List of Sites of Special Scientific...
- from Dorset. A widely used building stone in Cardiff is the yellow-grey Li****ic limestone rock of the Vale of Glamorgan, including the very rare "Sutton...
- Cornwall, Wales, Ireland and Brittany) as they are formed of a combination of li****ic limestone, shale and carboniferous sandstone/limestone. They were formed...
- pronounce the layers of limestone as 'laiyers' or 'lias'. There are extensive Li****ic outcrops around the coast of the United Kingdom, in particular in Glamorgan...
- British Museum (Natural History) Richard Owen, Fossil Reptili of the Li****ic Formations, pt iii. (Monogr. Palaeont. Soc., 1865) Persson, P. O. 1963...
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