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radiolarian ooze
Ooze Ooze, n. (Oceanography) A soft deposit covering large areas of the ocean bottom, composed largely or mainly of the shells or other hard parts of minute organisms, as Foraminifera, Radiolaria, and diatoms. The radiolarian ooze occurring in many places in very deep water is composed mainly of the siliceous skeletons of radiolarians, calcareous matter being dissolved by the lage percentage of carbon dioxide in the water at these depths.

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- microscopic marine organisms such as diatoms and radiolarians. Other components of siliceous oozes near continental margins may include terrestrially...
- The Radiolarian Ooze is the second album from Manorexia, it was released in 2002 by Ectopic Ents. Like its predecessor, Volvox Turbo, The Radiolarian Ooze...
- remains of radiolarians. This term is also used for indurated radiolarian oozes and sometimes as a synonym of radiolarian earth. However, radiolarian earth...
- pteropod, and radiolarian oozes. Oozes are also classified and named according to their mineralogy, i.e. calcareous or siliceous oozes. Whatever their...
- skeletal remains of some types of radiolarians make up a large part of the cover of the ocean floor as siliceous ooze. Due to their rapid change as species...
- their s**** which aid in buoyancy. Oozes that are dominated by diatom or radiolarian tests are called siliceous oozes. Like the siliceous sediments, the...
- the term radiolarian ooze for the silica deposits of radiolarian s**** brought to the surface during the Challenger Expedition. A biogenic ooze is a pelagic...
- the term radiolarian ooze for the silica deposits of radiolarian s**** brought to the surface during the Challenger expedition. A biogenic ooze is a pelagic...
- sponge ****ules. Diatom ooze occurs mainly in high-latitude areas and along some continental margins, whereas radiolarian ooze are more characteristic...
- the term radiolarian ooze for the silica deposits of radiolarian s**** brought to the surface during the Challenger expedition. A biogenic ooze is a pelagic...