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es mas abundante los niveles de caliza de dismicritas y biomicrita

English translation: higher levels of dismicrite and biomicrite limestone

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Spanish term or phrase:es mas abundante los niveles de caliza de dismicritas y biomicrita
English translation:higher levels of dismicrite and biomicrite limestone
Entered by: Eileen Banks
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22:19 Nov 4, 2008
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Spanish term or phrase: es mas abundante los niveles de caliza de dismicritas y biomicrita
En la secuencia superior es mas abundante los niveles de caliza de dismicritas y biomicrita mudstone y margas, observandose en los niveles de caliza una fina laminacion algacea,..............
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higher levels of dismicrite and biomicrite limestone
Explanation:
Biomicrite, - a limestone consisting of a variable proportion of fossil skeletal debris contained in a carbonate mud; when used, the major organism should ...
www.lib.utexas.edu/geo/ggtc/gloss.html

dismicrite ( diz′mī′krīt ) ( geology ) Fine-grained limestone of obscure origin, resembling micrite but containing sparry calcite.
www.answers.com/topic/dismicrite -
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higher levels of dismicrite and biomicrite limestone


Explanation:
Biomicrite, - a limestone consisting of a variable proportion of fossil skeletal debris contained in a carbonate mud; when used, the major organism should ...
www.lib.utexas.edu/geo/ggtc/gloss.html

dismicrite ( diz′mī′krīt ) ( geology ) Fine-grained limestone of obscure origin, resembling micrite but containing sparry calcite.
www.answers.com/topic/dismicrite -

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