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Donovan S.K., Pickerill R.K. (2013)
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Donovan S.K., Pickerill R.K. (2013) On marls and marlstones // Bulletin of the Mizunami Fossil Museum, no. 39, P. 127–128.

http://www.city.mizunami.gifu.jp/odocs...._14.pdf

Marl and marlstone are antiquated geological terms that are commonly incorrectly applied in sedimentology. A marl is an unlithified deposit; a marlstone is a rock. The compositional definitions of marl and marlstone remain poorly delimited. We suggest that a more precise lithological term(s) is usually, perhaps always available for any so–called marl or marlstone.


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