By David J. Nash, Sue J. McLaren
This cutting-edge quantity experiences either earlier paintings and present study, with contributions from the world over well-known specialists. The e-book is prepared into fourteen chapters and designed to include the whole variety of terrestrial geochemical sediments.
- An updated and finished survey of analysis within the box of geochemical sediments and landscapes
- Discusses the most duricrusts, together with calcrete, laterite and silcrete
- Considers deposits brought on in quite a few springs, lakes, caves and near-coastal environments
- Considers the diversity of recommendations utilized in the research of geochemical sediments, representing an important strengthen on past texts
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5–3-m-thick groundwater calcretes, producing sheet-like bodies, were preferentially developed in hanging-wall zones of half-grabens, whereas footwall fans were characterised by more dispersed sparry calcite cements. This partitioning was interpreted as reflecting the larger catchment areas of the hanging-wall fan, which is an order of magnitude larger than the footwall catchment area. Mack and Madoff (2005) have recently documented the lateral variability in the development of calcrete-bearing palaeosols in the same region, reflecting the effects of basin tilting and channel avulsion.
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