Geological Description Part 2 (last part)

clay stone and shale=Clay Stone & Shale (Clst&Sh).

Clay Stone & Shale are formed from accumulation of clay minerals and silt particles. Its grain size is less than 4 microns.

 

 

marl= Marl (Mrl).

Marl is formed from accumulation of clay minerals and calcium carbonate (calcite) and its grain size is less than 4 microns.

 

sand stone= Sandstone (Sst)

Sandstone is formed of accumulation of mineral grains (quartz) and its grain size is from 60 microns to 2 mm.

 

silt stone= Siltstone (SLst)

Siltstone is formed of accumulation of mineral grains (quartz) and its grain size is from 4 to 60 microns.

 

conglomolate= Conglomerate (Cgl), its grain size is greater than 2 mm.

Conglomerate is formed from accumulation of primarily granule, pebble and boulder size particle.

 

fault= Geological fault

 

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