This supports the proposal by Stringer and Pajari (1981) that the tuffaceous and volcaniclastic sedimentary rocks of the Priest Cove Formation are a distal facies of the mafic flows and fragmental
volcanic rocks of the Ross Island Formation, which are also known to be younger than the Grand Manan Group on the basis of contained granitic clasts.
Although all are fragmental
, these ammonites from Sierra Mojada appear to be quite close to Hysteroceras varicosum (J.
Extensively developed disseminated pyrite, hosted within felsic fragmental
volcanic rocks, was intersected in each of the drill holes.
It is a question whether the fragmental
free radical during melt mixing can be used to improve the interfacial interaction between PP (PS) and nanoparticles.
In 1953, geological remapping of an underground exploration drift in the Oriental mine, in conjunction with surface diamond drilling, revealed an occurrence of fragmental
sulphides within a breccia bed similar to one of the Rothermere orebodies.
For the first time, a felsic fragmental
unit has been recognized in
The new sulphide zone occurs between a thick acid porphyry unit and a fragmental
Fossils occur throughout the formation as complete and fragmental
specimens which are sorted (Smith 1962).
Supergrass, Rooster, Ian Brown, The Happy Mondays, KT Tunstall, Maximo Park, My Chemical Romance, Martha Wainwright and Abba tribute band Bjorn Again are just a fragmental
sample of what's on offer.
Dan Snow, who spent two years researching the series, said: ``Glyndaer was one of the hardest stories in terms of sources as when you are dealing with this period sources are very fragmental
character of the tuff is visible only on clean weathered surfaces.
Consisting of about 50 sculptures, the selection focuses on Rodin's treatment of the human hand, particularly fragmental
pieces that later found their way into larger, complete works (like those in LACMA's Iris and B.