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clastic

 [klas´tik]
1. undergoing or causing division.
2. separable into parts.

clas·tic

(klas'tik),
Breaking up into pieces, or exhibiting a tendency so to break or divide.
[G. klastos, broken]

clastic

/clas·tic/ (klas´tik)
1. undergoing or causing division.
2. separable into parts.

clas·tic

(klas'tik)
Breaking up into pieces, or exhibiting a tendency so to break or divide.
[G. klastos, broken]

clastic

1. undergoing or causing division.
2. separable into parts.
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16), two different K1-K3 domains can be identified, the western one with thin complete sections, which still maintain their saline units, except in Tribaldos-1 well again, and a central domain with thick, well developed saline K1 and clastic K2, K3 units.
The back arc basins have been filled with deltaic clastics mostly shed off adjacent shield areas.
So, Sequence Stratigraphy of Clastic Systems does provide encyclopaedic, in-depth and unbiased coverage of all current ideas and models in the field, and I commend the author for this effort.
Fault sealing analysis is of vital importance in now day exploration activities while exploring an extentional regime with clastic reservoir.
The volcanic rocks are composed of clastic flows, from fine-grained silts to coarser conglomerates, and in numerous places are brecciated and broken.
The project area hosts volcanic rocks, which are overlain by a suite of clastic and chemical sedimentary rocks that form the Eagle Island assemblage, which hosts the mineralisation.
North-west verging nappes are seen in Tethyan carbonate and clastic sediments which structurally overlie migmatitic gneiss and leucogranite of the GHS (Figure 1).
At Foelsche, drilling has intersected very weathered and altered clastic breccias with a clay matrix at anomaly F14, which lies in the headwaters of streams containing macro diamonds and a suite of indicators, such as chrome diopside, picro-ilmenite and chromites.
Chariot has identified various significant additional leads within the Upper Cretaceous deep water clastic turbidite system, after the analysis of its survey of around 1,700 line km of 2D seismic data acquired on the north western flank of the license in 2015.
These consist of both clastic and non-clastic sediments.
The well, drilled in a water depth of 38 meters, encountered a major gas and condensates buildup in the pre-salt clastic geological sequence of lower Cretaceous age, crossing a hydrocarbon column of 240 meters.
The northern system is characterised by deposits formed on a gently inclined, storm and river-flood dominated clastic ramp that can be assigned to four main facies associations, and includes excellent examples of Mutti-type shelf delta lobes.