Definition of Arenites
1. arenite [n] - See also: arenite
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arenites
Literary usage of Arenites
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Engineering Geology Applied to the Design and Operation of Underground Coal by C. Richard Dunrud (2000)
"11) A. arenites—less than 15 percent matrix B. Wackes—15 to 75 percent matrix C. Mudstones—greater than 75 percent matrix IV. Bulk Properties of Grain ..."
2. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1905)
"It is finer grained, darker in color and very different from the beds, one above, and the other below it, for they are arenaceous (silic arenites) and ..."
3. Fluid Flow Through Faults and Fractures in Argillaceous Formations by Nuclear Energy Agency (1998)
"The Numidian flysch consists of alternating pelites and arenites, with a maximum thickness around 2000 m. The main outcrops are in northern Sicily. ..."
4. The Monroe Formation of Southern Michigan and Adjoining Regions by Amadeus William Grabau, William Hittell Sherzer (1910)
"... are some thin beds of i-ab-arenites, one of which, about 4 feet above the base of the quarry, appears oolitic, and shows an occasional crinoid disk. ..."