Clast

A clast is a fragment of geological detritus.{rp|G-3} It is often a chunk or a small bit of rock broken off of an outcrop by physical weathering.{rp|G-5} ...
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clast

Fragment of rock or mineral broken off from a large piece.
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clast

(from the article `sedimentary rock`) ...component in any carbonate will vary noticeably as a function of both age (due to evolution) and depositional setting (because of subsequent ... Conglomerates and breccias are sedimentary rocks composed of coarse fragments of preexisting rocks held together either by cement or by a ... [2 rela...
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clast

noun (geology) a constituent fragment of a clastic rock
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clast

A fragment of rock that has been transported, either by volcanic or sedimentary processes.
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clast

An individual grain or constituent of a rock; clastic
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Clast

composed of fragments, or clasts, of pre-existing rock.
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clast

n. An individual grain or constituent of a rock; clastic- adj. Describes a rock or sediment composed mainly of fragments of preexisting rocks or minerals that have been transported some distance from their place of origin, e.g., sandstone, shale.
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clast

n. An individual grain or constituent of a rock; clastic- adj. Describes a rock or sediment composed mainly of fragments of preexisting rocks or minerals that have been transported some distance from their place of origin, e.g., sandstone, shale.
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