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  • Cone in cone from Fairbury Nebr RE

    Abstract. Cone in cone from Fairbury Nebr. See Vol. I survey rept. plate VIII. A slab of rock or fossils shown from the edge with a ruler photographed alongside to indicate the thickness

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  • Pyritic cone-in-cone concretions Woodland Bertram G

    A number of pyritic cone-in-cone concretions from Middle Pennsylvanian black shales of Indiana and Illinois are described. These are the only occurrences of typical cone-in-cone structure composed of pyrite that are known to the author other than those described from Cambrian and Ordovician shales of the Oslo region Norway.

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  • Beef and cone-in-cone calcite fibrous cements associated

    Jan 01 2016 · 1. Introduction and aim. The occurrence of two types of fibrous diagenetic calcite called "beef" and "cone-in-cone" calcite in limestone has been known in the literature for a long time (e.g. Lang et al. 1923 Richardson 1923).A commonly accepted explanation of these fibrous calcite types (see Cobbold et al. 2013 for a review) is that they formed under high hydraulic

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  • Alan Guisewite s Mineral Collection Images Calcites Page

    Mar 28 2015 · This is a very unusual calcite called "cone-in-cone calcite" and this cabinet specimen is from Kentucky. They re quite common occur worldwide and are often mistaken for fossils. A concise explanation is found on the second page of this leaflet. Thanks to Alexander Falster s auction on eBay for the specimen

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  • cone-in-coneWiktionary

    cone-in-cone (not comparable) ( geology ) Consisting of a series of parallel cones each made up of many concentric cones closely packed together said of a kind of structure sometimes observed in sedimentary rocks.

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  • Cone-in-cone structuresWikipedia

    Cone-in-cone structures are secondary sedimentary structures that form in association with deeper burial and diagenesis.They consist of concentric inter-bedded cones of calcite or more rarely gypsum siderite or pyrite. Although several mechanisms may be responsible for the formation of cone-in-cone structures

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  • Cone-in-cone structure Article about cone-in-cone

    Looking for cone-in-cone structure Find out information about cone-in-cone structure. The structure of a concretion characterized by the development of a

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  • Nature origin and significance of cone-in-cone

    The consistent association of calcite marcasite and carbonaceous debris in the cone-in-cone implies a unique set of physico-chemical conditions while the sediments were still plastic. The diagenetic environment contrasts with that in which concretions of impure siderite grew chiefly in the availability of Ca ion and reduced sulfur.

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  • Cone-In-Cone Mud Concretion Mineral Specimen Collected In

    Cone-In-Cone Mud Concretion Mineral Specimen Collected In Western New York These specimens were collecting in Western New York State in the 1970s. I believe the location was 12 mile creek. The main piece is 2-1/4 by 1-7/8 inches by 1-1/2 inches thick. Payment Details

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  • CSMS GEOLOGY POST KANSAS FIELD TRIPS HALITE AND CONE-IN-CONE

    The cone-in-cone structure resembles a series of small elongate funnels stacked within one another. Cone-in cone may sometimes be observed in concretions where the cones are small less than one inch and in other times as large cones up to 8-10 inches forming solid beds within another rock usual black marine shale.

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  • KGS--Kansas Rocks and Minerals--Sedimentary Structures

    Cone-in-cone is a peculiar structure consisting of nests of cones one inside another standing vertically and arranged either in thin beds or at the edges of large concretions. Some cones are less than an inch in height and others are as much as 10 inches high. They have a ribbed or scaly appearance.

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  • Frank Festa7. Cone in Cone Structuresthe Geologic

    Oct 15 2011 · Cone in Cone Structures have been known since the late 1700 s. I located an online book source having a copy of "The Geological Magazine". This particular copy was the January-December issue No.8 CCLIX-CCLXX from 1886. On page 139 of this magazine it detailed a correspondance between Mr. John Young and Professor Newberry discussing the

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  • cone-in-coneWiktionary

    cone-in-cone (not comparable) ( geology ) Consisting of a series of parallel cones each made up of many concentric cones closely packed together said of a kind of structure sometimes observed in sedimentary rocks.

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  • Cone in Cone Mineral Specimen For SaleDakota Matrix

    Cone In ConeA sample of the sedimentary structure we all study in Physical Geology class called cone-in-cone that is composed of calcareous shards in tightly compact interconnected cones. The seam of cone-in-cone is 4cm with a 2cm layer of course crystalline Calcite and calcareous mud. According to the Glossary of Geology (AGI) cone-in-cone appears to be

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  • Vredefort shatter cones revisitedAGU Journals

    referred to in the text. (c) Schoemansdrif locality 1 the famous Schoemansdrif cone-in-cone exposure. Pen shaded areas length for . NICOLAYSEN AND REIMOLD VREDEFORT SHATTER CONES REVISITED 4913 shock wave and the

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  • Freshwater stromatolites with the cone-in-cone structure

    Jan 05 2013 · The Cone in Cone Structure and Its tary transformations interpretation of the genesis and Origin Lithol. Miner. Resour. 2002 no. 6 pp. 601–615. morphological features of the cone in cone structure Komar Vl.A. Stromatolity verkhnedokembriiskikh otlozhe meets certain difficulties.

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  • Cone-in-cone structuresWikipedia

    Cone-in-cone structures are secondary sedimentary structures that form in association with deeper burial and diagenesis.They consist of concentric inter-bedded cones of calcite or more rarely gypsum siderite or pyrite. Although several mechanisms may be responsible for the formation of cone-in-cone structures

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    SUBSCRIBE In this episode of CONE in Roblox we get the Liberation ending. Defaultio did a great job at making this game in the fact you have to retrace yo

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  • Cone-In-Cone Mud Concretion Mineral Specimen Collected In

    Cone-In-Cone Mud Concretion Mineral Specimen Collected In Western New York These specimens were collecting in Western New York State in the 1970s. I believe the location was 12 mile creek. The main piece is 2-1/4 by 1-7/8 inches by 1-1/2 inches thick. Payment Details

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  • Nature origin and significance of cone-in-cone

    The consistent association of calcite marcasite and carbonaceous debris in the cone-in-cone implies a unique set of physico-chemical conditions while the sediments were still plastic. The diagenetic environment contrasts with that in which concretions of impure siderite grew chiefly in the availability of Ca ion and reduced sulfur.

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  • Bedding-parallel fibrous veins (beef and cone-in-cone

    May 01 2013 · However some cone-in-cone forms in bedding-parallel lenses or layers surrounding older concretions. 5. Cone-in-cone consists dominantly of fibrous minerals which form nesting (coaxial) conical bundles between one or more thin conical bands of clay or shale.

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  • Frank Festa14. Cone In Cone (additional info)

    Mar 20 2013 · Cone in cone structures are not glamorous shiny gemstones. On the contrary just the opposite composition wise they are sedimentary in nature containing ground particles of rock mineral and clay particles. Some have been

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  • A Possible Bentonite Origin for Carbonate Cone-in-Cone

    This paper provides an alternative interpretation for carbonate cone-in-cone structures within Bedford shale of Rowan County Kentucky. A literature review

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  • Beef and cone-in-cone calcite fibrous cements associated

    Jan 01 2016 · 1. Introduction and aim. The occurrence of two types of fibrous diagenetic calcite called "beef" and "cone-in-cone" calcite in limestone has been known in the literature for a long time (e.g. Lang et al. 1923 Richardson 1923).A commonly accepted explanation of these fibrous calcite types (see Cobbold et al. 2013 for a review) is that they formed under high hydraulic

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  • Cone-in-cone structuresWikipedia

    Cone-in-cone structures are secondary sedimentary structures that form in association with deeper burial and diagenesis.They consist of concentric inter-bedded cones of calcite or more rarely gypsum siderite or pyrite. Although several mechanisms may be responsible for the formation of cone-in-cone structures

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  • Kinematics of Cone-In-Cone Growth with Implications for

    Cone-in-cone is an enigmatic structure. Similar to many fibrous calcite veins cone-in-cone is generally formed of calcite and present in bedding-parallel vein-like accumulations within fine-grained rocks. Unlike most fibrous veins cone-in-cone contains conical inclusions of host-rock material creating nested parallel cones throughout. A long-debated aspect of cone-in-cone

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  • Sideritean overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Cone-in-cone (Fig. 24) structures are interbedded concentric cones of evaporates and carbonates usually separated by thin drapes of siltstones and mudstones.The cones are usually formed from calcite but gypsum siderite pyrite and coal cones have been reported.Many different formation mechanisms have been suggested for cone-in-cone structures and the

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  • Cone-in-cone GeoKansas

    Cone-in-cone is a peculiar structure consisting of usually vertical nests of cones one inside another that are found either in thin beds or at the edges of large concretions. Some cones are less than an inch tall and others are as much as

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  • Silicified Cone-in-Cone Structures from Erfoud (Morocco

    Becq-Giraudon JF (1990) Cone in cone structure in an environment of siliciclastic deposition. New observation on Lower Ordovician cone-in-cone structures of the Montagne Noire south French Massif central. Géologie de la France 2 11–19 Google Scholar

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  • Silicified Cone-in-Cone Structures from Erfoud (Morocco

    Becq-Giraudon JF (1990) Cone in cone structure in an environment of siliciclastic deposition. New observation on Lower Ordovician cone-in-cone structures of the Montagne Noire south French Massif central. Géologie de la France 2 11–19 Google Scholar

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  • Cone in ConeSERC

    Sep 04 2020 · One of the most intriguing sedimentary structures that geologists have found are called cone-in-cone. They are just as their name impliescone-shaped forms made of rock that nest inside a cone cup. Some folks mistake these for fossils as they look somewhat similar to horn corals and other marine organisms.

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  • KGS--Kansas Rocks and Minerals--Sedimentary Structures

    Cone-in-cone. Cone-in-cone is a peculiar structure consisting of nests of cones one inside another standing vertically and arranged either in thin beds or at the edges of large concretions. Some cones are less than an inch in height and others are as much as 10 inches high. They have a ribbed or scaly appearance.

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  • Wooster s Pseudofossils of the Week Cone-in-cone

    Oct 30 2015 · These are cone-in-cone structures not shatter cones. This sample was undoubtedly collected from the Ohio Shale which contains thin cone-in-cone limestone beds throughout its outcrop in Ohio. True shatter cones do occur within the Serpent Mound Crater both in the Ohio Shale and some other units. I have a few examples in my collection.

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  • Cone-in-cone dictionary definition cone-in-cone defined

    (not comparable) (geology) Consisting of a series of parallel cones each made up of many concentric cones closely packed together said of a kind of structure sometimes observed in sedimentary rocks.

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