Pseudomorphs - a sedimentary structure to indicate way-up (younging) direction in a rock sequence - vTomb

Pseudomorphs - a sedimentary structure to indicate way-up (younging) direction in a rock sequence

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Pseudomorphs as an indicator of way-up (younging) direction in a sedimentary rock and how to accurately record them. The examples shown are salt (halite) pseudomorphs.

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