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" Middle Oolite. Coral Rag. — One of the limestones of the Middle Oolite has been called the " Coral Rag," because it consists, in part, of continuous beds of petrified corals, for the most part retaining the position in which they grew at the bottom... "
A MANUAL OF ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY - Seite 260
von SIR CHARLES LYELL, M.A. F.R.S. - 1853
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Elements of geology

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1838
...converted into flint and chert, the original calcareous matter being replaced by silex. (Fig. 199.) One of the limestones of the Middle Oolite has been...bottom of the sea. They belong chiefly to the genera Caryophyllia (Fig. 200.), Agaricia, and Fig. 200. Fig. 199. Columnar™ oblonga, Blainv. Upper Oolite,...
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1838 - 543 Seiten
...converted into flint and chert, the original calcareous matter being replaced by silex. (Fig. 199.) One of the limestones of the Middle Oolite has been...bottom of the sea. They belong chiefly to the genera GaryophyIlia (Fig. 200.), Agaricia, and Fig. 200. Fig. 199. Columntma oblonga, Blainv. Caryophyllia...
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1839 - 316 Seiten
...converted into flint and chert, the original calcareous matter being replaced by silex. (Fig. 199.) One of the limestones of the Middle Oolite has been...bottom of the sea. They belong chiefly to the genera Caryophyllia (Fig. 200.), Agaricia, and Astrea, and sometimes form masses of coral fifteen feet thick....
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Elements of geology

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1841
...converted into flint and chert, the original calcareous matter being replaced by silex. (Fig.237.) One of the limestones of the Middle Oolite has been...bottom of the sea. They belong chiefly to the genera Caryophyllia (Fig. 238.), Agaricia, and Fig. 237. Fig. 238. Coíwnnaría oblonga, lïlainv. Upper Oolite,...
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1845 - 316 Seiten
...converted into flint and chert, the original calcareous matter being replaced by silex. (Fig. 199.) One of the limestones of the Middle Oolite has been...bottom of the sea. They belong chiefly to the genera Caryophyllia (Fig. 200.), Agaricia, ana N&Vcea., aiA SCTKVC¿«TORS, Wax masses of coral fifteen feet...
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Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1846 - 305 Seiten
...converted into dint and chert, the original calcareous matter being replaced by siles. (Fis:- 199-) One of the limestones of the Middle Oolite has been...the bottom of the sea. They belong chiefly to the gênera Caryophyllia (Fig. 200.), Agaricia, and Astrea, and sometimes form masses of coral fifteen...
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First lessons in geology: with a special article on the toadstones of Derbyshire

William Adam - 1857
...horn-like projection, and was discovered in the cuttings of the Great Western Railway, near Chippenham. One of the limestones of the middle Oolite has been...consists, in part, of continuous beds of petrified corals, nearly retaining the position in which they grew at the bottom of the sea. They belong chiefly to the...
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Earth's Riches, Or, Underground Stores

E. W. Payne - 1859 - 223 Seiten
...the minute cases of the cypris. The coral crag of Berkshire consists of petrified coral, generally retaining the position in which they grew at the bottom of the ocean. In this a great variety of beautiful corals can be seen by the microscope.* The coal beds show...
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Earth, sea, and sky; or, The hand of God in the works of nature

John Marius Wilson - 1859
...kangaroo; the wing-covers of beetles and other remains of insects; continuous beds of petrified coral, in the position in which they grew at the bottom of the sea; the iguanodon, a stupendous freshwater lizard, supposed to have been seventy feet long; and a profusion...
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Chambers's encyclopædia

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1862
...the whole group seems to disappear. It attains to a maximum thickness of 190 feet The corals retain the position in which they grew at the bottom of the sea ; they sometimes form masses 15 feet thick. The characteristic genera are Isastrira (qv), Thamnaslrtra (qv),...
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