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'''Rock flour''' is very fine-grained [[rock]] dust and often the product of [[glacier|glacial]] action.
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'''Rock flour''' is very fine-grained [[rock]] dust and often the product of [[glacier|glacial]] action.<ref>Pellant, p. 251</ref>
  
Pellant, p. 251
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*Pellant, Chris. ''The Complete Book of Rocks and Minerals'', Dorling Kindersley Inc.: New York (1995)
 
*Pellant, Chris. ''The Complete Book of Rocks and Minerals'', Dorling Kindersley Inc.: New York (1995)
  
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Latest revision as of 18:38, 13 July 2016

Rock flour is very fine-grained rock dust and often the product of glacial action.[1]

Notes

  1. Pellant, p. 251

References

  • Pellant, Chris. The Complete Book of Rocks and Minerals, Dorling Kindersley Inc.: New York (1995)