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Tuff-breccia

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About Tuff-brecciaHide

A pyroclastic-rock where there is at least 25% of each of the main fragment size divisions (i.e. block/bomb, lapilli and ash.)


Classification of Tuff-brecciaHide

Classification of polymodal pyroclastic rocks (after Fisher, 1966)

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Jolyon & Katya RalphUnited Kingdom

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