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Silcrete

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Etymol: 'sil'iceous + con'crete.' A term suggested by Lamplugh (1902) .
A conglomerate or sandstone consisting of surficial sand and gravel cemented into a hard mass by silica. A siliceous duricrust.

Ref: AGI


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G. Taylor & R. A. Eggleton (2017): Silcrete: an Australian perspective. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 64, 987-1016.

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