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Lineation

Ernst Cloos

Lineation

review of literature, 1942-1952

by Ernst Cloos

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Published by Geological Society of America in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Structural -- Bibliography,
  • Geology, Structural.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMemoir (Geological Society of America). 18 (Supplement)
    Statementby Ernst Cloos.
    GenreBibliography
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE601 .C55 Suppl. 1953
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p. :
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18858756M

    Lineation definition: the act of marking with lines | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.   Lineations can occur on a micro or macro level. They have to do with the texture or grain of not only the small scale structure of a rock, but also the macro grain of a regional or continental terrain. Back in its infancy, satellite remote sensing.

    Level Digital Wallcoverings Lakeside Avenue Third Floor Cleveland, Ohio Phone: x E-Mail: [email protected] Web: Newsletter. Lineation definition, an act or instance of marking with or tracing by lines. See more.

    lineation definition: 1. 2. a marking with lines 3. a system or series of lines 4. a division into lines 5. any linear structure in a rock, as the ripple marks in a sedimentary rockOrigin of lineationMiddle English lyneacion from Classical Latin linea. Synonyms for lineation at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for lineation.


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Lineation may refer to. Lineation (handwriting), use of consistent spacing and letter size in Western handwriting to produce straight lines Lineation (geology), linear structural features within rocks Parting lineation; Lineation (poetry), the selective arrangement of text into poetic lines See also.

A stretching lineation may be visualised as a ball of treacle (molasses) which, when pulled, forms a cigar-shaped rod parallel to the direction in which it is pulled.

This is parallel to the direction in which a shearing force, as found in a shear zone, stretches the rock. Shortening occurs at the same time as elongation but in a perpendicular. Lineation definition is - the action of marking with lines: delineation.

Define lineation. lineation synonyms, lineation pronunciation, lineation translation, English dictionary definition of lineation. The act of marking or outlining with lines. An outline. An arrangement of lines.

n 1. the act of marking with lines 2. an arrangement of or. Have you ever used a ruled Lineation book. like this. Pages of this book is similar to foliation in geology and lines to lineations.

it is just a layman idea to have a picture of foliation and lineation in your mind. You can see that foilation is two di. Noun ()(geology) A linear feature in rock, often structural ; magnetic lineations (literature) The way in which line breaks are inserted in a poem *{{quote-book,Shira Wolosky, The Art of Poetry citation, passage=Lineation is very much a matter of syntax, organizing the poem's grammar across its lines in ways significant and central to the poem's meaning.}}.

The magnetic lineations clearly relate to the raised rim of the umu ti, and suggest that the umu ti extends m beyond the eastern and western edges of the grid, but the lineations were significantly offset and angled from the raised rim.

Lineations (International) [Robert Gray] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Card Wrappers. Define lineations. lineations synonyms, lineations pronunciation, lineations translation, English dictionary definition of lineations.

scour along edges of obstacles Dynamic, lineation Erosional and depositional processes possible, parallel lineations of sediments Dynamic, scour Erosional and depositional processes possible. Lineation. A lineation is any linear feature or element in a rock, and can occur as the product of tectonic, mineralogical, sedimentary, or geomorphic ions are the one-dimensional counterparts of foliations, and both are part of the fabric (geometric organization of features) of a rock.

Planes: B -bedding, J -joint, SP –shear plane Lineation: SL -slip lineation, FA –fold axis 4 planes and 2 lineation are recorded above. Notice how the planes have a three-digit/two-digit format and the lineation have a two-digit/three-digit format. Also, planes have the alphabet modifier whereas a lineation doesn’ Size: 2MB.

The lineation is pervasive, parallel to the edge of the book, but not visible in the surface that slopes to the right. Newhalem, WA.

[,] 87_ L tectonite in Marblemount quartz diorite, with two generations of pegmatite. Newhalem, WA. [,]. Lineation in a rock body is any array of pervasively developed linear structures with noticeable preferred orientation. The best known lineations are those visible in outcrops or hand specimens of deformed metamorphic rocks, such as schists and gneisses, but some lineations are primary features of igneous or sedimentary rocks, and there are no upper or lower limits on the absolute size of the.

• Lineation may be defined in a more precise way as any linear fabric element; it may be primary igneous or sedimentary structure or a secondary related to deformation • Lineation are ubiquitous in deformed rocks and is common for more than one lineation to be visible on a given foliation plane.

Lineation is a soft, texture-filled unisex scarf that knits up quickly. Perfect for knitters of all skill levels, Lineation is worked back and forth in an easily memorized stitch pattern making it perfect for social knitting.

Finished Measurements: 8” wide x 60” long (excluding fringe), gently blocked. "Poetry is the sound of language organized in lines." James Longenbach opens this essential book with that provocative statement. Through a range of examples—from Shakespeare and Milton to Ashbery and Glück—Longenbach describes the function of line in metered, rhymed, syllabic, and free-verse poetry.

What does lineation mean. lineation is defined by the lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries as The action or process of drawing lines or marking with lines. Foliation and Lineation. Foliation is a term used that describes minerals lined up in planes.

Certain minerals, most notably the mica group, are mostly thin and planar by default. Foliated rocks typically appear as if the minerals are stacked like pages of a book, thus the use of the term ‘folia’, like a leaf.

Lineation jpb, LINEAR STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS. Lineation. is a general term to describe any repeated, commonly penetrative and parallel alignment of linear elements within a rock (to envision lineation, imagine packages of spaghetti).

A lineation may be a primary igneous or sedimentary fabric element, such as an array of elongate K-feldsparFile Size: 1MB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cloos, Ernst, Lineation. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Edwards Bros., (OCoLC) Document Type. Fabric analyses are mostly linked to field direction through a lineation but very frequently without sufficient definition and description of the type of lineation.

Mere reference to “lineation” or “b axes” is wholly inadequate in view of the fact that 15 different kinds of lineation may occur.ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Twenty-one of these poems were published in in Robert Gray's New and selected poems"--Title page verso.Join five poets with varied approaches to lineation as they discuss these and other questions, and offer concrete strategies for making potent use of the line.

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