The state or position of beds and layers.
a series of visible layers in a rock that reflect the original surfaces on which sediemnts were deposited.
Layering or stratification in sedimentary rocks.
The characteristic structure of sedimentary rocks in which layers of different composition, grain size or arrangement are stacked one on top of another in a sequence with oldest at the bottom and youngest at the top.
The division of sediment or sedimentary rock into parallel layers (beds) that can be distinguished from each other by such features as chemical composition and grain size.
Landform. Layers of sedimentary rock that show different grain sizes or compositions. Bedding indicates successive depositional events. See Stratification.
The layering of sedimentary rocks. The strata are divided by the different sediments that make up the layers.
is the way in which distinct layers or sedimentary rock are laid on one another. The surface between successive beds is called a bedding plane.
It is the horizontal layers of the sedimentary rock which is still unchanged since the sedimentation process.
Bedding planes are only found in sedimentary rocks. They are the flat surfaces that were originally parallel with the surface on which the sediment was deposited e.g. the sea floor, the river bed
In glazing, the bead compound or sealant applied between a light of glass or panel and the stationary stop or sight bar of the sash or frame. It is usually the first bead of compound or sealant to be applied when setting glass or panels.
Method of glazing in which a thin layer of putty or glazing compound is placed in the glass rabbet, the glass pressed into the bed, the glazier's points (metal tabs) driven, and the sash is face-puttied over the points.
A characteristic of sedimentary rocks in which parallel planar surfaces separate layers of different grain sizes or compositions deposited at different times.
A horizontal fracture in the rock, especially in between rock layers A passage formed along such a fracture, usually low and wide
The arrangement of sedimentary rocks in layers.
layering in sedimentary rock; the surface of a bed is time specific
A composition of brick layersâ€(tm) sand and cement for fixing ridge capping on hips and ridges. The edges are finished off with a pointing material.
Sinking a pattern down into the sand to the desired position and ramming the sand around it. See Ramming.
the layering in a sedimentary rock, defined by changes in grain size or composition, and originally formed near to horizontal.
The solid rock that underlies any unconsolidated sediment or soil. Limestone and sandstone are common types of bedrock in Kansas.
Depositional layers or planes dividing sedimentary rocks of the same or different lithology.