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cone-in-cone structure


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A secondary sedimentary structure consisting of small cones nested one inside another and most commonly made from calcium carbonate. They are believed to form by the growth of fibrous crystals in the sediment while this is still plastic.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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