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A4), where it attains a minimum thickness of 292 m and is coarser-grained and has multiple conglomeratic layers.
The Follansbee South Contact Zone envelops a pyrrhotite-rich sulphide horizon containing arsenopyrite and specks of visible gold, at or near the contact between conglomeratic metasediments of the Bruce Channel assemblage and older mafic metavolcanic rocks of the Balmer assemblage.
The oil pay zone, a conglomeratic sandstone in the upper part of the Lower Cretaceous-Upper Jurassic Tsagaantsav Formation suffered severe formation damage due to lost circulation into an oil show-porous interval below 8,860 feet (2,700 meters).
The Cerro Solo deposit is a sandstone-type uranium-molybdenum deposit with mineralized layers distributed in fluvial conglomeratic sandstone of the Cretaceous Chubut Group lying 50 to 130 metres ("m") below surface.
Thick conglomerate-dominated sedimentary successions of the Horton and lower Windsor groups in the southern Isle Madame area show provenance variations with stratigraphic position, based on pebble counts, petrographic observations, and facies trends throughout the conglomeratic units.
The Ulukisla oil shale deposit underlies conglomeratic rocks and the average thickness of the oil shale bed is 13 m.
Mineralization initially ascended these structures and formed large disseminated zones within the surrounding porous conglomeratic host rocks.
At and near its base are pebbly and conglomeratic units with clasts derived from the metamorphic and granitic highlands nearby, and from material eroded from adjacent Early Carboniferous clastic sedimentary strata.
Mineralization at Lufua is hosted predominantly within altered and veined Katangan metapelites, overlying largely unaltered and unmineralized conglomeratic schist, and is believed to be contained within a shallow south eastwardly plunging fold.
A quartz sandstone bed in a dominantly conglomeratic section in the central part of the Lower Carboniferous Horton Group on Petit-de-Grat Island, offshore southern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, contains detrital zircon grains with ages ranging from mid-Devonian to Archean.