Abstract

Rhyolite sand grains showing sequential replacement by glauconite have been observed in Upper Cambrian Lamotte-Bonneterre transitional beds near Ironton. No evidence of direct organic action during replacement was observed, but it is possible that accumulated organic detritus contributed to the physico-chemical environment favorable to glauconitization. This sand was deposited in relatively shallow water, near to shore.

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