Abstract

The determination of the form of grain size distribution functions in clastic sedimentary rocks involves a certain amount of subjective interpretation. The subjectivity can be minimized, though not eliminated, by various analytical and interpretive methods. If the object of studying a size distribution is the interpretation of sedimentary history, probably the best method consists of making approximate analyses of a large number of samples and comparing theoretical distributions with whatever data are capable of being tested.

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