- adj. Of or pertaining to a metasediment
“Some areas near this boundary have metavolcanic and metasedimentary rocks similar to 45c.”
“The Southern Crystalline Ridges and Mountains occur primarily on Precambrian-age igneous and high-grade metamorphic rocks, in contrast to the sedimentary and metasedimentary rocks of 66e and 66g.”
“The Kings Mountain ecoregion is a hilly, somewhat rugged area with some northeast - to southwest-trending ridges and distinctive metasedimentary and metavolcanic rocks.”
“The mineral-rich metavolcanic and metasedimentary rocks with slatey cleavage are finer-grained and less metamorphosed than most Piedmont regions.”
“The Blue Ridge Mountains (66) are underlain by resistant and deformed metavolcanic, igneous, sedimentary, and metasedimentary rock.”
“Cambrian sedimentary and metasedimentary rocks, including sandstone and quartzite of the Chilowee Group, underlie Ecoregion 66e.”
“The boundary between Ecoregion 66e and the Southern Igneous Ridges and Mountains (66d) is shown in Figure 1; it follows the contact between igneous-metamorphic and sedimentary-metasedimentary rocks.”
“Erosion resistant sedimentary and metasedimentary rock of Cambrian age underlies Ecoregion 66b.”
“The boundary between ecoregion 66d and the Southern Sedimentary Ridges (66e) is shown in Figure 1; it follows the contact between igneous-metamorphic and sedimentary-metasedimentary rocks.”
“The boundary between Ecoregion 66b and the Northern Igneous Ridges (66a) is shown in Figure 1; it follows the contact between igneous-metavolcanic rocks and sedimentary-metasedimentary rocks.”
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