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'''moraine '''An unsorted deposit of rock debris associated with the actions of a glacier.
 
'''moraine '''An unsorted deposit of rock debris associated with the actions of a glacier.
  
'''nannofossil '''Extremely small fossil derived from nannoplankton, generally less than 0.05 mm in size, for example a '''coccolith.'''
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'''nannofossil '''Extremely small fossil derived from nannoplankton, generally less than 0.05 mm in size, for example a '''coccolith.'''
  
 
'''non-sequence '''Any (usually) minor break in the rock sequence.
 
'''non-sequence '''Any (usually) minor break in the rock sequence.
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'''nunatak '''Rocky summit standing above a surrounding ice sheet during glaciation.
 
'''nunatak '''Rocky summit standing above a surrounding ice sheet during glaciation.
  
'''oncolite '''Spherical or sub-spherical particle, up to 50 mm in diameter, formed by the action of algae in trapping sediment on the surface of a mobile grain.
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'''oncolite '''Spherical or sub-spherical particle, up to 5o mm in diameter, formed by the action ofalgae in trapping sediment on the surface ofa mobile grain.
  
 
'''onlap '''''See '''''overlap.'''
 
'''onlap '''''See '''''overlap.'''
  
'''ooid (oolith) '''Spherical to sub-spherical particle, less than 2 mm in diameter, formed by the concentric deposition of rings of (usually) calcium carbonate around a mobile grain.
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'''ooid (oolith) '''Spherical to sub-spherical particle, less than 2 mm in diameter, formed by the concentric deposition of rings of (usually) calcium carbonate around a mobile grain.
  
 
'''oolite '''Rock formed largely of '''ooids. '''Characteristic of high-energy, shallow-water environments.
 
'''oolite '''Rock formed largely of '''ooids. '''Characteristic of high-energy, shallow-water environments.

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