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Literary usage of Encrinal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachusetts by Massachusetts Geological Survey, Edward Hitchcock (1835)
"encrinal Limestone of ... From the highly crystalline character of most of this rock, I had been led to suppose it older than the encrinal or transition ..."
2. An Introduction to Geology: Intended to Convey a Practical Knowledge of the by Robert Bakewell, Benjamin Silliman (1839)
"Oolite nnd encrinal Limestone partly formed by Animal Secretion.—Formation of Sandstone.—Repeated Appearance of Dry Land during ..."
3. Geological Survey of Pennsylvania by Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, J. Peter Lesley, Edward Vincent D'Invilliers, A. D. W. Smith, Benjamin Smith Lyman, William Armstrong Ingham (1892)
"Vanuxem describes the encrinal limestone on Cayuga lake (1842, p. 155) as a rather tough, brownish, impure limestone only 3 or 4 feet thick, ..."