Medical Definition of Udden-Wentworth scale

1. A geometric scale of grain sizes which classifies particles of siliciclastic sediment from 4096 millimetres (boulders) in size down to 0.00006 millimetres (clay). This scale is almost universally accepted by modern sedimentologists (a type of geologist). It was first proposed in 1898 by Udden and then modified and extended in 1922 by Wentworth. (09 Oct 1997)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Udden-Wentworth Scale

U wave
Uab Meto
Uachtarán
Uathach
Ubaid
Ubangian
Ubermensch
Ubud
Ubykh
Uca
Ucalegon
Ucalegons
Uckers
Uckewallist
Uckewallists
Udden-Wentworth scale (current term)
Udine
Udmurt
Udmurtia
Udmurtian
Udmurtians
Udmurts
Udupi
Udupi district
Uehlinger
Ufa
Uffelmann
Uffelmann's reagent
Uganda

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