Information for "Traits:Mixed"
|Default sort key||Mixed|
|Page length (in bytes)||1,137|
|Page content language||en - English|
|Page content model||wikitext|
|Indexing by robots||Allowed|
|Number of redirects to this page||0|
|Counted as a content page||Yes|
|Edit||Allow all users (infinite)|
|Move||Allow all users (infinite)|
|Date of page creation||16:20, 24 November 2014|
|Date of latest edit||14:04, 2 June 2015|
|Total number of edits||5|
|Total number of distinct authors||3|
|Recent number of edits (within past 90 days)||0|
|Recent number of distinct authors||0|
|Transcluded templates (10)|
Templates used on this page:
... more about "Mixed"
Mixtures of a variety of sediment types, composed of pebble / gravel / sand / mud. This category includes muddy gravels, muddy sandy gravels, gravelly muds, and muddy gravelly sands. +
Definition requires input from EMODNET hab … Definition requires input from EMODNET habitats. The current 'definition' is a catch all that needs specialist input and discussion. At present the 'slightly gravelly' categories (Folk, 1954; Long, 2006) are not included. Where does 'lag' fit into this scheme.ed. Where does 'lag' fit into this scheme. +
Long D.,2006. BGS detailed explanation of seabed sediment modified Folk classification. http://www.emodnet-seabedhabitats.eu/PDF/BGS%20detailed%20explanation%20of%20seabed%20sediment%20modified%20folk%20classification.pdf + and Folk R.L. (1954). The distinction between grain size and mineral composition in sedimentary-rock nomenclature. The Journal of Geology, 344-359. +
URL"URL" is a type and predefined property provided by Semantic MediaWiki to represent URI/URL values.