glaucony A green-coloured, marine sedimentary facies characterized by the presence of grains of the glauconite mineral family, which develop on continental margins and on ocean highs. Glaucony is of variable mineralogy due to the replacement of mineralogically different initial substrates by authigenic minerals of the glauconite family.
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