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In the west and east , the Range divides about three kilometres in diameter , but ,
due to flow of salt into separate mountain masses , or massifs . West of Sakesar
away from the centre , salt may cover an area of more the course of the Range ...
In the eastern parts of the range , red laterites ( porous , claylike , iron - rich rocks
) are characteristic for the Upper Triassic deposits . Limestone layers in the
eastern parts of the range contain more clay , and the overall thickness of the
Beach , deltaic , and lacustrine environments range is extremely low , particularly
among sediments laminae and beds are rather uniform in thickness ; ( 5 ) that are
silty and clayey only ; ( 3 ) radiolarian and ribbon fossil fish , bivalves , and ...
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