The measurement of the sizes of mineral grains in sedimentary rock

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  • Granulometry (morphology) — In mathematical morphology, granulometry is an approach to compute a size distribution of grains in binary images, using a series of morphological opening operations. It was introduced by Georges Matheron in the 1960 s, and is the basis for the… …   Wikipedia

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