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The origin of the bedded sediment is suggested as follows: (a) Periodical fluctuation of siliceous plankton (b) Secondary deposition of siliceous sediment (turbidite) (c) Chemical segregation Of these, (a) explains the chert layer formed during blooming and rapid accumulation of radiolarians, whereas the mud layer formed during the period of low radiolarian production. (b) explains deposition from turbiditic flow sorted particle size into coarse radiolarian tests and fine clay particles. (c) attributes the siliceous layer 2 Geology Based Culture?