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Pelagic clay is one of the several types of soil that can be found on the floors of deep oceans. Not surprisingly, such layers occasionally contain an aquifer. Despite the name, pelagic clay cannot be fired in a kiln.
Peat was much too high. This assumes it has some water in it. [INORGANIC:PELAGIC_CLAY] [USE_MATERIAL_TEMPLATE:SOIL_TEMPLATE] [STATE_NAME_ADJ:ALL_SOLID:pelagic clay][DISPLAY_COLOR:4:6:0][TILE:176] [SOIL_OCEAN][AQUIFER] [SOLID_DENSITY:2200]
|Topsoil||Loam • Loamy sand • Peat • Sandy clay loam • Sandy loam • Silt • Silt loam • Silty clay loam|
|Ocean Floor||Calcareous ooze • Pelagic clay • Siliceous ooze|
|Sand||Sand (tan) • Black sand • Red sand • White sand • Yellow sand|
|Clay||Clay • Clay loam • Fire clay • Sandy clay • Silty clay|