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  • Argillaceous limestone

    Description A limestone that contains a significant amount of clay Argillaceous limestone is used in cement manufacturing Synonyms and Related Terms...

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  • Definition of argillaceous limestone

    A limestone containing an appreciable amount (but less than 50%) of clay; eg, cement rock Ref: AGI...

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  • Alberta Geological Survey Map 600 Legend

    argillaceous limestone interbedded with thin bands of dark grey calcareous shale; increasing carbonate content upwards and laterally towards carbonate buildups; basinal to near reef BORSATO FORMATION: grey to brownish-black, fine- to coarse-crystalline dolostone....

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  • Table of Formations Model (1)

    argillaceous limestone, part silty light grey coarse dolomite, dolomite and anhydrite Perdrix Formation Borsato Formation 15-60 m Cooking Lake Formation 50-60 m ....

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  • Geologic units containing Limestone

    Chickamauga Limestone - Medium to dark-gray thick to thin-bedded partly argillaceous, locally fossiliferous limestone Restricted to the western part of the Valley and Ridge province and Murphrees Valley and Wills Valley anticlin...

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  • Limestone NIST® SRM® 1d, argillaceous | Sigma

    General description This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for use in evaluating chemical and instrumental methods of analysis of limestone and related materials...

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  • Argillaceous sandstone

    Argillaceous sandstone, a kaolinic red sand of variable granulometry, presenting at times a cross-section stratigraphy and an alternation with red, violet or yellow clay, and beds of ,...

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  • argillaceous limestone

    en This interpretation is supported by the presence of fine, alternating laminae of light grey argillaceous limestone, or calcareous shale, and dark grey silt to sand-rich calcareous shale, as observed in thin section, and the characterization of the lithology for the vertebrate-bearing strata as an interlaminated argillaceous limestone and ....

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  • Blue Argillaceous Limestone

    This earthcache is located at the Japanese Tea Gardens in San Antonio This used to be the site of a quarry run by the Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company The Alamo Cement Company was chartered after Englishman William Loyd discovered what ,...

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  • Argillaceous

    The bluff is calcareous rock, and a sandy and argillaceous marl, with comparatively pure limestone Shell bluff--a fossiliferous ridge, the site of the extinct oyster ,...

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  • argillaceous limestone

    This interpretation is supported by the presence of fine, alternating laminae of light grey argillaceous limestone, or calcareous shale, and dark grey silt to sand-rich calcareous shale, as observed in thin section, and the characterization of the lithology for the vertebrate-bearing strata as an interlaminated argillaceous limestone and ....

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  • argillaceous limestone

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  • argillaceous

    All these argillaceous rocks are consolidated equivalents of muds, oozes, silts, and clays Loess is a fine-grained, unconsolidated, windblown deposit The term shale has been used by many authors generically to denote all of these types of rock...

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  • Lithology Tip Sheet

    lime mudstone: a limestone composed almost entirely of lime mud (micrite) and less than 10% grains (ooids, peloids, bioclasts, or intraclasts) Note that a lime mudstone is a carbonate rock A rock composed of siliciclastic mud but with carbonate cement should be treated as one of the fine-grained siliciclastic rocks ("shale", claystone, mudstone, siltstone)...

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  • argillaceous limestone

    Axial flow hydraulic pulse testing of an argillaceous , Abstract Lindsay Limestone is an argillaceous limestone encountered in Southern Ontario, Canada The Lindsay formation is regarded as a suitable geologic medium for ....

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