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Definition of Calcareous sinter

Calcareous sinter
Sinter Sin"ter, n. [G. Cf. Cinder.] (Min.) Dross, as of iron; the scale which files from iron when hammered; -- applied as a name to various minerals. Calcareous sinter, a loose banded variety of calcite formed by deposition from lime-bearing waters; calcareous tufa; travertine. Ceraunian sinter, fulgurite. Siliceous sinter, a light cellular or fibrous opal; especially, geyserite (see Geyserite). It has often a pearly luster, and is then called pearl sinter.

Meaning of Calcareous sinter from wikipedia

- Calcareous sinter is a freshwater calcium carbonate deposit, also known as calc-sinter. Deposits are characterised by low porosity and well-developed lamination...
- Morphology can vary from mineratrophic wetlands to spring aprons (see calcareous sinter) Braided channelDeposits form within a fluvial channel, dominated...
- natural fusing processes Calcareous sinter, a freshwater calcium carbonate deposit Siliceous sinter, a form of opaline silica Sinter, a racecar constructed...
- Park and Steamboat Springs in the United States. Calcareous sinter is also called tufa, calcareous tufa, or calc-tufa. It is a deposit of calcium carbonate...
- gypsum – see the variety called "onyx-marble", actually a travertine Calcareous sinter – A freshwater calcium carbonate deposit Karst topography – Topography...
- Truso Travertines Natural Monument (Georgian: თრუსოს ტრავერტინი) is calcareous sinter or tufa in Truso valley on the right bank of Terek river at 2093 meters...
- Travertine Natural Monument (Georgian: ჯვრის ურელტეხილის ტრავერტინი) is calcareous sinter or tufa in Baidara River valley on the left bank of the road tunnel...
- flow of the aqueduct to become progressively reduced by deposits of calcareous sinter. Another threat was posed by vegetation penetrating the stone lid...
- tunnels with an oval cross-section, whose walls are often covered with calcareous sinter deposits. These are relics of very old solution processes in the sandstone...
- Tufa source and under the influence of moss the cr**** forms small Calcareous sinter. During the summer the cr**** dries out. Reelsen, Alhausen, Istrup...
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