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Definition of Limestones

Limestone
Limestone Lime"stone` (l[imac]m"st[=o]n`), n. A rock consisting chiefly of calcium carbonate or carbonate of lime. It sometimes contains also magnesium carbonate, and is then called magnesian or dolomitic limestone. Crystalline limestone is called marble.

Meaning of Limestones from wikipedia

- magnesian limestone, a term now reserved for magnesium-deficient dolomites or magnesium-rich limestones. About 10% of sedimentary rocks are limestones. The...
- The Hopedale Limestones is a geologic formation in England. It preserves fossils dating back to the Carboniferous period. Earth sciences portal England...
- sedimentary limestones in the thickness of the beds. Most cliffs of chalk have very few obvious bedding planes unlike most thick sequences of limestone such...
- Sullavai limestone of Karminagar and Warangal districts, m****ive limestones of Mudimanikyam, Nalgonda districts. Total India's limestones are estimated...
- The Bee Low Limestones is a geologic formation in England. It preserves fossils dating back to the Carboniferous period. Earth sciences portal England...
- Ammonite biostratigraphy as a tool for dating Upper Jur****ic lithographic limestones from South Germanyfirst results and open questions." Neues Jahrbuch...
- The Monsal Dale Limestones is a geologic formation in England. It preserves fossils dating back to the Carboniferous period. Earth sciences portal England...
- argillaceous limestones are limestones consisting predominantly of calcium carbonate, but including 10-40% of clay minerals: such limestones, when soft...
- of the Wenlock epoch. The formation comprises nodular to thinly bedded limestones, with variable development of reef bodies that can be found exposed at...
- genesis the scapolite rocks fall naturally into four groups. The scapolite limestones and contact metamorphic rocks. As silicates rich in calcium, it is to...
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