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- n. A sedimentary carbonate rock that contains a high percentage of the mineral dolomite
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- n. a stone or rock entirely composed of the mineral dolomite.
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The soils are well drained silty loess over residuum, dolostone, limestone, or sandstone.
It's full of a high-quality aggregate the term for sand, gravel and crushed stone called amabel dolostone that's needed to build roads and homes.
Ideally, high quality gravel - like Amabel dolostone - would be sourced 75 kilometres or less from the Greater Toronto Area.
It proposes to peel back its potato fields to mine more than 2,300 acres 937 hectares of a high quality limestone called Amabel dolostone.
IMAGE INFORMATION: Except for formations such as this dolostone column of the Turkut Formation near the Khorbusonka River, the Siberian Arctic is flat.
Unweathered galena occurs along fractures filled with silica and barite and elsewhere as disseminations within the matrix of the dolostone.
Smithsonite (ZnCO3) is the predominant ore mineral, occurring as a replacement to dolostone and limestone.
When Mr. Elgar also wondered if the pit was really needed, Mr. Parkin told him the plan is to mine dolostone.
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