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Publications tagged with [carbonate rocks]

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<p>Calcite-forming by bacteria has been reported in various geological environments including limestone caves, and soil. There are four natural processes by which calcite is formed: carbonic anhydrase (CA), sulphate reduction, nitrate reduction, and urea hydrolysis. ...
Reference: Journal of Asian Scientific Research, 2013, 3(5):471-484
The Amu-Darya basin is a highly productive petroleum province in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan (former Soviet Union), extending southwestward into Iran and southeastward into Afghanistan. This bulletin presents of an assessment of this basin.
Filed under: Geology -  Economic Geology
Reference: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 2201–H
map showingthe distribution of karst in the United States
Reference: Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, April 2002
<p>The petrographic features of the carbonate rocks from the Ionian Zone in the Etoloakarnania Prefecture are presented. They are represented by limestones with minor dolomite. The limestones include:<br />(i) wackestones (or sparse micrites), with poor presence ...
Reference: Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece, 2010