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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
<p>This study investigates the geomechanical properties, rock mass quality, and correlation relationships of the carbonate Rus Formation in the Dammam dome. The rock mass classification systems for tunneling purposes, the rock mass rating (RMR), and rock mass ...
Reference: The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Volume 35, Number 2A, 2010
<p>This study investigates the geomechanical properties, rock mass quality, and correlation relationships of the carbonate Rus Formation in the Dammam dome.</p>
Reference: The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Volume 35, Number 2A
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