10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OOLITH»
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Geological Survey Professional Paper
Jeannet, Alphonse, 1951, Stratigraphie und Palaontologie des oolith- ischen
Eisenerzlagers von Hernznach und seiner Umgebung: Beitr. Geologie Schweiz,
Geotech. ser., v. 5, lief. 13, 240 p., 107 pis. Jeletzky, J. A., 1950, Stratigraphy of
Geological Survey (U.S.), 1980
Quaternary Sedimentation in South Florida
174 54. Thin section photomicrograph of arenaceous, oolith, pellet grainstone
with pronounced pelmoldic porosity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 178 55. Highly cross-
bedded oolith grainstone and packstone, believed to represent Q5 tidal-bar
Paul Enos, Ronald D. Perkins, 1977
Transactions of the Geological Society of London
Den Gegenstand dieses zweiten Abschnittes werden Betrachtungen uber die
Lagerungs-Verhaltnisse und die Bergformen der Oolith-Reihe , dann uber die
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Geological Survey of Canada, Economic Geology Report no. 22
He noted that, . . . the commonest type of oolith is built of chamosite in minute
flakes arranged tangentially, often with a central core of amorphous chamosite.
Sometimes alternating zones of a lighter and darker green colour are visible.
Beneficiation of Phosphates: Technology Advance and Adoption
Aggregation of phosphorite usually exists in the form of oolith and false oolith
structures. Varying quantities of carbonate, silica and clay minerals are often
interlarded between oolith or even inside the oolith. b. Phosphorite in China
Patrick Zhang, Karen Swager, Laurindo Leal Filho, 2010
O ochre A strongly coloured, generally earthy, regolith material – typically red,
yellow, orange or brown, and composed of clays and Fe oxide minerals. ooid An
individual spherite of an oolitic rock; an oolith. The term has been used in ...
Keith Scott, Colin Pain, 2009
Dictionary of Petroleum Exploration, Drilling & Production, ...
2) to use a compressor intake to decrease pressure in a well to increase oil
production rate (on compressor) ooid general term for any sphere-shaped
sediment that resembles an oolite or oolith Oo, oo oolicast a pore in an oolitic
Scientists Debate Gaia: The Next Century
guished in the evolution of this platform system: (1) platform growth in a "coral-
oolith" mode, with carbonate production dominated by reef-type organisms (
corals, chaetetids, rudists, stromatoporoids, calcareous sponges), as well as
Stephen Henry Schneider, 2004
Inigo's Stones: Inigo Jones, Royal Marbles and Imperial Power
But how did the soft young oolith dunes mature into the hard white Protestant
stones so easily carved and so ready to serve their king and his deity? Peter
Mundy suggested that the sea withdrew and then 'the heate of the Sunn' turned
the soft ...
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «OOLITH»
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Google's Marissa Mayer becomes Yahoo CEO
Oolith 5pts. Yahoo has an incredible amount of security holes in most all their products. Yahoo news, through organized well is filled with hacks ... «ZDNet UK, Jul 12»
The stone that built a country
Tiny circular deposits of it formed around grains of sand, each of which is termed an oolith. After millions of years, these dots fused together into ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Mar 07»