corestone

corestone

[′kȯr‚stōn]
(geology)
A rounded or broadly rectangular joint block of granite formed as a result of subsurface weathering in a manner similar to a tor but entirely separated from the bedrock.
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One of these is an asset management account (AMA), such as Pershing's Corestone Account (TM).
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The limonite-saprolite interface and areas of corestone concentrations were also recognised in some of the profiles.
27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Pershing LLC, a BNY Mellon company, announced today the introduction of Corestone Account(TM), an enhanced asset management account that offers more flexibility and a greater ease of use.
Pershing consulted with our customers in designing Corestone Account to develop a more robust program that raises the bar in asset management product and service excellence," said Katie Swain, director of product management and development for Pershing, "Corestone simplifies and enhances our asset management account, providing customers with a valuable tool for serving their clients' needs and driving the growth of their businesses.
BillSuite(TM) Improvements - BillSuite, Pershing's bill management system for Corestone Account holders who are NetExchange Client users, improves the client experience and simplifies system usability.
RewardSuite(TM) Enhancements - RewardSuite, the debit card rewards program provided exclusively to Gold and Platinum Corestone clients at no extra charge, offers enhanced benefits to Platinum users, such as airline rewards with fewer restrictions and concierge services accessed online or by phone.
Rounded cobbles that have not traveled far: incorporation of corestones from saprolites in the South Mountain area of southern Nova Scotia.
Recycling of corestones from weathered granitoids: examples from the South Mountain Batholith in Nova Scotia, Canada
These corestones are isolated rounded pods of relatively unweathered granitoid material surrounded by extremely weathered sandy material (grus), formed as a result of intense weathering concentrated along joints and fractures within the granitoid rocks.
The implication of the presence of saprolites at unconformities of various ages on the South Mountain granitoid rocks is that incorporation of corestones into sedimentary strata may have occurred in the past.