found in Baffin Bay, South Texas, attracts the trophy-trout crowd, who wade and relentlessly hunt the next Texas state record trout, since the last two came from here.
In this section, the technique is used to determine the source location of PLBs in a thick oolitic limestone
Ketton stone, a machinable oolitic limestone
, was sampled and tested by Buro Happold for creep and strength characteristics and to decide on an appropriate mortar.
The Hirnantian (uppermost Ordovician) oolitic limestone
of the lower Fusselman Formation of the West Texas subsurface correlates directly with the Keel and Petit Oolites of Oklahoma (Fig.
The paradoxical occurrence of oolitic limestone
on the eastern islands of Great Bahama Bank: where do the ooids come from?
It's not concrete, it's rare oolitic limestone
from upper Umbria that has that wonderful rich, grey colour.
5 [micro]m for the Strimbes Limestone, the oolitic limestone
and the coral samples, respectively.
The stones are Oolitic limestone
and easy to damage,' said Dr Vanessa Winchester, a leading lichen expert from Oxford University.
With reference to arch formations (letters, July 1999) this is not an uncommon feature in sedimentary rocks, such as limestone, oolitic limestone
and chalk, a coccolithic limestone.
The two reservoirs are Neogene (Miocene) oolitic limestone
The upper layer of the hill is composed of oolitic limestone
which is more akin to the Cotswolds.
The terrain is fashioned by the geology of the hill; the upper layer is composed of oolitic limestone
more akin to the Cotswolds to the south and I am always amazed that good crops can be grown on such a rocky soil.