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The Ordovician System in Kansas includes thick sequences of dolomite and dolomitic limestone overlain by sandy dolomite sandstone limestone and shale All are found in the subsurface Their distribution (Fig 3) is statewide except in places on the Central Kansas uplift and the Nemaha anticline
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Hydrothermal Dolomitization of Upper Ordovician Limestone

AbstractNarrow (tens of meters) vertical bodies of dolomite replace a nonporous Upper Ordovician (lower Chatfieldian) limestone along the leading limb of an asymmetric faulted anticline well inboard (∼300 km) of the northern Appalachian orogen central-east Canada Patterns of geometry texture and geochemistry suggest that dolomitizing fluids were focused (possibly along microfractures
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CONTROLS ON DOLOMITIZATION OF THE UPPER

The Late Middle Ordovician Trenton Limestone is a highly productive carbonate hydrocarbon reservoir across the eastern United States Enhanced secondary porosity and permeability within the Trenton Limestone generated by hydrothermal dolomitization (HTD) in Michigan and New York have allowed for extensive hydrocarbon reservoirs to be
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Hydrothermal Dolomitization of Upper Ordovician Limestone

AbstractNarrow (tens of meters) vertical bodies of dolomite replace a nonporous Upper Ordovician (lower Chatfieldian) limestone along the leading limb of an asymmetric faulted anticline well inboard (∼300 km) of the northern Appalachian orogen central-east Canada Patterns of geometry texture and geochemistry suggest that dolomitizing fluids were focused (possibly along microfractures
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CONTROLS ON DOLOMITIZATION OF THE UPPER

The Late Middle Ordovician Trenton Limestone is a highly productive carbonate hydrocarbon reservoir across the eastern United States Enhanced secondary porosity and permeability within the Trenton Limestone generated by hydrothermal dolomitization (HTD) in Michigan and New York have allowed for extensive hydrocarbon reservoirs to be
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Prepared by Missouri Department of Natural Resources

Limestone Deeply Buried Beneath Tertiary-Cretaceous Rock Strata Thick Dolomite and Calcitic Dolomite in Lower Ordovician-Cambrian Rock Strata Thick Calcite Limestone and Dolomitic Limestone in Mississippian-Devonian-Middle Ordovician Strata Relatively Thin Calcite Limestone Units Alternating with Shale Units in Pennsylvanian Rock Strata A A' S
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Carbonate Rocks of Cambrian and Ordovician Age

Quartzite The name Allentown Limestone was proposed for the stratigraphically younger oolitic dolomite of Late Cambrian age that characteristically weathers light and dark gray The Coplay in cluded limestone and dolomite of Early Ordovician age B L Miller D M
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Ordovician

Upper Ordovician rocks (Cincinnatian) die to shinning and lateral and vertical gradation of the shale and increasing amounts of Limestone and dolomite In the Northern Peninsula the Upper Ordovician rocks of the outcrop area are considered Richmond in age and are correlated with the Maquoketa shale of Wisconsin and Illinois
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Prepared by Missouri Department of Natural Resources

Limestone Deeply Buried Beneath Tertiary-Cretaceous Rock Strata Thick Dolomite and Calcitic Dolomite in Lower Ordovician-Cambrian Rock Strata Thick Calcite Limestone and Dolomitic Limestone in Mississippian-Devonian-Middle Ordovician Strata Relatively Thin Calcite Limestone Units Alternating with Shale Units in Pennsylvanian Rock Strata A A' S
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CONTROLS ON DOLOMITIZATION OF THE UPPER

The Late Middle Ordovician Trenton Limestone is a highly productive carbonate hydrocarbon reservoir across the eastern United States Enhanced secondary porosity and permeability within the Trenton Limestone generated by hydrothermal dolomitization (HTD) in Michigan and New York have allowed for extensive hydrocarbon reservoirs to be
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What is the difference between dolomite and limestone?

Mar 26 2018Limestone vs Dolomite Both limestone and dolomite are types of rock made of carbonate precipitation The patterns of the way they behave chemically are almost the same with varied intensities However the structure and the formation of these rock
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Eastern Wisconsin Ordovician Fossil

Aug 28 2012The limestone there is dolomite - very hard glistening and difficult to fragment Cindy the park naturalist was nice enough to refer me to a vegetation-covered slope that sometimes washes out brachiopods when it rains This fossil is all I was able to find Anyway it proves my pointthere ARE fossils in Eastern Wisconsin
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What is the difference between dolomite and limestone?

Mar 26 2018Limestone vs Dolomite Both limestone and dolomite are types of rock made of carbonate precipitation The patterns of the way they behave chemically are almost the same with varied intensities However the structure and the formation of these rock
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Geology of Michigan

limestone to marble and shale became slate or mica schist The youngest Precambrian rocks such as those of the Keweenaw Period on the Keweenaw Peninsula have not been metamorphosed and have remained largely unchanged as basalts sandstones and conglomerates Even these nonmetamorphosed rocks however have been tilted folded and faulted
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Ordovician

Upper Ordovician rocks (Cincinnatian) die to shinning and lateral and vertical gradation of the shale and increasing amounts of Limestone and dolomite In the Northern Peninsula the Upper Ordovician rocks of the outcrop area are considered Richmond in age and are correlated with the Maquoketa shale of Wisconsin and Illinois
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CONTROLS ON DOLOMITIZATION OF THE UPPER

The Late Middle Ordovician Trenton Limestone is a highly productive carbonate hydrocarbon reservoir across the eastern United States Enhanced secondary porosity and permeability within the Trenton Limestone generated by hydrothermal dolomitization (HTD) in Michigan and New York have allowed for extensive hydrocarbon reservoirs to be
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THE GEOLOGY OF OHIO

The base of the Ordovician System in Ohio is nowhere exposed in the state and was long interpreted to be at the Knox unconformity the boundary between the Knox Dolomite and the overlying Wells Creek Formation The upper part of the Knox Dolomite is now thought to be Early Ordovician in age
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Eastern Wisconsin Ordovician Fossil

Aug 28 2012The limestone there is dolomite - very hard glistening and difficult to fragment Cindy the park naturalist was nice enough to refer me to a vegetation-covered slope that sometimes washes out brachiopods when it rains This fossil is all I was able to find Anyway it proves my pointthere ARE fossils in Eastern Wisconsin
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Ca isotope study of Ordovician dolomite limestone and

Nov 30 2009A large difference of 0 61‰ was found between dolomite (− 1 61‰) and its precursor limestone (− 1 05‰) in the late Ordovician Yeoman Formation of the Williston Basin The low value for dolomite expands the range of literature values by 50%
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Prepared by Missouri Department of Natural Resources

Limestone Deeply Buried Beneath Tertiary-Cretaceous Rock Strata Thick Dolomite and Calcitic Dolomite in Lower Ordovician-Cambrian Rock Strata Thick Calcite Limestone and Dolomitic Limestone in Mississippian-Devonian-Middle Ordovician Strata Relatively Thin Calcite Limestone Units Alternating with Shale Units in Pennsylvanian Rock Strata A A' S
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Limestone Veneer Dolomitic Limestone Limestone Panels

MDL is an "Oneota Limestone" that has been called "Winona Travertine" because its solution cavities give it a texture similar to spring deposited limestone though it is a sedimentary limestone of the Ordovician Era Its composition is primarily calcium carbonate and magnesium with traces of quartzite
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Eastern Wisconsin Ordovician Fossil

Aug 28 2012The limestone there is dolomite - very hard glistening and difficult to fragment Cindy the park naturalist was nice enough to refer me to a vegetation-covered slope that sometimes washes out brachiopods when it rains This fossil is all I was able to find Anyway it proves my pointthere ARE fossils in Eastern Wisconsin
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Prepared by Missouri Department of Natural Resources

Limestone Deeply Buried Beneath Tertiary-Cretaceous Rock Strata Thick Dolomite and Calcitic Dolomite in Lower Ordovician-Cambrian Rock Strata Thick Calcite Limestone and Dolomitic Limestone in Mississippian-Devonian-Middle Ordovician Strata Relatively Thin Calcite Limestone Units Alternating with Shale Units in Pennsylvanian Rock Strata A A' S
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Trenton Limestone

Ordovician Type designation Type locality The Trenton Limestone was apparently named by Vanuxem (1838 p 257) for rocks that were exposed at Trenton Falls in Oneida County New York and that were about 100 ft (30 m) thick (Gray 1970 Keith 1986) History of usage
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Limestone and dolomite in Kentucky

Analysis has been completed on limestone and dolomite of the High Bridge Group (Ordovician) recovered in north-central Kentucky cores The High Bridge Group is a major source of construction aggregate and chemically pure stone for lime manufacture in central and north-central Kentucky
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Limestone and dolomite in Kentucky

Analysis has been completed on limestone and dolomite of the High Bridge Group (Ordovician) recovered in north-central Kentucky cores The High Bridge Group is a major source of construction aggregate and chemically pure stone for lime manufacture in central and north-central Kentucky
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Eastern Wisconsin Ordovician Fossil

Aug 28 2012The limestone there is dolomite - very hard glistening and difficult to fragment Cindy the park naturalist was nice enough to refer me to a vegetation-covered slope that sometimes washes out brachiopods when it rains This fossil is all I was able to find Anyway it proves my pointthere ARE fossils in Eastern Wisconsin
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Limestone Industry

In central Kentucky Ordovician limestone and dolomite are mined and quarried for construction aggregate Stone is being produced from the High Bridge Group and the overlying Lexington Limestone The High Bridge Group consists of three formations in descending stratigraphic order the Tyrone Limestone Oregon Formation and Camp Nelson Limestone
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