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Sideritic concretions in Illinois shale, gravel, and till

J. E. Lamar

Sideritic concretions in Illinois shale, gravel, and till

by J. E. Lamar

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Published by Illinois State Geological Survey in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concretions,
  • Siderite

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ.E. Lamar and Norman C. Hester
    SeriesIllinois minerals notes -- 46
    ContributionsHester, Norman C.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25504752M
    OCLC/WorldCa3146101

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Everyday low Author: J. E Lamar. SIDERITE CONCRETIONS IN THE FRANCIS CREEK SHALE 73 FIGURE 2. Siderite concretions in Francis Creek Shale in the working face of the H.

Porter pit, near Ottawa, Illinois. occur throughout the shale, although they are more abundant in some zones than others. shale is g/cc. DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE FRANCIS CREEK SHALE The Cited by:   Concretions are found in shale, occasionally in sandstone, and even in coal.

If coal balls are described as concretions, coal may also be included. Concretions are most commonly composed of calcium carbonate or iron carbonate, although they may occur in sediments that are lacking in either carbonate.

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The Mazon Creek fossils occur in siderite (ironstone, FeCO 3) concretions in the Francis Creek Shale Member of the Carbondale Formation, of Westphalian D age ( Ma).The Francis Creek Shale overlies the Colchester N° 2 Coal Member, and is itself overlain by the Mecca Quarry Shale Member (, ).The Colchester Coal is generally about 1 m (c.

3 ft) thick; the Francis Creek Shale. brownishtoolive-coloredshale,whichisfilledwithironstone aslight unconformity,gray shale, medium to coarse-grained,unconformablyoverlies the sandstone,which. Slate is a fine-grained, layered rock formed from sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash.

It is formed by heat and pressure being applied to shale-like rock. NOTE: Both slate chips and slate path occasionally have white quartz chips in the mix that come from the quarry. Slate Chips. The Illinois Basin is an oval depression that’s roug miles in the United States Mid-Continent—southern Illinois, southwest Indiana and northwest Kentucky.

Drilling in the Illinois Basin goes back to —and like many things, it was discovered accidentally; by drilling that was being done in a search for saltwater. Full text of "Guide to the geology of the Hoopeston area, Vermilion and Iroquois Counties, Illinois" See other formats.

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