Middle Jurrasic Limestone Lincoln

Lincoln Cliff — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

Lincoln Cliff — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

The scarp is formed by resistant Middle Jurassic rocks, principally the Lincolnshire Limestone series, and is remarkable for its length and straightness. It runs for over 50 miles from the Leicestershire border near Grantham to the Humber Estuary, and is broken only twice by river gaps at Ancaster and Lincoln, through which the rivers Slea and Witham respectively flow.

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New Bryozoan Species from the MidJurassic Twin Creek and ...

New Bryozoan Species from the MidJurassic Twin Creek and ...

the Middle Jurassic Twin Creek Limestone in western Wyoming (and equivalent Carmel strata in southcentral Utah) is of great interest. Documentation and interpretation of that faunule is the purpose of this paper. The rarity of North American Jurassic bryozoans would suffice, in itself, to warrant description of these Twin Creek specimens.

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Strategic Stone Study

Strategic Stone Study

Middle Jurassic limestone area west of Peterborough, building stone was quarried around Barnack. It was exploited from the Roman period, although by 1460 the best of the stone had already been exhausted. From an early date, various types of Lincolnshire Limestone were transported from nearby Northamptonshire and Lincoln

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Lincoln Limestone Cufflinks

Lincoln Limestone Cufflinks

Lincoln limestone, is a sedimentary rock, an oolitic limestone. Dating from the Bajocian stage of the Middle Jurassic period 167171 million years ago. Formed from ooliths (small calcium carbonate particles) which formed around fragments of shell or sand and deposited under a warm, shallow subtropical sea along with skeletons of small marine ...

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Cement Plants: Middle Jurassic Raw Materials

Cement Plants: Middle Jurassic Raw Materials

Plants using Middle Jurassic limestones Limestones form successive escarpments across England at several levels in the Jurassic. These lie somewhat north and west of the chalk escarpment, and have been used for millennia as building stones, notably the Cotswold stones and the Rutland and Lincoln .

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Carbonate tidal rhythmites from the Middle Jurassic of ...

Carbonate tidal rhythmites from the Middle Jurassic of ...

Newly discovered carbonate laminites are described from the Lincolnshire Limestone Formation (Middle Jurassic, Britain). These occur in the upper peloidal unit of finingupward rhythms which ...

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Building stones of Greater Lincolnshire

Building stones of Greater Lincolnshire

south ridges of higher ground forming the Lincoln Edge or Cliff (of Jurassic limestone) and the Lincolnshire Wolds (of Cretaceous chalk). The remainder of ... finegrained limestone Middle Jurassic (Lincolnshire Limestone Group) including Lincolnshire Limestone together .

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Geologic units in Lincoln county, Wyoming

Geologic units in Lincoln county, Wyoming

Stump Formation, Preuss Sandstone or Redbeds, and Twin Creek Limestone (Middle JurassicUpper Jurassic) at surface, covers 8 % of this area. Stump Formation Glauconitic siltstone, sandstone, and limestone. Preuss Sandstone or Redbeds Purple, maroon, and reddishgray sandy siltstone and claystone; contains salt and gypsum in thick beds in some subsurface sections.

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174 to 163 million years ago: Middle Jurassic

174 to 163 million years ago: Middle Jurassic

174 to 163 million years ago: Middle Jurassic In the Middle Jurassic the seas became shallower and the Middle Jurassic rocks consist of limestones, mudstones, sandstones and ironstones, most of which are quite thin beds, rarely more than a few metres thick.

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The Middle Jurassic succession at Ketton, Rutland

The Middle Jurassic succession at Ketton, Rutland

The cement quarry at Ketton is the most important Middle Jurassic locality in inland England. For many years it has exposed the Lincolnshire Limestone, Rutland and Blisworth Limestone Formations.

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