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Calcite-Dolomite Ratios VS. Insoluble Content in the Lockport Formation (Niagaran) in New York State: NOTES
Donald H. Zenger
The Lockport Formation in New York State is a carbonate unit, predominantly dolomite, which extends from Niagara Falls to Utica. Analyses show a lack of correlation between insoluble content and calcite-dolomite ratios, as determined by X-ray diffraction. This result is in contrast with relationships observed in many other carbonate units.
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