apatite

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a common complex mineral consisting of calcium fluoride phosphate or calcium chloride phosphate

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Co-author Richard Wirth of the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, who analyzed the rock samples with an electron microscope, said that the formation of Earth's earliest phosphorites was influenced strongly, if not controlled completely, by the activity of sulfur bacteria.
Between the Cambrian sand- and siltstones and Ordovician limestones occur the major sources of Rn: Lower-Ordovician obolus sandstone with P-rich layers of phosphorite that are overlain by graptolite argillite.
The deposit of peletal phosphorite occurs as unconsolidated sediment in
A sample of phosphorite recently mined on the island of Nauru was also ground.
The areas north and west from the Rebala and Voerdla villages are damaged by the phosphorite mining that has left deep openwork pits surrounded by high soil mounds.
Layers rich in intact shells and shell fragments of lingulate brachiopods, forming phosphorite deposits of commercial interest, occur at certain levels of this succession (Raudsep 1987).
In the report written on 18 June, Frohwein, the German envoy in Tallinn, states that the Soviet occupation and bolshevization will considerably restrict the German financial interests in Estonia, particularly those related to the oil-shale production and to the mining of phosphorite.
Phosphorite, peat, limestone, sand and clay are also found in this country.
Tenders are invited for Outsourcing of Exploratory Core Drilling evaluation of phosphorite
Between 1964 and 1991 approximately 73 million tonnes of GA was mined from the covering layer of phosphorite ore at Maardu, near Tallinn.
Uzbekistan has leading world positions in stocks of gold, uranium, copper, natural gas, tungsten, potassium salts, phosphorite, and kaolin.
Whilst more work and modelling (both geological & financial) is required; the REE results to date, associated with the Korella phosphorite, are considered to be significant and may have an impact on the future value of the deposit.
113 thousand tonnes, apatite and phosphorite 77 thousand tonnes, dolomite 429 thousand tonnes, limestone 179 lakh tones, magnesite 24 thousand tones and diamond 1883 carats.
However, about 75% of the domestic phosphate fertilizer market is divided among four market players: Ammofos, Minudobreniya Balakovo (both are members of PhosAgro holding), Phosphorite, part of EuroChem, and Minudobreniya Voskresensk, part of UralChem (2008 data).