Where Is Limestone Found?


Limestone can be found in many parts of the world, and you can see little fossils in it because it is very soft, and fragile. Some caves, and buildings are made out limestone.
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Most of the US's limestone caves are between the eastern Midwest and the Appalaichan Mountains. Look at Missouri and Tennessee. Texas has a lot too. Sorry for the terrible picture
Kasota limestone or simply, 'Kasota stone, is a dolomitic limestone found in
The first element found in limestone is calcium; the symbol for calcium is Ca. Calcium has atomic number 20, meaning it has 20 protons in its nucleus. The pure element has 20 electrons
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Limestone can be found in lakes, rivers and on land. Limestone may be elastic, granular, dense or crystalline. Pure limestone is usually white in colour but impurities such as clay and sand contribute to different colours that limestone exhibit.
Limestone is found in great quantities in Oregon, Indiana and Michigan and various sections of Europe. The mineral (calcium carbonate) is mined in form of a sedimentary rock. Limestone was use as a popular building block during the middle ages. The great pyramids of Gaza are made entirely of limestone on the outer covering.
Limestone can be found just about anywhere that an ancient sea existed. They can usually be found on some continental crust, and surface due to erosion or roadcuts.
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