calcareous deposit


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calcareous deposit

A deposit of calcified material, as in calculus on teeth.
See also: deposit
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Jeannin Gil, "Calcareous deposit formed under cathodic protection in the presesnce of natural marine sediments: a 12 month experiment," Electrochimica Acta, vol.
Calcareous deposits identified below the exposed deposit suggested a potential shared hydrologic relationship.
Figure 3 shows the calcareous deposit from a view beneath the pipe.
In this paper the fossils collected from the uppermost Cambrian and early Tremadocian calcareous deposits of Sweden, Estonia, Poland (boring cores) and Kazakhstan (Malyj Karatau) are discussed.
FES International's managing director Rob Anderson said: "The project's long life made it a particularly demanding technical challenge, as the solution had to be extremely robust and resistant to corrosion, marine growth and calcareous deposits.
Since pure calcium carbonate CaC[O.sub.3] rarely exists in natural calcareous deposits, for practical purposes, sediments consisting of > 85% of CaC[O.sub.3] are normally considered to have high-calcium content.