Abstract

In many areas two or three lime zones occur. The insoluble content of the caliche is variable but exhibits regionally mappable trends. Insoluble residues consist largely of sand grains, clay, silts, and a small percentage of heavy minerals and gypsum. Rapid lithologic changes reduce possibilities for economic utilization but mappable CaCO 3 trends will be of value in determining commercial use.

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