In Cypher's she belonged--in the bacon smoke, the cabbage perfume, the grand, Wagnerian chorus of hurled ironstone
china and rattling casters.
Such fragmentation and the ensuing dispersion of gravels on the landscape are a further complication in the study of ironstones, arguably one of the least understood issues in soil science.
For instance, the international literature records terms such as laterite, petroferric contact, ferricrete, cuirasse, duricrusts, iron crusts, ironstones, ironpans, pisoliths, pisoplinthite, iron concretions and nodules.
, in conjunction with HATCH, has developed an enhanced direct reduced iron and segregation technology, originally developed on a lab scale by the Alberta Research Council, for beneficiating ubiquitous oolitic ironstones
into iron metallics and extracting by-products such as vanadium pentoxide and other economic minerals.
The anomaly is underlain by banded ironstones
, schists with alteration similar to that within the Bambari Permits suggesting that the belt is of Archaean age.
Overlying the ironstone
on the flanks of the fold are highly weathered saprolitic clays, poorly developed ironstones
Between 1993 and 1953, Devco carried out a major evaluation of the soft lateritic ironstones
, driving eleven adits in the three main bodies of ironstone
and cutting many trenches and pits.