2 edition of subsurface Silurian-Devonian big lime of Ohio found in the catalog.
subsurface Silurian-Devonian big lime of Ohio
Gordon L. Owens
|Statement||by Gordon L. Owens.|
|Series||Report of investigations, no. 75, Report of investigations (Ohio. Division of Geological Survey) ;, no. 75.|
|LC Classifications||QE151 .A186 no. 75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 portfolio (17 p., 2 fold. col. maps)|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||77632848|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Owens, Gordon L. Subsurface Silurian-Devonian big lime of Ohio. Columbus, State of Ohio, Division of Geological Survey, The subsurface Silurian-Devonian big lime of Ohio, (Report of investigations, no.
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I usually mix itsand:pcl:masons lime, I figure the extra lime can't hurt, and I am trying my best to get the proportions similar to the old mortar, which might be straight lime mortar. I used some straight lime mortar from Virginia Lime Works once, but it's hellishly expensive for anything other than a small repair.