yes, long enough
because it stonger and better and last long because it take decade before it is weathered
This depends on the size of the limestone deposit, the rate of extraction and the economic viability of the deposit.
How long does it take to drive from limestone maine to quebec canada
It takes roughly 55,500 years for one foot of limestone to deposit. Limestone sediment usually forms on the ocean floor.
coral is a plany. limestone is the poop of long dead organisms pressurised ocer time by rock. coral is a plant. limestone is the poop of long dead organisms pressurised ocer time by rock.
Limestone because it breaks easy
it takes thousands of years for acid rain to corrode limestone.
over a very long time layers of these sediments hardened into a sedimentary rock called limestone
i come on here to find the answer NOT answer it for myself
a seashell doesn't teachnally turn in to a limestone if it didit would take a lot of minerals and heat,pressure
The fine grained white limestone surface sparkled in the sunlight from a great distance, adding to the beauty of the pyramids. I think all fo the limestone was stolen long ago by invading armies, though.
Most limestone is the skeletal remains of marine organisms. Basically, laid down on the sea bed in layers, and compressed over a very long time, the layers become solid limestone rock.
cement is formed from limestone by combustion of limestone ( heating of the limestone)!
concrete is formed from limestone by the combustion of the limestone (heating of the limestone)!
Limestone and limestone formations.
Because limestone uplands with appropriate internal geology and surface drainage in areas of long-term, suitable climatic conditions are so widespread. Not all limestone areas support caves though.
yes it can, but I don't know how long it will take.
it takes about 15 to 20 min to dissolve
limestone man is a man made out of limestone.
Limestone is called limestone because it has lime in it from the sea water it if formed in.
Water is the primary cause for the weathering of marble and limestone. It slowly erodes away the surface over very long periods of time.
Limestone makes up surface rocks in a lot of different places, so discovering it is just a matter of looking at a rock or bedrock. Limestone has been used as a building material from times long before any recorded history.
Limestone is not a fossil fuel because it is not made from the carbon-containing soft tissues of long dead plants and animals. It is formed by fossils based on animal shells. Limestone is not used as a fuel but is used by industries for other purposes.