Editing Northumbrian rocks and landscape: a field guide

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'''foraminifera '''Microscopic single-celled organism with a chambered, usually calcium carbonate, test.
 
'''foraminifera '''Microscopic single-celled organism with a chambered, usually calcium carbonate, test.
  
'''foresets '''See '''''cross-stratification.'''''
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'''foresets '''''See '''cross-stratification.'''''
  
'''galena '''PbS Lead grey mineral crystallizing in cubes and octahedra. The main ore of lead.
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'''galena '''PbS Lead grey mineral crystallizing in cubes and octahedra. The main ore oflead.
  
 
'''gangue '''Non-metallic mineral (i.e. '''''quartz, fluorite, baryte) '''''in '''''veins '''''with which ore minerals are associated. Formerly of no commercial value, fluorite and baryte are now important products.
 
'''gangue '''Non-metallic mineral (i.e. '''''quartz, fluorite, baryte) '''''in '''''veins '''''with which ore minerals are associated. Formerly of no commercial value, fluorite and baryte are now important products.
  
'''ganister '''See '''''seatearth.'''''
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'''ganister '''''See '''seatearth.'''''
  
'''garnet '''Group of Ca, Fe, Mg, Mn silicate minerals of variable composition, often deep reddish-brown in colour, found in '''''igneous '''''and '''''metamorphic '''''rocks.
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'''garnet '''Group of Ca, Fe, Mg, Mn silicate minerals ofvariable composition, often deep reddish-brown in colour, found in '''''igneous '''''and '''''metamorphic '''''rocks.
  
 
'''gastropod ''Mollusc '''''with a usually helically coiled calcium carbonate shell (snail) or naked (slug).
 
'''gastropod ''Mollusc '''''with a usually helically coiled calcium carbonate shell (snail) or naked (slug).

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