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  • Much soil and bedrock in this series has been removed during mining operations.
  • The effects of the impact can clearly be seen in the bedrock in the area.
  • It means that not only soil but also bedrock in the ground collapses.
  • Later exploration to bedrock in pursuit of hard-rock ores met with little success.
  • The glade areas proper have very shallow soil or exposed bedrock in some areas.
  • The permeability levels of bedrock in the area of interest dictate surface water in the region.
  • The latter have cut down exposing bedrock in places.
  • However, the bedrock in the foundation and abutments must be sound to withstand the pressure of the water.
  • They were attempting to dig to bedrock in the middle of a flowing river.
  • The commission drilled holes to the bedrock in a number of places.
  • Bedrock in the range is almost entirely made up of a coarse-grained fresh granite batholith.
  • The material of these artifacts are dissimilar to the bedrock in the area.
  • There are four different types of bedrock in Manhattan.
  • Much of the bedrock in the county is volcanic in origin and formed during the Triassic period (hence the name).
  • The resulting erosion exposed bedrock in many parts of the city, which was charred in most places to a pitted, dark black appearance.
  • The bedrock in the area consists of triassic rock, mainly sandstone and conglomerate.
  • The original bedrock in the area was fractured and a powder of crushed rocks was forced into all the fractures.
  • However, there is little limestone bedrock in the watershed, unlike many watersheds in Pennsylvania.
  • An average of about 1630 eggs are laid in single clump loosely attached to bedrock in streams.
  • The evacuation of these two buildings delayed the contractor's plan to use controlled blasting to remove bedrock in the southern section of the launch box.
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