Laurel Dolomite

Laurel Dolomite is a formation of rock that is gently sloping except at the margin. This rock is fossiliferous.  Laurel Dolomite has aquifer which is for farm and home use.  Laurel Dolomite forms bluffs along Floyds Fork which are likely scenic overlooks.  Steep slopes limit Laurel Dolomite's development potential.  It also has a tendency to slump if not drained correctly.  Sinkholes might permit the contamination of groundwater by cesspools or septic tanks.  Siting building land requires engineering testing.

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[Bardstown] [Alluvium] [Lacustrine] [Louisville Limestone]

[Waldron Shale] [Laurel] [Osgood and Brassfield]

[Saluda Dolomite] [Rowland] [Great Lake Limestone] 

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