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Stoneco Lime City Quarry (Maumee Stone Co. Quarry; Lime City Quarry), Lime City, Wood Co., Ohio, USA

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 41° 32' 7'' North , 83° 33' 51'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 41.53529,-83.56426
Köppen climate type:Dfa : Hot-summer humid continental climate


A quarry for building stone in the Lockport Dolomite and Greenfield Dolomite. The quarry is located in section 11, SW ¼ in Perrysburg Township. Most of the quarry is now flooded (beginning in 2010) and abandoned.

In 2003, Stoneco’s Ohio quarries became part of Shelley Materials, Incorporated. Ernest Carlson (2015) lists the Lime City Quarry as the Shelley Materials, Inc., Lime City Quarry (formerly Stoneco and Maumee Stone Co.).



Mineral List


14 valid minerals.

Regional Geology

This geological map and associated information on rock units at or nearby to the coordinates given for this locality is based on relatively small scale geological maps provided by various national Geological Surveys. This does not necessarily represent the complete geology at this locality but it gives a background for the region in which it is found.

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Wenlock - Llandovery
427.4 - 443.8 Ma



ID: 2950656
Tymochtee and Greenfield Formations, Undivided

Age: Silurian (427.4 - 443.8 Ma)

Stratigraphic Name: Tymochtee Formation; Greenfield Formation

Description: Dolomite, olive-gray to yellowish- brown, thin to massive bedded, upper two-thirds commonly contains brownish-black to gray shale laminae; locally developed brecciated zones in lower one third.

Comments: Secondary unit description from USGS Lexicon website (ref. OH017) and OH005:Rock units forming the bedrock in the Maumee, Lucas Co., OH, and that crop out in the walls of a quarry are the Lockport Dolomite and the Greenfield Dolomite. The two form a thick reef complex roughly 600 m in diameter and about 68 m thick. The Lockport contains multistory stromatolite, thrombolite, and coral-microbialite reefs that were probably formed in a subtidal setting within a hypersaline lagoon. Lockport may be Wenlockian or Llandoverian to Ludlovian. In contrast to the mostly massive Lockport, the Greenfield at Maumee quarry is well bedded. It is Wenlockian, according to Shaver (1991), but fig. 16 of this report (after Howell, 1993) depicts the Greenfield as Llandoverian with a significant hiatus between deposition of the two units (Kahle, 1994).

Lithology: Major:{dolostone}, Minor:{shale}

Reference: Horton, J.D., C.A. San Juan, and D.B. Stoeser. The State Geologic Map Compilation (SGMC) geodatabase of the conterminous United States. doi: 10.3133/ds1052. U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 1052. [133]

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References

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Strogonoff, R.F. (1966) The common minerals of northwestern Ohio and their geologic occurrence: Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, M.A. thesis: 41, 43-44, 46.
Kahle, C.F. and Floyd, J.C. (1968) Structures and fabrics in some middle and upper Silurian dolostones northwestern Ohio. Field Trip Guidebook. The Ohio Academy of Science, 43rd Annual Geology Field Trip, April 20, 1968: 28-30.
Roedder, E. (1969) Varvelike banding of possible annual origin in celestite crystals from Clay Center, Ohio, and in other minerals. The American Mineralogist: 54 (3): 797.
Green, R. (1970) Ohio, still a mineral-producing state: Rocks & Minerals: 45(9): 584.
Green, R. (1970) Celestite: Rocks & Minerals: 45(11): 677.
Kahle, C.F. and Floyd, J.C. (1972) Geology of Silurian rocks, northwestern Ohio – Field trip guidebook for first annual meeting, Eastern Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, May 1972: Ohio Geological Society Publication OGS 2: 52.
Botoman, G. (1975) Precambrian and Paleozoic stratigraphy and potential mineral deposits along the Cincinnati Arch of Ohio. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, M.S. thesis: 45.
White, J.S. (1975) What’s new in minerals? Celestine from Ohio. Mineralogical Record: 6: 38.
Fisher, H.H. (1977) Ohio celestine: Rocks & Minerals: 52(8): 414.
Haden, J.M. (1977) Isotopic studies of sulfide and other mineralization from the Middle Paleozoic rocks of western Ohio. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, M.S. thesis: 24-25, 28-29.
Botoman, G. and Steiglitz, R.D. (1978) The occurrence of sulfide and assocated minerals in Ohio: Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey Repoirt of Investigations 104: 6, 8.
Mychovsky, G. (1978) The origin of fluorite, sulfate and sulfide minerals in northwestern, Ohio. Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, M.A. thesis: 16-17, 23, 24, 26, 37, 38, 42.
Carlson, E.H. (1983) The occurrence of Mississippi Valley-type mineralization in northwestern Ohio, in Kisvarsanyi, G., Grant, S.K., Pratt, W.P., and Koenig, J.W., eds., International Conference on Mississippi Valley Type Lead-Zinc Deposits, Proceedings, University of Missouri-Rolla Press, Rolla, Missouri: 425, 427, 429-430.
Medici, J.C. (1983) Celestite and sulfur from southeastern Michigan. Rocks and Minerals: 58(3): 127.
Robbins, M.A. (1983) The collector’s book of fluorescent minerals. Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, Inc., New York: 123.
Carlson, E.H. (1987) Celestite replacements of evaporites in the Salina Group. Sedimentary Geology: 54: 93-112.
Wilson, W.E. (1987) What’s new in minerals?. Mineralogical Record: 18: 61.
Carlson, E.H. (1990) Ohio mineral locality index. Findlay Arch and Serpent Mound Districts. Rocks & Minerals: 65(6): 536-537.
Carlson, E.H. (1991) Minerals of Ohio: Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Bulletin 69: 84, 87, 96, 99, 104, 108-109, 113, 118, 130, 141-142.
Carlson, E.H. (1994) Geologic, fluid inclusion, and isotopic studies of the Findlay Arch District, northwestern Ohio. Economic Geology: 89(1): 90.
Vasichko, J.W. (2003) Tribute to an Ohio classic: Stoneco Inc. Lime City Quarry, Wood County, Ohio.
Huizing, T.E. and Medici, J.C. (2008) Celestine from the Findlay Arch District in Staebler, G.A. and Wilson, W.E. (2008). Lithographie, Ltd., Denver, Colorado: 208-215.
Carlson, E.H. (2015) Minerals of Ohio: Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Bulletin 69, Second Edition: 135, 138, 145, 162, 168, 180, 188, 191, 200, 217, 238, 263, 266, 268.

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