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Dolomite Reserves

Rocks with Medium Hardness

Marble
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Dolomite Reserves

Dolomite Deposits in Eastern Continents

Asia
China, India

Africa
Morocco, Namibia

Europe
Austria, Italy, Romania, Spain, Switzerland

Others
Not Yet Found

Dolomite Deposits in Western Continents

North America
Mexico, USA

South America
Brazil, Colombia

Dolomite Deposits in Oceania Continent

Australia
New South Wales, Queensland, Yorke Peninsula

Reserves of Dolomite

Rocks are found everywhere around us. Reserves of Dolomite are distributed all around the world. The amount of reserves of Dolomite depend on the types of rocks available in a particular area, their formation process, composition, metamorphism, weathering, erosion, climatic conditions, their properties etc. Here you will be getting the information about countries with reserves of Dolomite. Continent-wise sorted list of Dolomite reserves is provided. Also, know about Dolomite Definition, Dolomite Texture, Dolomite Uses, Dolomite Facts etc. to get an overall idea about the rock.

Dolomite Deposits

Here, the Dolomite deposits are segregated continent wise; Asia, Africa, Australia, North America, South America, Europe. Along with the Dolomite deposits, learn more about What Is Dolomite and where it was first discovered. The deposits of a particular rock depend on its formation and the transformation process. Igneous rocks like basalt, granite etc. are formed when the magma cools down. Metamorphic rocks like marble, slate etc. are formed when the existing rocks undergo change in their formation process. Sedimentary rocks like coal, conglomerate etc. form due to the weathering of the igneous and metamorphic rocks. You can also get to know all about the Formation of Dolomite here.

List of Dolomite Reserves

The list of Dolomite reserves gives you detailed information about the countries with reserves of Dolomite. Countries with Dolomite deposit are mentioned below:

  • In Asia: China, India.
  • In Australia: New South Wales, Queensland, Yorke Peninsula.
  • In Europe: Austria, Italy, Romania, Spain, Switzerland.
  • In South America: Brazil, Colombia.