Baltic Sea minerals
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The sea minerals are found in the sea. At the sea bottom you can find gravel, glauconite, phosphate, chalk. The beach and shallow area formed of heavy minerals - garnet Ilmenite and magnetite - rubble, but they have no practical significance. Oil currently operates a number of Lithuanian seaside surroundings, but it is believed that more bodies are buried oiler underwater.
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Amber - the greatest asset in the Baltic
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Amber - is fossilized tree resin . Amber is used as an ingredient in perfumes, as a healing agent in folk medicine, and as jewelry.
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Gravel - loose sedimentary rock composed of gravel and sand .
Gravel used in construction for concrete production, road construction, drainage works.
It may also be used as a decorative material.
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Glauconite - Class of silicate mineral.
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Phosphorite - rock, which is made of superphosphate.
phosphorite is used in construction .
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Chalk - sedimentary rock, a soft porous white limestone variety, composed of mineral calcite.
Chalk is used for building materials industry.
The main tools used in school.

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Granite - magmatic rock formed from magma stiff.
Granite stone used in construction.
Ideal for both building interiors and exteriors.
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Oil
Lithuanian territory is part of oily Baltic region. Oil bodies were found west of the country.
Nowadays, oil is extracted from the Earth's crust mainly drilling. Oil - an important source of energy, it is the main raw material for petrochemical industry, production of gasoline, heating oil, kerosene, lubricants, asphalt, petroleum jelly and so on.

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