PROMINE 2024-04-25T07:21:20+00:00 Ir. Guskarnali, S.T., M.T. Open Journal Systems <hr> <div><strong>p-ISSN 2354-7316&nbsp;</strong><em>(Media Print)</em></div> <div><strong>e-ISSN 2620-7737&nbsp;</strong><em>(Media Online)</em></div> <div align="justify"><strong>PROMINE</strong> is a scientific periodical publication of Department of Mining Engineering, University of Bangka Belitung, which is published every <strong>June</strong> and <strong>December</strong> in a year which covers the fields of Exploration (Geology and Geophysics), Geotechnical / Geomechanics, Minerba Processing, Mining Environment, Reclamation and Post-Mining.&nbsp;<strong>PROMINE</strong> has become a journal accredited by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education based on Number SK 36/E/KPT/2019 about the Results of Scientific Journal Accreditation in Period VII of 2019 . Defined as an accredited scientific journal ranked 4. Accreditation is valid for 5 (five) years of Vol. 5 No.2, 2018 until Vol. 10 No.1, 2023.</div> <div><iframe style="border: 0px #ffffff none;" src=";gs=PRHbZF0AAAAJ&amp;sc=3&amp;link=" name="statistik" width="50%" height="265px" frameborder="0" marginwidth="0px" marginheight="0px" scrolling="no"></iframe></div> Study of Limestone Diagenesis for Meluhu Formation, at Toronipa, Soropia District, Konawe Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province 2024-04-25T07:21:20+00:00 Hasria Hasria Abdul Jalil Masri Masri Ali Okto Bahdad Bahdad Sara Septiana <p>The research area is administratively located at Toronipa, Soropia District, Konawe Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province. The purpose of this study was to determine the type of limestone, the diagenes process and the environment of limestone diagenesis in the Meluhu Formation. The method used in this research is the petrographic method. The results showed that the types of limestone in the study area were wackestone and packstone which had undergone a diagenesis process in the form of cementation, microbial micritization, neomorphism, and dissolution. The limestone diagenesis environment in the Meluhu Formation originates from the marine phreatic, meteoric phereatic, and meteoric vadose diagenesis environments.</p> <p><strong><em>&nbsp;</em></strong></p> 2024-04-24T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##