Formation of Replacement Dolomite in the Latemar Carbonate Buildup, Dolomites, Northern Italy: Part 2. Origin of the Dolomitizing Fluid and the Amount and Duration of Fluid Flow

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Sarah K. Carmichael Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geology (Creator)
Appalachian State University (ASU )
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Abstract: Replacement dolomite in the Latemar carbonate buildup developed when limestone was infiltrated by reactive fluid. Minor-element, trace-element, and oxygen and carbon isotope compositions of dolomite and precursor limestone constrain the origin of the fluid and fundamental aspects of the flow… [See article for complete abstract]

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Carmichael, Sarah K., and Ferry, John M., 2008, Formation of replacement dolomite in the Latemar carbonate buildup, Dolomites, northern Italy: Part 2. Origin of the dolomitizing fluid and the amount and duration of fluid flow. American Journal of Science, v. 308, no. 8, p. 885-904. Archived in NC DOCKS with permission of the editor. (ISSN: 0002-9599) Oct. 2008 DOI 10.2475/08.2008.01
Language: English
Date: 2008

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