Geochemical transect through a travertine mount: A detailed record of CO2-enriched fluid leakage from Late Pleistocene to present-day – Little Grand Wash fault (Utah, USA)

@inproceedings{Frery2017GeochemicalTT,
  title={Geochemical transect through a travertine mount: A detailed record of CO2-enriched fluid leakage from Late Pleistocene to present-day – Little Grand Wash fault (Utah, USA)},
  author={Emanuelle Frery and Jean-Pierre Gratier and Nadine Ellouz-Zimmerman and Pierre Deschamps and Dominique Blamart and Bruno Hamelin and Rudy Swennen},
  year={2017}
}
  • Emanuelle Frery, Jean-Pierre Gratier, +4 authors Rudy Swennen
  • Published 2017
  • Geology
  • Abstract Active and fossil endogenic travertine mounts scattered along the Little Grand Wash fault are studied as records of Quaternary CO 2 -enriched fluid leakage. This study focusses on a particular area where a fossil mount formed in a near-surface setting by successive circulation/sealing episodes from Late Pleistocene to Mid-Holocene and where a modern surface travertine is still being formed by a CO 2 -enriched fluid source. The fossil mount is composed of horizontal and vertical veins… CONTINUE READING

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