Mineralogy, diagenesis and hydrochemical evolution in a probertite–glauberite–halite saline lake (Miocene, Emet Basin, Turkey)

@inproceedings{GarcaVeigas2011MineralogyDA,
  title={Mineralogy, diagenesis and hydrochemical evolution in a probertite–glauberite–halite saline lake (Miocene, Emet Basin, Turkey)},
  author={Javier Garc{\'i}a-Veigas and Laura Rosell and Federico Ort{\'i} and İbrahim G{\"u}ndoğan and Cahit Helvacı},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract The Emet basin is one of the Neogene basins in western Turkey containing significant amounts of borate minerals, mainly colemanite. The petrologic study of core samples from two exploratory wells in the Doganlar sector, under optic and electron microscopy, reveals a complex mineral association in which probertite, glauberite, and halite constitute the major primary phases (without mineral precursors) precipitated in a saline lake placed in a volcano-sedimentary context. Other sulfates… CONTINUE READING

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