evaporite

NOUN
  1. the sediment that is left after the evaporation of seawater
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How To Use evaporite In A Sentence

  • The reef was subsequently buried and preserved under layers of evaporite salts and sediments and between 65 and 6 mya was uplifted to form the Guadeloupe mountains. Carlsbad Caverns National Park, United States
  • Howse about particularly pure evaporite deposits from old, you know ... Winter cover crop.
  • Subordinate rocks include thin units of dolomite, evaporite, Varangerian tillite and Precambrian crystalline rocks.
  • These linear depressions are filled with brines that are the result of dissolution of evaporites by fluids travelling up the flank of the structure.
  • It is proposed that evaporite dissolution led to the collapse of the weakly lithified overburden, and this deformed with a series of concentric extensional faults.
  • The upper miocene evaporite basins in the Mediterranean region: A study in paleo-oceanography. Biological diversity in the Irano-Anatolian
  • Chemical precipitation produces other deposits, such as evaporites, ironstones, and phosphates; and the accumulation of organic matter results in the formation of coal, oil shales, and hydrocarbons.
  • The key to understanding the mechanism lies in the analysis of the geological and hydrological framework of the basin, coupled with the timing of evaporite dissolution.
  • The Rhaetian-Lower Sinemurian shallow ramp units are composed of platform carbonates, evaporites and minor siliciclastic deposits.
  • Its salt became a layer of rock salt, called evaporite, which was then buried by windblown sediment. Lockergnome
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