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It is also highly improbable that severe HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse tilting and later partial leveling could have put all of the kernite occurrences at the same lowest level during deep burial because they are so scattered and presently at such different elevations. Finally, there is a complete absence of any pathway for the entering conversion water to have reached the kernite and the numerous isolated crystal massesor for the excess dehydration water to have escaped from any of the kernite or probertite zones in this soft, impervious, clay-surrounded deposit.

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These problems appear to make the deep burial theory unlikely. Original warm depositing conditions to form colemanite and thermal HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse to form the kernite and probertite, as in the current Rift Valley depositing trona in high-temperature pools; Garrett, and Puga kernite deposit models, appear to be much more logical for this and for most of the borate deposits in which extensive amounts of higher-temperature minerals are present. It appears that this is what happened: The ulexite would next be crystallized, consuming the residual calcium, and again only part of the borax would be precipitated but including the colemanite, the cumulative removal would be greaterso its 41 B should be HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse less negative from the now slightly higher B geothermal waters.

Again, that is what has happened: This strongly supports the mechanism described earlier, and indicates that at least the bulk of the kernite, colemanite, and ulexite in the world's borax deposits is primary. The fact that the colemanite on the top of each deposit also has a low B indicates that only part of the borax in those waters crystallized. This suggests that at that stage much of the last remaining borax escaped, which is what had to HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse happened to discharge the other salts in the entering waters, since they did not crystallize.

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In an attempt to explain how these and similar deposits formed, Foshag suggested that all of the U. There was no consideration for several of the deposits' having fresh water features, and colemanite's low solubility also indicating freshwater precipitationwhile ulexite always crystallizes from NaCl-saturated brines. There also was no concern for the lack of bed disruption or slump structures above the deposit, nor questions why priceite, ginorite, nobleite, and gowerite common colemanite alteration minerals were not present. Foshag's theory was widely accepted, primarily because all of the Death Valley deposits were highly fractured and appeared to be altered somehow 'it was not considered that the borates in such highly faulted adjacent rocks should be fractured, with much opportunity for local alteration near the fractures.

This theory was later supported by Christ and Garrelswho 42 1 added that kernite in the Kramer deposit was similarly transformed from borax by the heat of deep burial, and that probertite was produced there and in Death Valley from ulexite. Muessig also HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse that all of the world's lacustrian borate deposits were initially formed as the highest hydrates, and that they were later dehydrated by the heat of burial. These "conversion" theories were universally accepted, and many later authors added evidence to support them by describing obviously altered portions of the deposits or by quoting the ease of borate conversion suggested by hypothetical phase diagrams.

This thinking slowly began to change in the mids when students of the large, much less disturbed Turkish colemanite and colemanite-ulexite deposits found no evidence of conversion, and each major mineral appeared to HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse primary. In the mids the same thing occurred with the buried Argentine borate deposits, and by the mids even a few U. The southern Death Valley playa and Teels Marsh have areas with waters of the correct type, and probably contain some colemanite, but searches for it have never been made. However, even though such warm geothermal lakes and playas may not exist now, the combination appears to have been common during some periods of high-boron springs and active volcanoes in very limited areas of Turkey, the United States, and Argentina.

The mechanism of formation for the large buried colemanite deposits was thus basically similar to that for ulexite and other borates in modern playas, except for their nearly freshwater boron source and higher temperatures. Colemanite in its deposits has crystallized in three different massive forms: Nodules are quite common in many of the deposits, such as at Emet, Turkey.

Massive beds are also common, such as in Death Valley. Disseminated crystals are more rare, but were dominant in the Calico "muds. All of the factors discussed on ulexite or colemanite nodule formation, except for different brine compositions, would HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse equally to the other borates. Unfortunately, there is little data on groundwater and brine analyses, as well as sediment porosity for most of the world's borate playas in order to test this nodule formation theory. However, for two playas, Teels Marsh and Hombre Muerto, the mechanism is fairly apparent, and for Lagunita it can be inferred.


Both Teels Marsh and Hombre Muerto have one limited area of high-Ca groundwater entering the playa, and in both the water sinks into the alluvial fan and enters the playa from below. This has led to the formation of extensive ulexite nodules in areas where the high-Ca groundwater enters HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse can easily flow.

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The local springs contain some boron that has been concentrated in the playa brine, which is also saturated with salt. In the Lagunita playa, the small area with high-Ca water also enters through the alluvial fan, and is directly opposite the former geothermal springs.


In this playa, a sequence of inyoite, bedded and nodular ulexite, and borax all have formed, apparently following the depositional model suggested earlier. The deposit also has areas in which salt and glauber salt have crystallized, following the common playa pattern of some salts crystallizing in segregated areas. As several authors have mentioned, another indication of high-Ca and boron-containing water entering separately above and below the nodules is the presence of veins containing a brine feeding into the nodules from below. Most authors also have noted a compression of the clay surrounding the nodules, indicating that the nodules grew in place and progressively in size, 44 Chapter 1 Borate with thin layers of clay between layers of crystals, or clay entrapped as the nodules grew.

Thus something induced the nodule to form, and then grow in the near-surface of borate lake-playas for a long time. A descending or stationary high-borate water in the underlying muds, and an ascending calcium water that flowed over the nodule surface would meet this requirement. If the water from below or above was already saturated with colemanite or ulexite, it is HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse to visualize what was unique about the near-surface mud zone for the crystallization to occur only as nodules, and in that location. The few authors who noted the playas' permeability also observed that the nodules always occurred in the porous zone just above the first less permeable layer through which groundwater would slowly be rising assuming artesian aquifers for much of the playas' water inputor that there was a more porous zone for ground water entry just below or with the nodules.

The low-permeability mud would help create a reservoir for the boron-containing brine seeping down from the surface and delay its seeping further and escaping from the playa. In at least two priceite nodular deposits, Ca-water intruding rising into an existing boron-containing rock formation instead of a playa has been indicated.

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The small Chectco, Oregon deposit lies under and in a decomposed serpentine bed. There were brine feeder veins under all of the priceite nodules, indicating a Ca-depositing brine flow from below. It would have met a boron solution formed by the leaching of serpentine, which permeated and was descending through the upper muds, causing priceite nodules to form the reverse direction of these HAMA M1080 Laser Mouse is also possible, but the two oppositely flowing reactants appear to be certain.

In a similar manner, it appears that priceite and other borate nodules were formed from the boron liberated from anhydrite as it was hydrated to form gypsum in various marine deposits. Mouse Hama Laser Mouse M, Mouse černá, laserová, až dpi, 5 tlačítek + kolečko, USB.

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