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Discovery of primary exhalative hydrothermal dolostone in the Santanghu area, Xinjiang



Discovery of primary exhalative hydrothermal dolostone in the Santanghu area, Xinjiang







Chinese researchers discovered primary dolostone formed by mantle-originated exhalative hydrothermal activities in an intracontinental rift basin in the Permian, analogous to "white smokers" on the modern seafloor. Their study offered important evidence of primary dolomite formation in geological history.

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