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Iron Sulphides Precipitated on Rocks

Iron Sulphides Precipitated on Rocks

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KUL BHATIA / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY KUL BHATIA / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Iron sulphides (the minerals marcasite and pyrite) precipitated from hydrothermal fluids in rocks of the Haughton impact structure on Devon Island, Canada. The white, fluffy material is a mixture of sulphate minerals, including gypsum. The whole assemblage reflects both high-temperature fluid activity (the sulphides) and lower-T weathering and hydrolysis.

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