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"Studies of Fluid Inclusions in Halite and Euhedral Quartz Crystals from Salt Domes in the Norwegian-Danish Basin", Sixth Int. Symp. on Salt, The Salt Inst., V. 1, pp. 247–255. Google Scholar Garrett, D. E. 1967.

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Robust Archaeal and Bacterial Communities Inhabit …

2019/08/28· Robust Archaeal and Bacterial Communities Inhabit Shallow Subsurface Sediments of the Bonneville Salt Flats Julia M. McGonigle, Jeremiah A. Bernau, Brenda B. Bowen, William J. Brazelton mSphere Aug 2019, 4 (4) e00378-19; DOI: 10.1128/mSphere.00378-19

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Artisanal salt production in Aveiro/Portugal - an …

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Artisanal salt production in Aveiro/Portugal - an ecofriendly process

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(PDF) Biodiversity of Archaea and flora of two inland …

2010/10/01· Biodiversity of Archaea and flora of two inland saltern ecosystems in the Alto Vinalopo Valley, Spain.pdf Available via license: CC BY 2.0 Content may be subject to copyright.

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The ecology of Dunaliella in high-salt environments | …

2014/12/18· Dunaliella-like cells are may also be found within such brine inclusions. Thus, remains of large carotenoid-rich cells resembling D. salina were observed within 10–34 k.y. and 100 k.y. old halite crystals in a core from Death Valley

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Thermolytic degradation of methylmethionine and …

TY - JOUR T1 - Thermolytic degradation of methylmethionine and implications for its role in DMS and MeCl formation in hypersaline environments AU - Mulder, Ines AU - Krause, Torsten AU - Sattler, Tobias AU - Tubbesing

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Origins of halophilic microorganisms in ancient salt …

(1997) on halite crystals from a core beneath the Badwater salt pan, Death Valley, USA. Initial attempts using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to amplify haloarchaeal 16S rRNA genes were unsuccessful ( Fredrickson et al ., 1997 ).

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Halite crystals.jpeg 5,616 × 3,744; 1.94 Head of a ruler (MAK-AS-2431).jpg 3,744 × 5,616; 1.73 Head of a ruler from Saqqara (MAK-AS-2432).jpg 3,161 × 3,161; 4.76 Hoard from Nowa Huta — Pleszów (MAK-NH-64 ...

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Electrical impedance measurement of plastically deforming ...

2002/01/05· If a part of the added water is incorporated in NaCl crystals, it increases the defect density and might decrease the Peierls stress for dislocation motion. There are several reports in the literature suggesting that water may be soluble in or diffusible into NaCl [e.g., Green and , 1968 ].

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In fact, four crystalline habits of halite could be recognised (Fig. 7c): (1) small subhedral crystals (some faces present); (2) dendritic crystals (with a typical multi-branching tree-like form) with a hole in the centre (hopper

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Fluid inclusions from the deep Dead Sea sediment …

Crystals of halite were first soaked in 10N HCl (no halite solubility) for 15 min. They were then transported to a neutralization solution of Na 2 CO 3 10% prepared at halite saturation and to 6% NaOCl (at halite saturation), for 15 min for both.

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Starvation-Survival in Haloarchaea - PubMed Central …

2015/11/12· When buried, halite crystals are closed systems []; any glycerol released by Dunaliella should be trapped in fluid inclusions, available to their cohabitants the haloarchaea. Since Dunaliella (4–20 µm in length and 2–20 µm in width, [ 63 ]) are significantly larger than haloarchaea, the amount of glycerol made by Dunaliella may …

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Biodiversity of Archaea and floral of two inland saltern ...

Biodiversity of Archaea and floral of two inland saltern ecosystems in the Alto Vinalopó Valley, Spain Basilio Zafrilla, 1 Rosa M Martínez-Espinosa, 1 María A Alonso, 2 and María J Bonete 1 1 División de Bioquímica y Biología Molecular, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Alicante, Ap. 99, E-03080 Alicante, Spain

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Artisanal salt production in Aveiro/Portugal - an …

2011/11/04· Solar salinas are man-made systems exploited for the extraction of salt, by solar and wind evaporation of seawater. Salt production achieved by traditional methods is associated with landscapes and environmental and patrimonial values generated throughout history. Since the mid-twentieth century, this activity has been facing a …

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Life at low water activity | Philosophical Transactions of …

2004/08/29· Haloarchaea become entrapped and survive for long periods inside halite (NaCl) crystals. They are also found in ancient subterranean halite (NaCl) deposits, leading to speculation about survival over geological time periods.

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They lie into the three domains of life (Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya) and can be found in environmental niches on Earth such as in hydrothermal vents and springs, in salty lakes, in halite crystals, in polar ice and lakes, in

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The search for and analysis of direct samples of early …

2017/04/17· Backscattered electron imaging of Monahans revealed that crystals of sylvite (KCl) are present within the halite crystals, similar to their occurrence in terrestrial evaporites []. The purple colour of the halite is probably due to exposure to solar and galactic cosmic rays, and/or exposure to beta-decaying 40 K in the sylvite [ 21, 22 ], …

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SpringerLink - Biodiversity of Archaea and floral of two …

2010/10/13· As haloarchaea remain viable within halite crystals for considerable periods of time [], it is possible that haloarchaea detected in Redonda and Penalva could have been entrapped within fluid inclusions in halite deposits.

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(PDF) Origin of salt giants in abyssal serpentinite systems

2017/03/09· brine inclusion with an aggregate of cubic halite crystals in a serpent inite xenolith from Hyblean area (Sicily) 2601 Int J Earth Sci …

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Frontiers | How to Search for Life in Martian Chemical ...

2019/07/16· Figure 1.Photographs of halite and gypsum at acid (pH 1.6–2.7) saline (28–32% TDS) lakes in Western Australia, associated hematite, jarosite, and alunite, and its ability to coat objects rapidly. (A) White halite rafts of cumulate crystals in ~10 cm deep water at Lake Brown. ...

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Journal of Astrobiology and Space Science Reviews

Halophilic Archaea and the Search for Extinct and Extant Life on Mars S. Leuko, Ph.D. 1, L. J. Rothschild, Ph.D. 1, and B. P. Burns, Ph.D. 2 1 NASA Ames Research Centre, Moffett Field, CA-94035-1000, USA, 2 Australian Centre for Astrobiology and 2School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, The University of New South Wales, …

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Biodiversity of Archaea and floral of two inland saltern ...

The extraction of salt from seawater by means of coastal solar salterns is a very well-described process. Moreover, the characterization of these environments from ecological, biochemical and microbiological perspectives has become a key focus for many research groups all over the world over the last 20 years. In countries such as Spain, there are …

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Our Localities There are currently 335,041 localities listed on mindat.org. These are broken down as follows:

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Electrical impedance measurement of plastically …

Electrical impedance measurement of plastically deforming halite rocks at 125 C and 50 MPa Authors Tohru Watanabe, HPT Laboratory, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands Now at Department of ...

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crystals are predominantly halite (NaCl) with the occa-sional MgCl 2 crystals. Some CaSO 4, likely gypsum, appears to be partly intergrown with some of the halite. EDX mapping shows discrete C-rich features are in

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Graphite: Mineral information, data and localities.

Named "plumbago" in 1739 by Magnus von Bromell, but in a different sense than previous authors such as Agricola and Conrad Gesner. Also called "molybdaena", but "molybdaena" was shown to represent two species, molybdenite and graphite - as known today, in 1781 by Carl Wilhelm Scheele.

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cases, superposed crystals were determined by EDXA to by gypsum and halite. The examined coatings are 2 to 5 microns in thickness. SEM images reveal a distinctive texture of platelets, which occur randomly oriented

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Arsenopyrite Mineral Data

Arsenopyrite Comments: Polished section (PPL) showing crystalline aggregate of arsenopyrite (asp) in massive sphalerite (sp), typical of the main sphalerite lens. Location: Giant Kidd Creek Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide deposit, Western Abitibi Subprovince, Timmins, Ontario, Canada. ...

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