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The mineralogical characterization of Mars by different exploration missions, provides a new image of the earliest conditions that prevailed on the planet surface. The detection of extensive deposits of phyllosillicates has been considered to be as a result of the production of hydrated silicates through alteration and precipitation under neutral to sub-alkaline conditions. Although extensive deposits of carbonates should precipitate beneath a thick CO 2 -bearing atmosphere, only a few outcropsdoi:10.3390/su2082541 fatcat:vxf7ldpt7fgx3f7ftzpbz7xk7m