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Significance of Fracture-Filling Rose-Like Calcite Crystal Clusters in the SE Pyrenees
Fracture-filling rose-like clusters of bladed calcite crystals are found in the northern sector of the Cadí thrust sheet (SE Pyrenees). This unusual calcite crystal morphology has been characterized by using optical and electron microscope, X-ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy, δ18O, δ13C, 87Sr/86Sr, clumped isotopes, and major and rare earth elements + yttrium (REEs + Y) analysis. Petrographic observations and powder X-ray diffraction measurements indicate that these bladed crystals aredoi:10.3390/min10060522 fatcat:3etmim6xlncqbpx4kr43bg4bkq