An evaporite is a salt rock that was originally precipitated from a saturated surface or nearsurface brine in hydrologies driven by solar evaporation
Diagenetic peperite in carnallite-sylvite bed, Zechstein of Germany
Gypsum tumuli, Salar de Agua Amarga, Andes
Exposed salt décollement, central Iran (halite has been leached)
Gypsum caprock, namakier in central Iran
Foundered Qom limestone slabs atop dissolving namakier, central Iran
Dallol saltflat polygons, Danakhil depression, Ethiopia
Above, there are the links to various sections of "The Works," one describes our comprehensive and tiered training programs. Another links to a database page that illustrates outputs from the SaltWork GIS database version 1.7, which can be purchased. There are other links to summaries of our consultancy expertise and links to various evaporite papers and e-blogs that can be downloaded from the website as hi-res pdfs.
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