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Aragonite CaCO3
Aragonite. CaCO3 c 2001-2005 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1. Crystal Data: Orthorhombic, pseudohexagonal.
Aragonite production in calcite seas: effect of seawater Mg/Ca ratio
richment in ~aO of aragonite relative to calcite is similar to that observed in Of note is the temperature dependence of the 6~3C of the biogenic aragonite.
The calcite ! aragonite transformation in low-Mg marble: Equilibrium

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How soft corals defy their environment: Protein favors calcite formation in
16, 2011) — Many marine organisms, including corals, build skeletons from calcium carbonate -- in the form of calcite or aragonite.
Cookin' With Farmer Bob: An anniversary gift of love and sangria
Sorry, honey, I couldn't come up with any gypsum, calcite or aragonite! Instead, I'm giving you the gift of food, which is a big part of our life together. When we were married at my parents' house on the island Aug.
The Future of Earth's Coral Reefs
Effect of CaCO3 (aragonite) saturation state of seawater on calcification of Porites coral. Geochemical Journal 38: 613-621. Pandolfi, JM, Connolly, SR, Marshall, DJ and Cohen, AL 2011.
Ocean acidification: climate change's 'evil twin'
Modelling based on a continuation of the current emissions scenario projects that by 2054, 50% of the Arctic Ocean will have crossed a chemical threshold known as aragonite undersaturation.
September 2011 Geology highlights: New research posted Aug. 5
Neoproterozoic aragonite-dolomite seas? Widespread marine dolomite precipitation in Cryogenian reef complexes Ashleigh vS Hood et al., School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria 3051, Australia; doi: 10.

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Aragonite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ARAGONITE (Calcium Carbonate)
Aragonite is a common carbonate mineral. It is unfortunately often thought of as the poor cousin to calcite.
Aragonite: Aragonite mineral information and data.
The principal member of the Aragonite Group, aragonite is the second most common polymorph of natural calcium carbonate (the most common is calcite ).
Aragonite Mineral Data
Name Pronunciation: Aragonite + Pronunciation Say ARAGONITE Aragonite Image.
Aragonite - Fire Mountain Gems and Beads
Aragonite, pronounced uh-RAG-oh-nite, is also known as tufa and tchazar crystal .

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