Abstract

Four drill cores. Anomalous high uranium concentrations were studied. Apatite forms by replacement of calcite during times of flooding of the normally highly saline lake. The flood waters bring in phosphorus and cause a decrease in both pH and ratio of bicarbonate to phosphate. Uranium is incorporated as the apatite forms or soon after. The beds do not appear to have any economic potential at present time.--Modified journal abstract.

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