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January 01, 1994


In this chapter a series of case histories are employed to illustrate the methodology that should be applied in properly conducting a study of fluid inclusions in diagenetic minerals. Rather than attempting to make an exhaustive listing of fluid inclusion studies that have appeared in the literature, particular studies were selected to illustrate important points about the preservation of fluid inclusions in diagenetic minerals, proper approaches for organizing fluid inclusion studies, and methods of analyzing fluid inclusion data from the diagenetic realm.

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Systematics of Fluid Inclusions in Diagenetic Minerals

Robert H. Goldstein
Robert H. Goldstein
The University of Kansas Department of Geology 120 Lindley Hall Lawrence, KS 66045 USA
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T. James Reynolds
T. James Reynolds
Fluid Inc. P.O. BOX 6873 Denver, CO 80206 USA
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SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology
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January 01, 1994




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