Abstract

An occurrence of silicated dolomitic marble is described in which diopside zones are separated from the host dolomite by symmetrical zones of tremolite and calcite with interstitial quartz. Zoned tremolite–calcite veinlets are also found in the dolomite. The origin is ascribed to the introduction of water under open-system conditions after the formation of diopside.

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