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The impact-generated hydrothermal system at Vargeão Dome, Brazil, is a unique potential analogue for impact-generated hydrothermal systems on Mars. Its evolution can be understood through thermodynamic modeling, for which one of the necessary parameters is the composition of the involved water. The exact water composition for Vargeão at the time of the impact is unknown, and, moreover, the effect of this uncertainty is often underestimated in thermodynamic modeling. Here, the effect of initial water composition was tested by using a randomized set of initial solutions for thermodynamic modeling of the evolution of the Vargeão Dome impact-generated hydrothermal system. It...

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