It was with considerable interest that I read the paper on “Liquid inclusions in halite as a guide to geologic thermometry” by Dreyer, Garrels and Howland in the January-February, 1949, issue of this Journal, but I am at variance with the interpretation put upon the results and the conclusions arrived at by the authors.

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