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Hot springs along Sulphur Creek in Colusa County, California, have been recognized for about 130 years. Several researchers have proposed that the hot spring fluid there is derived from mixing of “connate” or “evolved connate” water which is derived from ancient seawater deposited in the Mesozoic sedimentary rocks. This water, which is similar in composition to Complexion Spring, mixes with meteoric water to form Wilbur Springs and other hot spring waters along Sulphur Creek. A δD - δ18O plot shows that Complexion Spring really does not plot along this trend; it must be isotopically modified to plot...

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