Abstract

The inverse size grading of bedded gypsum in the upper Miocene sulfur series of Sicily, Italy, is considered due to a seasonal increase of salinity concentration resulting from increased evaporation during arid periods. The finer grain at the base of the laminae forming the gypsum beds is attributable to retardation of chemical deposition during rainy periods.

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