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A Theory for the Formation of Limestone Cap Rock of Salt Domes
Richard R. McLeod (1)
Osmosis, a new concept in subsurface fluid flow, is applied to the field around a shallow piercement type salt dome. In the process, ground water circulating under the influence of osmotic pressure deposits the limestone cap rock on the top of the dome. Limitations of the osmotic theory are discussed.
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