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Saline waters and gases in crystalline rocks. The hydraulic properties of fractured crystalline rocks at 4 km depth were derived from the well test and a total of 23100 m3 of saline fluid was pumped from the crustal reservoir. The experiment shows that the water-saturated fracture pore space of the brittle upper crust is highly connected, hence, the continental upper crust is an aquifer.
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Saline waters have been frequently found and well studied in deep crystalline bedrock of Precambrian Shield areas, especially in Fennoscandian and Canadian Shields (Fritz and . Saline water and gases in crystalline rocks.
Saline waters have been frequently found and well studied in deep crystalline bedrock of Precambrian Shield areas, especially in Fennoscandian and Canadian Shields (Fritz and Frape 1987). The main anion of saline waters is chloride, while the main cations are calcium, sodium and, less often, magnesium. Association of Canada Special Paper 33, 259 p. ISBN 19216-32-2. 25. Fritz, . and Hattori, K. 1994. Sulfate in brines in the crystalline rocks of the Canadian Shield.
In fact, the occurrence of saline waters and brines has been known for several decades within the . In Saline Waters and Gases in Crystalline Rocks (P. Fritz & . No sulfides, only a few aggregates of rutile. CH–2A: Granulated quartzite
In fact, the occurrence of saline waters and brines has been known for several decades within the Canadian Shield, and their geochemical and isotopic characteristics have been documented in detail (Fritz & Frape 1982, Frape & Fritz 1987). The brines were encountered at depths exceed-ing 1 km, and generally occur in shear zones or in pock-ets, under high pressure (Fritz & Frape 1982). CH–2A: Granulated quartzite. Quartz clasts are over-grown by chessboard albite.
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