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What are the events in the formation of an evaporite?
November 19, 2014 5:50PM
An evaporite is a sedimentary rock that is soluble in water. It occurs where there is a lake that evaporates more quickly than rain or river water enters the lake. The water evaporates and the rich mineral sediment becomes a rock or a crystal.
Describe the sequence of events in the formation of an evaporite?
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