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Authors: Russo, M.*
Title: Il gesso delle valli del faurdo e del caolino (isola di Lipari, Messina, Sicilia)
Title of journal: Micro
Series/Report no.: / (2006)
Issue Date: 2006
Keywords: gypsum
Valle del Faurdo (Faurdo Valley)
Kaolin Quarry
Abstract: Lipari is the greatest of seven islands of the Aeolian archipelago. On the island there are two areas whose rocks are deeply altered by fumarolic activity. The first one at Pianoconte: Valle del Faurdo (Faurdo Valley) and the Terme di San Calogero; the second at Quattropani: Cava di Caolino (Kaolin Quarry). In these areas there are some fumaroles of low temperature (80°-100°C) as testified by the presence of sulphur and hydrated sulfates; among the latters the most interesting is the gypsum.
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04.04.05. Mineralogy and petrology

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