La morphologie et la couleur des cristaux de célestine du Jura vaudois

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Title
La morphologie et la couleur des cristaux de célestine du Jura vaudois
Journal
Bulletin de la Société Vaudoise des Sciences Naturelles
Author(s)
Andermatt P.J., Graf H.W., Meisser N., Graeser S., Richards P.R., Bussy F.
ISSN
0037-9603
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2008
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
91
Pages
15-31
Language
french
Abstract
The Jura is a mountain range which stretches from the Haute-Savoie (France) over Switzerland to the German Franconia. An important part is formed by sedimentary limestone and marls. Celestite is a fairly widespread mineral in these rocks and is typical for the Jura. It can be found in quarries and road cuts, and also in natural
exposures. Well crystallized celestites which formed in fissures and rock cavities were used for this morphological study. To our knowledge, no complete work on celestite in the Jura vaudois has been published so far.
Keywords
celestite, morphology, Jura mountains, Switzerland
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