The First Finds of Glendonite in Permian Deposits of the North Okhotsk Region, Northeastern Asia
Pseudomorphoses of calcite after ikàite are stellar rosette-like spheroid crystal nodules or clusters of up to 10 cm in cross size. These units are considered by many researchers as an indicator of low temperatures in a sedimentation basin (around 0̊C) [1—3]. They have repeatedly been found in Mesozoic and Cenozoic deposits of Siberia and the Russian Far East [1, 4, 5].
Biakov, A. S.; Goryachev, N. A.; Davydov, V. I.; and Vedernikov, I. L.. (2013). "The First Finds of Glendonite in Permian Deposits of the North Okhotsk Region, Northeastern Asia". Doklady Earth Sciences, 451(1), 716-718. https://doi.org/10.1134/S1028334X13070210