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Database of global glendonite and ikaite records throughout the Phanerozoic

Mikhail Rogov1, Victoria Ershova1,2, Oleg Vereshchagin2, Kseniia Vasileva2, Kseniia Mikhailova2, and Aleksei Krylov2,3 Mikhail Rogov et al.
  • 1Geological Institute of RAS, Moscow 119017, Russia
  • 2Institute of Earth Sciences, St. Petersburg State University, 199034 St. Petersburg, Russia
  • 3VNIIOkeangeologia, 190121, St. Petersburg, Russia

Abstract. This database of Phanerozoic occurrences and isotopic characteristics of metastable cold-water calcium carbonate hexahydrate (ikaite; CaCO3·6H2O) and their associated carbonate pseudomorphs (glendonites) has been compiled from academic publications and open-access reports. Our database including 690 occurrences reveals that glendonites characterize cold-water environments, although their distribution is highly irregular in space and time. A significant body of evidence suggests that glendonite occurrences are restricted mainly to cold-water settings, however they do not occur during every glaciation or cooling event of the Phanerozoic. While Quaternary glendonites and ikaites have been described from all major ocean basins, older occurrences have a patchy distribution, which may suggest poor preservation potential of both carbonate concretions and older sediments.

The data file described in this paper is available on Zenodo at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3991964 (Rogov et al., 2020).

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A database of a modern metastable cold-water mineral (ikaite) and it’s replacement mineral (glendonite) spanning 540 million years has been created to understand their distribution in space and time. A significant body of evidence suggests that glendonite occurrences are restricted mainly to cold-water settings, however they do not occur during every glaciation or cooling event reported from the Phanerozoic. This compilation improves our understanding on climatic conditions of the past.
A database of a modern metastable cold-water mineral (ikaite) and it’s replacement mineral...
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