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The Verde Formation: A story that holds water

A salt mine and gypsum mine in the Camp Verde indicate the last vestiges of the lake were in that area. As the lake shrank, the minerals concentrated in the last fluids, eventually dropping out of solution and forming the evaporite deposits. Steve Ayers/VVN

A salt mine and gypsum mine in the Camp Verde indicate the last vestiges of the lake were in that area. As the lake shrank, the minerals concentrated in the last fluids, eventually dropping out of solution and forming the evaporite deposits. Steve Ayers/VVN

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