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The ratio of calcite to quartz is particularly informative. In Koumouzelis et al. (2001b) it is erroneously reported that fine-grained calcite is not related to anthropogenic activities but to autogenic crystallization, presumably by pore- water precipitation. In fact, as has been shown above, the major part of calcite is in the form of calcitic ash derived from burning activities (cf. Canti, 2003). Some minor input of fine clastic calcite certainly exists, but not to the point to distort the overall picture.
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