Fig. S2. Stable isotopes of Nonsulphide Zn–Pb ores in Britain and Ireland: fluid characteristics and paleoclimatic variability
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Fig. S2. SEM micrographs on polished sections of selected specimens from the mineral collections of the Natural History Museum (London, UK) and the authors' collected samples. (A), pyrite remnants and Fe-(hydr)oxides from Priddy, Mendip Hills (Somerset) (BM.1985,Lud5931); (B), smithsonite (with Ca) from the East Harptree mine, Mendip Hills (Somerset); (C), concretionary smithsonite replacing sphalerite from Alston (Cumbria) (BM.40181); (D), zoned Ca- and Cd- hosting) smithsonite from the Halkyn mine, Holywell Clwyd (Wales) (BM.69190); (E), smithsonite and cerussite replacing galena in the same sample from the Halkyn mine, (BM.69190); (F), zoned (Fe- and Mn-hosting) smithsonite from the Ross Island Mine, Killarney, Co. Kerry (Ireland) (BM.1964,R6302).