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Of overlying water show no evidence of cementation. Inasmuch as most modern carbonates are less than 6,000 years old, possibly this is an insufficient time for the process of cementation to take place. Degree of recrystallization of metastable carbonates to stable forms is probably a function of the magnesium concentration in interstitial waters (TAFT, 1967), and time necessary for solid state recrystallization. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The lithification study on Yellow Bank, Bahamas, was sponsored by Grant No GP 2527 from the National Science Foundation.