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  • We are actually living in aragonite sea period currently, so my answer now seems inconsistent.
  • Aragonite seas form due to several factors, the most obvious of these is a high magnesium content.
  • However, the sea level and the temperature of the surrounding system also determine whether an aragonite sea will form.
  • Therefore, the chemical conditions of the seawater must be notably high in magnesium content for an aragonite sea to form.
  • An "'aragonite sea "'contains aragonite and high-magnesium calcite as the primary inorganic carbonate precipitates.
  • The Early Paleozoic and the Middle to Late Mesozoic oceans were predominantly calcite seas, whereas the Middle Paleozoic through the Early Mesozoic and the Cenozoic ( including today ) are characterized by aragonite seas.
  • The levels of magnesium have changed over geologic periods and there were periods in Earth's past when aragonite was the prevalent form . see Aragonite sea and Calcite sea . talk ) 00 : 04, 26 September 2013 ( UTC)