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The Giles Complex, an example of a deeply eroded volcanic zone

The Giles Complex, an example of a deeply eroded volcanic zone
The Giles Complex, an example of a deeply eroded volcanic zone
The Giles Plutonic Complex is briefly described. Volcanics occurring in the same tectonic setting are thought to be the extrusive silicic differentiates. Evidence is presented for a differentiation of the parental magma prior to its subsequent intrusion into higher levels where it produced fractionally crystallised rock series, The Volcanics display chemical similarities to other silicic differentiates associated with plutonic basic complexes and the province as a whole has a bimodal character.
0258-8900
271-282
Nesbitt, R.W.
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Nesbitt, R.W.
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Nesbitt, R.W. (1966) The Giles Complex, an example of a deeply eroded volcanic zone. Bulletin of Volcanology, 29, 271-282.

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Abstract

The Giles Plutonic Complex is briefly described. Volcanics occurring in the same tectonic setting are thought to be the extrusive silicic differentiates. Evidence is presented for a differentiation of the parental magma prior to its subsequent intrusion into higher levels where it produced fractionally crystallised rock series, The Volcanics display chemical similarities to other silicic differentiates associated with plutonic basic complexes and the province as a whole has a bimodal character.

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Published date: 1966
Organisations: Geochemistry

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Local EPrints ID: 361899
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/361899
ISSN: 0258-8900
PURE UUID: bc23cd40-a796-4707-a069-3c7b99048c5f

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Date deposited: 05 Feb 2014 14:00
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 02:57

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