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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1942
GSA Bulletin (1942) 53 (8): 1099–1126.
...ALFRED L. ANDERSON Abstract Study of many parts of the Idaho batholith shows considerable endomorphism by post-consolidation solutions. The solutions, enriched particularly in silica but also in variable but generally appreciable quantities of potash and minor amounts of other elements, produced...
Journal Article
Published: 01 August 2000
The Canadian Mineralogist (2000) 38 (4): 877–891.
... is 3Fe 2+ 1.5Al + 1.5Li, which is controlled by fractionation of the pegmatite-forming melt. Magnesium and Ti incorporated from the host amphibolite into the pegmatite-forming melt generated endomorphic Mg-bearing schorl to Al-rich Mg-bearing schorl to Mg-bearing schorl – elbaite to Mg-bearing elbaite...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1936
American Mineralogist (1936) 21 (7): 457–459.
...Victor T. Allen Abstract In a collection of geodes in the museum of St. Louis University, donated by V. Sosnovec in 1905, is one labeled “Flint Geode with Kaolin Endomorph, St. Louis County, Missouri.” The writer has been aware for some time that the kaolin mineral in this geode is dickite...
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Mg and Ti core-to-rim variation in <span class="search-highlight">endomorphic</span> tourmaline at Tanco. A. Brow...
Published: 01 August 2000
F ig . 2. Mg and Ti core-to-rim variation in endomorphic tourmaline at Tanco. A. Brown tourmaline with a Mg-bearing elbaite – schorl core and an “fluor-elbaite” – schorl rim from the border zone (10). B. Dark brown tourmaline with a Mg-bearing elbaite – schorl core and an “fluor-elbaite
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2003
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2003) 44 (3): 205–223.
... °C) metamorphism as a result of the intrusion of the Nyurundukan ultramafic-mafic pluton. The contact reactions produced endomorphic gabbros, pyroxene-plagioclase-bearing hornfels-like rocks, and “beerbachites”. We have established that the interaction of basic magma with the host metamorphic basic...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1936
American Mineralogist (1936) 21 (9): 537–574.
... distance in advance of the magma. Thus, the formation of emery took place during the early liquid-magmatic stage of the basic Cortlandt intrusives. Detailed descriptions of the emery, the rock types, and their relations are given. Reference is made to usage of the terms “hornfels” and “endomorphism...
Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 May 1949
Economic Geology (1949) 44 (3): 169–185.
...Alfred Leonard Anderson Abstract In the Coeur d'Alene district of northern Idaho, the conversion of diorite to monzonite and syenite through endomorphic processes, the development of zones of extensively bleached (sericitized) rock, and the metallization seem to be closely related phenomena...
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Figure  10 — Endoplegma calathus  Finks, 1960 , ? Stereodictyum orthoplectu...
Published: 01 May 2008
with monaxial spicules in tracts of the lower endomorphic skeleton; sections of relatively narrow, sediment-filled inhalant canals (I) in the dermal part of the wall expand to large, sediment-filled, exhalant canals (E) in the gastral part of the skeleton, ×2; 5, radial vertical section of the removed wall
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1932
AAPG Bulletin (1932) 16 (8): 837–858.
... basalts and diabases, partly amygdaloidal. Asphalt occurs in crevices and in the pores of the igneous rock. “The occurrence of petroleum is in the contact zone of both the sedimentary rocks and the eruptives where these are completely modified by endomorphism.” 2 Santa Catharina .—Oil in vesicles...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 February 1943
AAPG Bulletin (1943) 27 (2): 109–219.
... in the complete serpentinization of the ultrabasic rocks. There is reasonably good evidence that, in some places, serpentinization may have been complete, or nearly so, before final emplacement. Thus far, only the exomorphic effects have been mentioned. In places there are noticeable endomorphic effects...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2008
Journal of Paleontology (2008) 82 (3): 492–510.
... with monaxial spicules in tracts of the lower endomorphic skeleton; sections of relatively narrow, sediment-filled inhalant canals (I) in the dermal part of the wall expand to large, sediment-filled, exhalant canals (E) in the gastral part of the skeleton, ×2; 5, radial vertical section of the removed wall...
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