Abstract

The basaltic field, localized in an area of structural intersections, south of Big Pine, California contains a single mass of rhyolite, shown by form and internal structure to have been erupted in place. Remelting of the first-congealed obsidian, exsolution of gases, and the resulting gas-inflation of the lava, were important factors in determining the form of the rhyolite.

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