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New petrological and geochemical data on high level (c. 2 km2) silicic lava domes and laccoliths from the Kaczawa Mountains, Sudetes, SW Poland, are presented. The system comprises a carapace facies of exposed ignimbrites and spherlulitic rhyolites. Recovered core (drilled to 55 m) includes volcanic rocks ranging in composition from andesite to rhyodacite, and a plutonic facies of microgranite and granodiorite. Country rocks (greenschist-facies metavolcanogenic rocks) are contact metamorphosed to hornfels and cut by kersantite veins and a pipe breccia of diatremic origin. New 206Pb-238U zircon mineral ages from the volcanic and granitic...

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