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The late Varican intermontane Saar-Nahe Basin underwent an intensive episode of synsedimentary intra-basinal magmatism, with magmas ranging from tholeiitic basalts to rhyolites. Volcanism began late in the sedimentary history of the basin, after accumulation of about 5000–5500 m of continental sediments. Basic to silicic maar-diatremes formed mostly on hydraulically active faults or fault intersections. Basic to intermediate sills were emplaced at depths between about 2500 m and almost the original surface. Some sills inflated considerably in thickness. Silicic laccoliths intruded in the same depth range. Ongoing volume inflation of some laccoliths led to huge intrusive-extrusive domes, rock falls and...

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