Abstract

Demonstrates that stresses produced during successive stages of intrusion were an important factor in the development of chrysotile fiber in serpentine rocks, based on observations of the occurrence of chrysotile in serpentinized dunite of an ultrabasic complex intruding middle Paleozoic strata near Woodsreef, New South Wales.

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