Igneous Rocks; Composition, Texture and Classification, Description and Occurrance Volume 2

Igneous Rocks; Composition, Texture and Classification, Description and Occurrance Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...Bearpaw Peak, Choteau Co., Mont Stokes 3. Leucite-basalt, III'.8.1.2, Byerock, New South Wales Mingaye 4. "Theralite." II1.8.1'.'4, Martinsdale, Crazy Mts., Mont 5. Basalt. 1II.9.1.4, Bondi. New South Wales Cumin 6. Ijolite, 'III.'9.1.4', livaara, Kuuosamo, Finland Sahlbom 7. Ijolite, HI.9.1.'5, livaara, Kuuosamo, Finland Sahlbom 8. Missourite, III(IV).8.2.2, Shonkin Creek, Highwood Mts., Mont Hurlbut 9. Leucitite, III.8.2.2, Mte. Rade, E. of Lake Bolsena, Italy Washington 10. Leucitite, III.8.2.2, Ticchiena, near Frosinone, Italy Washington 11. Leucitite, III.8.2.2, Capo di Bove, Via Appia, Italy Washington 'Cr: Oa. 1. Nephelinite, III.8.2'.'3, Herchenberg, Lake Laach, Prussia Rammelsberg 2. Melilite-basalt, III.'8'.2.3', Neuhowen, Hegau, Baden Grubenmann 3. Borolanite-granulite, III.'9.'2.'3, Aultivullin, Ledmore, Assynt, Scotland Gemmell 4. Ijolite, III.8'.'2.4, Below Dr. Thornton's, Magnet Cove, Ark Washington 5. Microshonkinite, III.8'.2.4', Topsail Point, Tamara, Los Islands Lassieur 6. Teschenite, III.8.2.4, Praya, Cape Verde Islands Kertscher 7. Ijolite, III.8.2'.4, Ice River, British Columbia Evans 8. Biotite-ijolite. III.8.2.4', Baptist Church, Magnet Cove, Ark. J. F. Williams 9. Nephelinite, IIr.8.2.4, Etinde Volcano, Kamerun, Africa Dittrich 10. Nephelite-basalt, 111 l I V).8.2'.4, Nagahama, I wam i, Japan Yokoyama 11. Nephelite-basalt, III.'8.,3.4t Colfax Co., N. M Steiger DIVISION 6 ROCKS CHIEFLY MAFIC MINERALS Rocks of this division are composed chiefly of mafic minerals of any kind, with negligible amounts of felsic minerals. That is, they consist of one or more of the following minerals: monoclinic and orthorhombic pyroxenes, hornblendes, olivine, mica, garnet, melilite, magnetite, ilmenite, spinels, perovskite, ...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 386g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236832108
  • 9781236832108