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Journal of the Geological Society of India

, Volume 94, Issue 3, pp 223–226 | Cite as

Giant Plagioclase Basalts (GPBs) from the Deccan Volcanic Province (DVP) and the Deccan Volcanic Cycle (DVC), India

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Acknowledgement

Dr. Raymond Duraiswamy, Department of Geology, SBP Pune University, is thanked for providing the field photograph of the GPB besides copies of some pertinent references to prepare this note and also for sharing information on as yet unpublished GPBs from the Deccan.

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