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Quelques Observations Nouvelles Relatives à la Genèse des Laves Spilitiques

  • J.-L. Tane
Part of the International Union of Geological Sciences book series (2817, volume 4)

Abstract

The following subjects will be discussed in this article:
  • The telescoping effect in the case of a juvenile fluid phase encountering a dense phase of peridotite, considered as an inevitable explanation of the genesis of the spilites.

  • The relationship between lamprophyric rocks and spilitic rocks, the former being considered the dike-counterpart of the latter.

  • The process of granitization interpreted as a possible reproduction of the spilitization mechanism on a capillary scale.

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