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Granites from the base of the Lapland Granulite Belt as a geochemical analogue to the Rapakivi-type granites / Evgeni Terekhov, Valery Levitski.

Title: Granites from the base of the Lapland Granulite Belt as a geochemical analogue to the Rapakivi-type granites / Evgeni Terekhov, Valery Levitski.
Author(s): Terekhov, Evgeni.
Levitski, Valery.
Date: 1995.
Publisher: Trondheim, Norway: Geological Survey of Norway
In: Geology of the Eastern Finnmark - Western Kola Peninsula Region. (1995.),
Abstract: Pink medium- to coarse-grained microline granites and migmatites occur widely at base of belt. Protolith is Archaean, but in Early Proterozoic they were uplifted from deep crustal levels and thrust onto lower-grade rocks of different age and composition. Granites are mainly foliated, forming sill- like bodies of chemical composition similar to Rapakivi granites. A-type nature suggests that they originated from partial melting by hot, deep-rooted fluids during thrusting.
Notes:

In: Geology of the Eastern Finnmark - Western Kola Peninsula Region / David Roberts, Øystein Nordgulen, eds.

Keywords: 061.3 -- Conferences: 1993 1st. International Barents Symposium.
550.4 -- Geochemistry.
551.1/.4 -- Geology.
552.321.1 -- Granite.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*531.9) -- Murmanskaya Oblast'.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
SPRI record no.: 135683

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