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In: Geologica Carpathica, vol. 53, no. 5
Jan Spisiak - Kadosa Balogh

MESOZOIC ALKALI LAMPROPHYRES IN VARISCAN GRANITOIDS OF THE MALE KARPATY AND NIZKE TATRY MOUNTAINS — GEOCHRONOLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY

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Year, pages: 2002, 295 - 301

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Mesozoic alkali lamprophyres from the Male Karpaty Mts and Nizke Tatry Mts granitoids have a similar petrographic pattern. The textures are phyric, with amphibole and clinopyroxene (Cpx) (and/or olivine) phenocrysts. Cpx are zonal and correspond to diopside. Amphibole are zoning too and correspond to kaersutites. On the basis of chemical composition they can be ranked with alkaline lamprophyres. The K/Ar age (approx. 100 Ma) of these dykes corresponds to the age of the Cretaceous alkaline basalt/basanite in the Krizna Nappe of the Central Western Carpathians.

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Spisiak, J., Balogh, K. 2002. MESOZOIC ALKALI LAMPROPHYRES IN VARISCAN GRANITOIDS OF THE MALE KARPATY AND NIZKE TATRY MOUNTAINS — GEOCHRONOLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY. In Geologica Carpathica, vol. 53, no.5, pp. 295-301.

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Spisiak, J., Balogh, K. (2002). MESOZOIC ALKALI LAMPROPHYRES IN VARISCAN GRANITOIDS OF THE MALE KARPATY AND NIZKE TATRY MOUNTAINS — GEOCHRONOLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY. Geologica Carpathica, 53(5), 295-301.