The inclusions are dioritic
type with distinctive boundary with its host rock and chilled border, which indicates the inclusions are not the residual after partial melting, but the product of magma crystallization.
Rocks of the study area are mainly comprised of stage-2 fine to coarse grained granitoids of Ladakh Batholith The dioritic
rocks present in the study area are hornblende bearing having high concentration of plagioclase.
The MMEs in the dioritic
dykes may include a 'double enclave' structure where they partially or fully contain smaller, finer-grained, more mafic enclaves.
to granitic plutons intruded both the low- and high-grade metamorphic units in both the Creignish Hills and North Mountain areas (Fig.
26 Ma) crops out on the southern flank of an E-W-trending range of andesite-dacite volcanic hills where a dioritic
pluton intrudes the volcanic cover.
2009): Generation of tonalitic and dioritic
magmas by coupled partial melting of gabbroic and metasedimentary rocks within the deep crust of the Famantinian Magmatic Arc, Argentina.
On completion of early stage exploration there has been encouraging results of gold geochemical and geological, including anomalous gold (BLEG sampling) from stream sediment sampling draining an area of dioritic
This local name was given to unusual textured magmatic rocks of largely dioritic
and granodioritic composition occurred in area of the Marktredwitz.
Although the mass is considered an entity, it is composed of different materials, ranging from dioritic
to monzonitic quartz.
In many ancient arc systems, uplift and erosion have removed much of the volcanic arc, so that the crystallized products of the magma chambers are exposed as large plutonic bodies, typically of granitic to dioritic
Underlain by a Cretaceous dioritic
batholith, the property hosts spectacular intrusive hosted copper-gold mineralization in subhorizontal fractures and veins over an area of at least four square miles.
There, four roughly east-west-trending, nearly vertical calcite-galena veins cut Grenville-age granitic and dioritic
gneiss; these are the Nash (Coal Hill), Jepson (Pardee, Victoria), Ross and Robinson (Indian River) veins.