The ratings 1, 3, 4 and 5 are assigned to various lithology like charnockite, anorthosite, migmatite
gneiss and FHBG respectively.
, sample filiation, acoustic emission, ultrasonic sounding, uniaxial loading,
The remaining plutons of the study region are emplaced in migmatite
domains and do not show aureoles.
However, 7 out of the total 88 groundwater samples within migmatite
bedrock have their EC > 1000 [micro]S/cm.
00'E) near the town of Turku in southwestern Finland belong to the Turku Migmatite
Complex of the southern Svecofennian Shist Belt.
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Geochemically, synorogenic granites show I-type characteristics and their genesis is related to granulitic metamorphism (Niin 1997), although some authors have treated them together with late-orogenic migmatite
granites (Puura et al.
The Saint Barthelemy massif is composed of three major units, in places separated by unconformities: a basal gneiss unit, a migmatite
unit overlain by a mica schist envelope, and finally a weakly metamorphosed Paleozoic succession.
The scale-invariant nature of migmatite
from the Oberpfaltz, NE Bavaria and ist significance for melt transport // Tectonophysics.
High-temperature metamorphism accompanied by partial melting and migmatite
formation is a common feature in collisional belts (Bohlen 1987, Harley 1989, Kohn et al.
Country rocks include charnockite mafic and felsic granulite, garnetiferous granulite, biotite gneiss, migmatite
, mylonite and pegmatite.
These include granitic gneiss, paragneiss, migmatite
, amphibolite, quartzite, arkose, marble, and calc-silicate zones in marble.