The Yaounde series consist of strongly deformed meta-sedimentary rocks and migmatites
(Nzenti et al, 1988)
00'E) near the town of Turku in southwestern Finland belong to the Turku Migmatite
Complex of the southern Svecofennian Shist Belt.
The latter often contains migmatites
or small bodies of enderbitic composition, otherwise plagioclase-potassium-feldspar leucosomes and granites prevail.
Examples are migmatites
(rocks that were once partially molten and have retained part of their melt) and dykes (magma conduits that now contain solidified magma).
Within the drill logs high grade metamorphic minerals such as sillimanite and cordierite as well as zone of migmatite
provide encouragement for graphitic flake development.
The garnetiferous biotite gneisses (khondalites) and the associated layered complex of garnetiferous quartzo-felspathic granulites (leptynites) and non-garnetiferous quartzo-felspathic granulites (alaskites) constitute an assemblage of metasediments injected by granitic materials, and recrystallised under deep-seated palingenetic conditions into a migmatite
is hard to oppose in the concluding handicap.
Joe Crowley's charge, winner of a bumper at the Listowel Festival, finished a close third to Migmatite
at Clonmel, beaten just two lengths.
Southwestward dipping granite and migmatite
bodies penetrating to a depth of 5-15 km are interpreted in both profiles (Figs.
The Greater Himalayan Sequence (GHS) of the Bhutan Himalaya is a complex, highly deformed unit of gneiss and migmatite
that has been intruded by leucogranite.
Quartz vein systems ranging from several inches to several feet thick occur around the perimeter of the migmatite
contact with limestone or phyllite.
THE John Kiely-trained Migmatite
took the featured Fishery Lane Hurdle at Naas yesterday under David Casey.