These units consist of glaucophane, garnet, lawsonite, muscovite, epidote, chlorite, augite, quartz, sphene and zircon.
The results of the stereomicroscopic and XRD analyses of stream sediments showed lawsonite, quartz, garnet, augite, glaucophane, muscovite, epidote and sphene.
Blocks of glaucophane
schist are found within serpentinite bodies and are composed of clinozoicite + glaucophane
+ chlorite + sodic plagioclase, minor titanite and calcite.
Louderback studied the glaucophane
and associated schists of the Coast Ranges and cooperated in a study of the effects of the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906.
Maurizio Casazza (Muzzano, Italy, Maurizio.email@example.com) put out about 15 specimens of glaucophane
in slabs to 30 cm across, which he personally collected some years ago at Pollone, Piemonte, Italy.
35 (= glaucophane
, etc.) (1997), 219 Dannemorite Leake et al.: Can.
Crossite = Glaucophane, Ferroglaucophane, Magnesioriebeckite, or Riebeckite
[ ] Ferroglaucophane, [Mathematical Expression Omitted], mon., forms a series with Glaucophane, Amphibole group, Can.