NJG54-4-03
1974
A three-fold division of the "farsundite" plutonic complex at Farsund, southern Norway.
54
4
361-366

It has previously been shown that the so-called farsundite pluton consists of two separate intrusions - the Farsund charnockite and the Lyngdal hornblende granite. This paper presents evidence for further subdivision, as detailed field mapping reveals that a narrow zone of country rocks separates the 'Kleivan limb' from the Lyngdal hornblende granite. Mineralogical and chemical differences do not support a co-magmatic origin of these plutons. Consequently the complex consists of at least three different intrusions.

0029-196X
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