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Chemical Composition of Tholeiitic Basalts from the Wyville–Thompson Ridge Belt

Nature volume 212, pages 272273 (15 October 1966) | Download Citation

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THE Thulean basalts have been thought to belong to a single petrographic province, but as such they have been difficult to group. New data from the Faroes may throw light on this problem.

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    • ABNE NOE-NYGAARD

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