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The geochemistry and petrogenesis of late Caledonian calc-alkaline lamprophyre (CAL) dykes from southern Scotland; implications for late Caledonian tectonic evolution of the Southern Uplands



The geochemistry and petrogenesis of late Caledonian calc-alkaline lamprophyre (CAL) dykes from southern Scotland; implications for late Caledonian tectonic evolution of the Southern Uplands



International Geological Congress, Abstracts--Congres Geologique Internationale, Resumes 29: 567




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