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Barren and productive intrusive porphyry; discussion of paper by B Stringham l960



Barren and productive intrusive porphyry; discussion of paper by B Stringham l960



Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic Geologists 56(4): 790



Discussion of GeoScience Abstracts 3-1697. The suggestion that the term "granite porphyry" be dropped does not seem to be adequately supported by the facts, and misses the point that the textural difference between "granite porphyry" and "porphyritic granite" usually is associated with a genetic difference as well.

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