Petrogenesis of the Labrieville Alkalic Anorthosite Massif, Grenville Province, Quebec

@article{Owens2001PetrogenesisOT,
  title={Petrogenesis of the Labrieville Alkalic Anorthosite Massif, Grenville Province, Quebec},
  author={B. E. Owens and R. F. Dymek},
  journal={Journal of Petrology},
  year={2001},
  volume={42},
  pages={1519-1546}
}
The Labrieville massif (>1010 Ma) is an eroded dome consisting mineral—plagioclase feldspar. The circumstances whereby such nearly monomineralic plutons can be produced of three zones: (1) a foliated inner core of pink anorthosite (>An30Or13, >2100 ppm Sr, >1300 ppm Ba) with minor have puzzled geologists for more than a century, and massif anorthosites remain petrologic enigmas. In adleuconorite; (2) a foliated outer core of pink anorthosite (>An35Or10, >1900 ppm Sr, >850 ppm Ba) with more… Expand
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