Volcanogenic mineralization related to the Snowdon Volcanic Group (Ordovician), Gwynedd, North Wales

@article{Reedman1985VolcanogenicMR,
  title={Volcanogenic mineralization related to the Snowdon Volcanic Group (Ordovician), Gwynedd, North Wales},
  author={A. J. Reedman and T. Colman and S. Campbell and M. Howells},
  journal={Journal of the Geological Society},
  year={1985},
  volume={142},
  pages={875 - 888}
}
The Ordovician (Caradoc) volcanic rocks of NE Snowdonia constitute two major groups, the Llewelyn Volcanic Group and the Snowdon Volcanic Group, which accumulated predominantly in shallow-water marine conditions. The younger Snowdon Volcanic Group comprised a bimodal, basalt-rhyolite suite and included a major caldera-forming eruption of acidic ash-flow tuffs superseded by both Surtseyan and Strombolian basaltic volcanism. Rhyolite domes were intruded into the volcanic sequence in the vicinity… Expand

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