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- adj. Pertaining to, or composed of, dacite.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In petrography, of or pertaining to dacite; having the mineral composition and the texture characteristic of dacite.
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- adj. relating to or consisting of dacite
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St. Lucia, Martinique, and Dominica are predominantly composed of acid andesite and dacitic rocks.
The andesitic-dacitic volcano was constructed within a 10-km-wide caldera.
The peaks are the degraded dacitic cores of two lava-dome volcanoes probably formed on the side of a collapsed andesitic strato-volcano.
St. Lucia, and Martinique are predominantly composed of acid andesite and dacitic rocks.
The eastern half of Guadeloupe is called Grande Terre and is composed entirely of limestone overlying older andesitic and dacitic volcanics.
Six widespread tephras ~0.1–1.0 cm thick with rhyolitic to dacitic glass and/or phenocrysts of feldspar or hornblende are preserved in the glacial lakes of Las Cajas National Park, southern Ecuador.
Overall, the mineralization occurs in a sericite-carbonate +/- albite altered dacitic volcanic complex with zones of quartz veins, quartz stockwork and quartz breccias.
The geological setting in this area is characterized by an assemblage of mafic rocks, dacitic tuffs, wackes and conglomerates of the Taibi Group.
A cluster of dacitic lava domes occupies the caldera floor.
Native GOLD in dacitic to rhyodacitic metavolcanic rocks and graphitic schists, associated with native antimony, minor arsenopyrite and pyrrhotite;
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