leucite-basalt love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A rock closely resembling leucitophyre, but less coarsely granular in texture.


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  • As regards Kaiser Wilhelm Land, the Gaussberg is a volcanic cone mainly composed of leucite-basalt, but its slopes are strewn with erratics presumably transported from the south and these include gneiss, mica-schist and quartzite, apparently Archaean.

    Perspective of Antarctica in 1911


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