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Author(s): S. Ramanathan

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Address: Department of Geology, Presidency College, Madras-600005

Published In:   Volume - 5,      Issue - 1,     Year - 1992

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ABSTRACT:
The intrusion of pink granite (2380·2000 m.y.) and its consanguineous pegmatites in and around Manalur. possibly resulted in the migmatization of the two· pyroxene granulites.lt is presumed that the reactive fluids had moved along the major shear planes of Eastern Ghat belt and Caused the formation of intermediate and acidic rocks. Petrochemical study of the different rock types also confirms this view.

Cite this article:
Ramanathan (1992). Pink Granite Intrusion and Migmatisation of Two-Pyroxene Granulites in and around Manalur, South and North Arcot Districts, Tamilnadu, India. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 5(1), pp.107-112.


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