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Abstract

The layering in this thin section is defined by an opaque phase. Vesicles are pervasive throughout the rock and due to their abundance, the phenocrysts of olivine, pyroxene and feldspar appear to float freely on the slide. Epidote crystals are found among the opaque layers. The rock has a overall cloudy appearance.

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Carr Mountain

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