Magmatic Rocks of the Karavanke Granitic Massif, Slovenia
AbstractThe intrusive rocks of the Karavanke Granitic Belt vary in composition from acid to most mafic. They have been analysed by different authors but the classification of the rock types is not unique. The use of TAS classification of the rocks is suggested. According to this classification the rocks of Karavanke Granitic Belt consist of predominant syenogranite and syenite with contemporaneous mafic (gabbro, monzogabbro, monzodiorite) to intermediate (monzonite) rocks wich represent about 30 % of the whole massif. Veins of porphyry syenite with rapakivi texture occasionally cut larger bodies of mafic rocks.
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Dobnikar, M., Dolenec, T., Činč Juhant, B., & Zupančič, N. (2000). Magmatic Rocks of the Karavanke Granitic Massif, Slovenia . Geologija, 43(1), 55–59. https://doi.org/10.5474/geologija.2000.004