Shallow intrusive volcanic rocks on Mt. Raduha, Savinja-Kamnik AIps, Northern Slovenia

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  • Polona Kralj
  • Bogomir Celarc

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https://doi.org/10.5474/geologija.2002.018

Abstract

Volcanic rocks occurring in Ladinian (?) marls, interstratified with limestone (Solčava beds), at Grohat Alpine Meadow and Lipni plaz, Mt. Raduha, are shallow intrusives bodies with porphyric structure, and basaltic andesitic, acid andesitic and dacitic composition. Abundance of major oxides and trace elements in the studied rocks is similar to those observed in the Tertiary Smrekovec volcanic rocks suggesting contemporaneous formation and close genetic relationship.

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Kralj, P., & Celarc, B. (2021). Shallow intrusive volcanic rocks on Mt. Raduha, Savinja-Kamnik AIps, Northern Slovenia . Geologija, 45(1), 247–253. https://doi.org/10.5474/geologija.2002.018

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