Structure section across the Chloride district: Supplement 2 from "Geology and Ore Deposits of the Wallapai District, Arizona" (Thesis)

Blakemore Ewing Thomas
The Wallapai district is in the Cerbat Mountains, a range composed chiefly of crystalline rooks that are pre-Cambrian in age. The oldest rocks are quartzite, mica schist; hornblende-diopside schist, and amphibolite. Younger and larger in amount are granite gneiss and granite. Much of the gneiss is believed to be a product of granitization. Gabbroic and dioritic gneiss, pegmatite, aplite, diabase, and mylonite also occur as part of the basement complex. The original rocks were disposed...
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