Madeira Island is the top of a massive shield volcano that rises about 6 km from the floor of the Atlantic Ocean.
Young (Miocene to Pleistocene) volcanic rocks.
Zeolites occur in some of the volcanic rocks, but, unfortunately, are fairly rare and small in size, although the lava can be very porous in places.
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11 entries listed. 5 valid minerals.
Localities in this Region
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- Burton, C. J. & MacDonald, J. G. (2008): A field guide to the geology of Madeira. Geological Society of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, 106 pp.
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Locality Updated: Longwood Range peridotite outcrops, Southland, South Island, New ZealandFrom Judy Rowe, 5th Dec 2013 00:19:36