Adrar Bous alkaline complex, Aïr Region, Agadez Department, Niger
The most northerly alkaline complex of the Aïr Mountains, measuring 20 x 12 km. Composed of three units: a western arc with adamellites and monzonites, followed to the south, east and west by gabbroic rocks and peralkaline granite and monzonite.
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Wolley, A.R. (2001): Alkaline Rocks and Carbonatites of the World: Africa.- The Geological Society, London
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Locality Updated: Line pit (Lowe's Mine), State Line District, Cecil Co., Maryland, USAFrom Bill Cordua, 9th Dec 2013 21:28:40