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Ikka-Grønnedal Complex (Ika-Grønnedal), Sermersooq, Greenland

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A carbonatite-syenite intrusion between the Arsuk Fjord to the NW and the Ikka Fjord in the SE.

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Bedford, C.M., 1989. The mineralogy, geochemistry and petrogenesis of the Gronnedal-Ika complex, southwest Greenland. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Durham

Pearce, N. J. G., Leng, M. J., Emeleus, C. H., & Bedford, C. M. (1997). The origins of carbonatites and related rocks from the Gronnedal-Ika nepheline syenite complex, South Greenland; CO-Sr isotope evidence. Mineralogical Magazine, 61(4), 515-529.

Halama, R., Vennemanz, T. Siebel, W. & Markl, G. (2005): The Grønnedal-Ika Carbonatite–Syenite Complex, South Greenland: Carbonatite Formation by Liquid Immiscibility. Journal of Petrology. 46, 191–217

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