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Petropavlovskii broken-stone quarry, Petropavlovka Village area, Simferopol area, Crimea Oblast', Ukraine

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Volcanites of the Bodrak - Karadag series (late Bajocian) are exposed, represented by the interbedding of tuffaceous sandstones and siltstones, tuffites, bomb-lapilli or ash-sand tuffs, and tephroids, with either flows of pillow and ball lavas of fine-porphyritic basalts, or amygdaloidal porphyritic basaltic andesites. The thickness of the volcanogenic rock mass is about 250 m. It is overlain by lower Cretaceous organogenic limestones.

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References

Tischenko, Alexander I. (1996). Minerals of the Crimea. - World of stones, 1996, #9, p. 9-18.

 
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