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Basanite from Southern District (HaDarom District), Israel

Israel
 
  • Southern District (HaDarom District)
    • Ramat Negev Regional Council
Bentor, Y. K. (1952). Magmatic Intrusions and Lava-sheets in the Raman area of the Nagev (Southern Israel). Geological Magazine, 89(2), 129-140. Woolley A.R. (2019) Alkaline Rocks and Carbonatites of the World. Part 4: Antarctica, Asia and Europe, p.139 Bogoch, R., Weissbrod, T., & Bar-Matthews, M. (1992). Significance of REE-mineral inclusions in aegirine from an alkali syenite, Negev, Israel. European Journal of Mineralogy, 1337-1346. Eyal, M., Becker, A., & Samoylov, V. (1996). Mt. Arod–an Early Cretaceous basanitic volcano with a fossil lava lake. Isr. J. Earth Sci, 45, 31-38. Garfunkel, Z., & Katz, A. (1967). New magmatic features in Makhtesh Ramon, southern Israel. Geological Magazine, 104(6), 608-629. Lang, B., Hebeda, E. H., Priem, H. N. A., Verdurmen, E. A., & Steinitz, G. (1988). K-Ar and Rb-Sr ages of early Cretaceous magmatic rocks from Makhtesh Ramon, southern Israel. Israel Journal of Earth-Sciences, 37(2-3), 65-72. Samoilov, V. S., & Vapnik, Y. (2007). Fractional melting–the determining factor in the origin of the tephrite–basanite–nephelinite rock suite: evidence from western Makhtesh Ramon, Israel. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie-Abhandlungen: Journal of Mineralogy and Geochemistry, 184(2), 181-195. Starinsky, A., Bielski, M. & Bonen, D. (1980). Rb-Sr whole rock age of the syenitic intrusions (Shen Ramon and Gavnunim) in the Ramon area, southern Israel. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, 29, 177-181. Vapnik, Y. (2005). Melt and fluid inclusions and mineral thermobarometry of mantle xenoliths in Makhtesh Ramon, Israel. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, 54(1), 15-28. Vapnik, Y., Sharygin, V. V., Samoilov, V., & Yudalevich, Z. (2007). The petrogenesis of basic and ultrabasic alkaline rocks of western Makhtesh Ramon, Israel: geochemistry, melt and fluid inclusion study. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 96(4), 663-684.
Lang, B., Hebeda, E. H., Priem, H. N. A., Verdurmen, E. A., & Steinitz, G. (1988). K-Ar and Rb-Sr ages of early Cretaceous magmatic rocks from Makhtesh Ramon, southern Israel. Israel Journal of Earth-Sciences, 37(2-3), 65-72.
 
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