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Ahrensite from Sahara Desert, North Africa

Morocco (FRL)
  • Souss-Massa Region
    • Tata Province
      • Tata Cercle
Ma, C., Tschauner, O., Liu, Y. and Sinogeikin, S. (2013) Ahrensite, IMA 2013-028. CNMNC Newsletter No. 16, August 2013, page 2707; Mineralogical Magazine, 77, 2695-2709. ; Miyahara, M., Ohtani, E., El Goresy, A., Ozawa, S., & Gillet, P. (2016). Phase transition processes of olivine in the shocked Martian meteorite Tissint: Clues to origin of ringwoodite-, bridgmanite-and magnesiowüstite-bearing assemblages. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 259, 18-28.
  • Tataouine
    • Tataouine (Foum Tatahouine)
Benzerara, K., Guyot, F., Barrat, F.A., Gillet, P., Lesourd, M. (2002): Cristobalite inclusions in the Tatahouine achondrite: Implications for shock conditions. Am. Min.: 87(8-9): 1250-1266.
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