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Metamorphic geology of a portion of the Bagdad mining district, Yavapai County, Arizona
AuthorCollins, Daniel E.
AdvisorHibbard, M. J.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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An estimated 2,150 meters of eugeosynclinal porphyritic andesites, basalts, and volcanic sediments belonging to the Bridal formation were metamorphosed during the Mazatzal Revolution to produce greenschist facies mineralogy, regional folding, and penetrative fabric elements.
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