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WHAT DOES BATHOLITH MEAN IN ENGLISH?
A batholith is a large emplacement of igneous intrusive rock that forms from cooled magma deep in the Earth's crust. Batholiths are almost always made mostly of felsic or intermediate rock-types, such as granite, quartz monzonite, or diorite.
The definition of batholith in the dictionary is a very large irregular-shaped mass of igneous rock, esp granite, formed from an intrusion of magma at great depth, esp one exposed after erosion of less resistant overlying rocks.
The translations of batholith from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «batholith» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «BATHOLITH» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BATHOLITH»
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Under the Batholith
Kurt Larson has developed an epic mining exploration novel in the pages of Under the Batholith.
Kurt Larson, 2003
A Reconnaissance of the Idaho Batholith and Comparison with ...
The nature, distribution, and age of the rocks of the Idaho batholith and their comparison with the rocks of the southern California batholith, including remarks on the origin of granite rocks.
Esper Signius Larsen, Robert George Schmidt, 1958
Batholith and Associated Rocks of Corona, Elsinore, and San ...
The batholith of southern and Lower California is exposed continuously from near Riverside, California, southward for a distance of about 350 miles.
Esper Signius Larsen, 1948
The Cloudy Pass Epizonal Batholith and Associated ...
History of Intrusion and Cooling The later stages, at least, of intrusion and of the
cooling of this batholith can be deciphered in greater detail and perhaps with
greater assurance than is possible for most batholiths. This is possible because
Fred William Cater, 1969
Studies of Sonoran Geology
El Jaralito Batholith The informal name "El Jaralito batholith" is proposed for an
intrusion in the Sierra El Jaralito. Some of its best exposures occur around the El
Jaralito mine, designated the type locality. This intrusion covers an area of about
Efrén Pérez Segura, César Jacques-Ayala, 1991
Formation of the Sierra Nevada Batholith: Magmatic and ...
Saleeby, J., 2007, The western extent of the Sierra Nevada batholith in the Great
Valley basement and its significance in underlying mantle dynamics: Eos (
Transactions, American Geophysical Union), v. 88, no. 52, abstract T31E-02.
Vali Memeti, Scott R. Paterson, Keith D. Putirka, 2014
Ophiolites, Arcs, and Batholiths: A Tribute to Cliff Hopson
GEOLOGIC BACKGROUND The Sierra Nevada batholith is a composite batholith
that formed largely between 130 and 80 Ma by sequential large- volume magma
pulses into an accretionary orogenic complex that developed along the ...
James Earl Wright, John W. Shervais, 2008
Soil disturbance caused by clearcutting and helicopter ...
ABSTRACT. Disturbance to soil from helicopter logging and broadcast burning of
slash from a large commercial clearcut in the ldaho batholith was evaluated. Two
hundred permanent 10.8 ft2 (1 m2) plots were evaluated prior to and for a ...
James Lindow Clayton, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah), 1981
Tectonic Evolution of Northwestern México and the ...
The Peninsular Ranges Batholith Arc/Arcs Models that have been proposed to
explain the nature and significance of the boundary between the western
Peninsular Ranges batholith and eastern Peninsular Ranges batholith differ in ...
Scott E. Johnson, 2003
Continental Reactivation and Reworking
Examples of these high heat production granites include the Sybella Batholith in
the LRFT (Fig. 4) where heat production averages c. 5uWm \ and in some
individual Table 2. Geochemistry and heat production of selected granites of the
Jodie A. Miller, 2001
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «BATHOLITH»
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Stream Sediment Sampling Results Identify 5 New Anomalous Gold …
The Segovia Batholith gold anomaly is strong to very strongly anomalous, extends northward from the Iguana gold occurrence to the property ... «MarketWatch, Jul 15»
Red Eagle Mining Commences Offer to Acquire CB Gold
Red Eagle Mining is developing the 100 km² historic Santa Rosa Gold Project located in the Antioquia Batholith. Development will initially ... «PR Newswire, Jun 15»
Fredericksburg: German culture in the Hill Country
... about 17 miles north of town, is a giant, 500-foot-high pink granite formation (a pluton batholith, if you must know) and a not-too-stressful hike ... «mySanAntonio.com, Jun 15»