Talk:Tholeiitic magma series

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Magma Series[edit]

Does anyone object to renaming this article "tholeiitic magma series" or "tholeiitic"? It doesn't make much sense to just describe as a basalt. Also, how do you rename a page?Rppeabody (talk) 04:38, 17 March 2011 (UTC)

Moved the page to "Tholeiitic Magma Series." I also considered "tholeiitic." Does anyone prefer "tholeiitic"?Rppeabody (talk) 04:45, 21 March 2011 (UTC)

AGI 41[edit]

The obscure , unexplained reference "(AGI, 41)" is included in this article (it was once included twice, but the other occurrence was removed by User:Rppeabody in March 2011). I guess AGI may be the American Geological Institute, in which this may be a reference (perhaps a page reference) to the Dictionary of Geological Terms included in the "references" list. In the absence of better information, I will remove the reference in its current form. Hopefully, someone can authoritatively replace it with a Wiki standard format reference / citation. FredV (talk) 12:59, 26 May 2011 (UTC)