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English: An igneous intrusion cut by a pegmatite dyke, which in turn is cut by a dolerite dyke. These rocks are of Precambrian (Proterozoic) age and they are located in Kosterhavet National Park on Yttre Ursholmen island in the Koster Islands in Sweden. The oldest igneous rocks in this photo show features caused by magma mingling or magma mixing.
Author Thomas Eliasson of Geological Survey of Sweden
Camera location58° 53′ 42.89″ N, 10° 59′ 00.27″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMapinfo


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23 August 2008

58°53'42.886"N, 10°59'0.272"E

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