Igneous intrusion | definition of Igneous intrusion by Medical dictionary
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Etymology: L, intrudere, to push or force in
an orthodontic technique of depressing a tooth back into the occlusal plane or attempting to prevent its eruption or elongation during correction of an excessive overbite. Compare extrusion
an orthodontic procedure in which a tooth is made to move further into the alveolus.
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24) Five zircon separates from the Gamitagama Lake Complex, an igneous intrusion
in southern Canada, define an excellent straight-line discordia that intersects concordia at 2.
Obviously, high heat flow was associated with this crustal thinning and igneous intrusion
Simpson (1954) recorded that the sediments of the Abakaliki-Benue Trough underwent a minor folding phase during the Cenomanian and a major one accompanied by igneous intrusions
during the Santonian.
New geochemical data allows the local tectonics and mantle dynamics during the obduction of the Khanozai and Muslim Bagh ophiolites to be further constrained, as to date, these are the youngest discovered igneous intrusions
within the area (- 55 - 35 Ma).