A regional gradient in the composition of metamorphic
fluids in pelitic schist, Pecos Baldy, New Mexico.
K-feldspar is much more common in granites and gneisses, therefore it may be assumed that potash feldspar in the samples of Lakhra sections was supplied from the granites/ gneisses exposed in the Nagarparkar Igneous and Metamorphic
units comprise garnet-glaucophane schist (lepi-doporphyroblastic texture), epidote-chlorite schist (lepidoblastic texture), garnet-lawsonite-glaucophane schist and epidotite (nematoblastic texture) (Fig.
All soil lithology classes had sites with Colwell P> 150 mg [kg.sup.-1] (and up to 812 mg [kg.sup.-1]), except for metamorphic
soils, where the maximum was 55 mg [kg.sup.-1].
The oldest units in the area of interest are the metamorphic
rocks of the McMillan Flowage Formation and the Barachois River Metamorphic
At 11 days post-hatching, larvae were tested for metamorphic
competence by placement in filtered seawater with elevated KC1 to raise the concentration to 20 mmol [l.sup.-1] (Pechenik and Heyman, 1987).
In the southern part of the Cordon del Carrizalito the basement is represented by low-grade metamorphic
rocks, which were assigned to the Neoproterozoic.
In the lowland Valley (<450 m elevation), metamorphic
success of Spea intermontana has been observed in natural ephemeral wetlands, small agricultural ponds, and diverse anthropogenic sites (Ashpole and others 2012).
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