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The early Pleistocene Nakanodake Composite Intrusion composed of basaltic rock core surrounded by hornblende andesite, exposed at the northern foot of the Mt. Yoneyama, central Japan. The boss dimension of this intrusion is 1.6 km in diameter. Basaltic rock comprises of mafic minerals, including clinopyroxene and orthopyroxene. Andesite can be classified into two types: hornblende-rich type and hornblende-poor type. The former includes a minor amount of pyroxene in the groundmass, whereasdoi:10.15080/agcjchikyukagaku.72.2_111 fatcat:ufvhcdab7ngxxmvms56zigiv7q