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Heavy Minerals from Paleogene Sediments, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 81: Their Bearing on Stratigraphy, Sediment Provenance, and the Evolution of the North Atlantic
Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 81
Five heavy mineral associations occur in the Paleocene and Eocene sediments recovered during Leg 81 of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) in the SW Rockall area. Association 1, consisting of augite, iddingsite, and olivine, was derived from the basaltic rocks of the northern part of the Rockall Plateau. Association 2 consists of epidote group minerals, including piedmontite, and amphiboles of actinolite, actinolitic hornblende, and magnesio-hornblende compositions, and was derived from thedoi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.81.121.1984 fatcat:ngqr7x5ezrbalocac5dknzyem4