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Magmatic deposits—oxides (Fe and Cr). Gravitational segregation. Phanerozoic Granites in S China. SCMB. CNMB. Emeishan plume basalt—256 Ma. Fe ores: Pan-Xi district (1) and Baiyuan-Ebo (18). Gabbro: cumulated Emeishan basalts. Ma-An-Shan andesitic porphyry--rich in magnetite. Ning-Wu

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Gravitational segregation

Magmatic deposits—oxides (Fe and Cr)

Gravitational

segregation


Gravitational segregation

Phanerozoic Granites in S China

SCMB

CNMB


Gravitational segregation

Emeishan plume basalt—256 Ma


Gravitational segregation

Fe ores: Pan-Xi district (1) and Baiyuan-Ebo (18)


Gravitational segregation

Gabbro: cumulated

Emeishan basalts


Gravitational segregation

Ma-An-Shan andesitic porphyry--rich in magnetite

Ning-Wu

Basin

Yangtze

River


Gravitational segregation

Yangtze River

Ning-Wu Basin


Gravitational segregation

The Kaapvaal Creton in S Africa


Gravitational segregation

The Bushveld Igneous Complex (BIC) in South Africa

Granite

Mafic-

ultramafic


Gravitational segregation

The

ring

structure


Gravitational segregation

The Great Dike


Gravitational segregation

Cross section of

The Great Dike

Granitic

basement

Chromite-bearing

serpentinite

Platium-bearing

pyroxenite


Gravitational segregation

Stillwater complex


Gravitational segregation

Muskox intrusions


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