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    • Deep in the Heart of Texas...Volcanoes. 

      Contreras, Edgar (2017)
      The Gulf of Mexico formed during a period of seafloor spreading and continental rifting during which there was a period of magmatism in central Texas, now known as the Balcones igneous province. Knippa basalt is a volcanic ...
    • Lower Crust from Beneath the Arctic Ice 

      Aqil, Diana (2017)
      Three major layers compose the oceanic crust: sediment, basalt, and gabbro, a total thickness normally between 5-10 km. The deepest, least accessible, and least understood of these is gabbro, an crystalline magmatic rock ...
    • Petrology and Geochemistry of New Paired Martian Meteorites LAR 12240 and LAR 12095 

      Funk, Rachel C. 1983-; 0000-0002-5703-8988 (2016-05-09)
      This project describes two Martian meteorites, paired olivine-phyric shergottites LAR 12240 and LAR 12095, in order to decipher their petrological context, and place constraints on the geological history of Mars. This ...