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  1. Weymouth

    ... are also noticeably weathered with the formation of chlorite and other alteration products. There are no macro scale signs of ... minerals are also noticeably weathered with the formation of chlorite, epidote and other alteration products. Chlorite presents some ...

    Ed FitzGerald - 2015-09-05

  2. Unfading Green

    ... color of the specimen possibly suggests the presence of chlorite . Owning to the aphanitic nature of the material, many of the ... void or some other structure filled with what are likely chlorite group minerals and opaques that is approximately 2.25 by 1 mm. Clearly ...

    Raven Mueller - 2015-08-12

  3. Wausau Red Granite

    ... present. Alteration minerals of mafic components includes chlorite , iron oxides and hydroxides, and smectite clay s. There are ... amounts. Alteration minerals of mafic components includes chlorite, iron oxides and hydroxides, and smectite clays. There are slight ...

    Intern - 2015-09-04

  4. Wisconsin Red Granite

    ... the most common accessory mineral and is often altered to chlorite . Opaques are also present at less than 1 percent of slide area. ... is the most common accessory mineral and is often altered to chlorite. Opaques are also present at less than 1 percent of slide area. ...

    Intern - 2015-09-05

  5. Unfading Mottled Purple and Green

    ... slate . The color of the specimen suggests significant chlorite and iron presence and possibly variable oxidation environments in ...

    Raven Mueller - 2015-08-12

  6. Unfading Mottled Green and Purple

    ... color of the specimen possibly suggests the presence of chlorite as well as hematite and or limonite . Owning to the ...

    Raven Mueller - 2015-08-12

  7. Unfading Red

    ... Most of these are filled with what are likely replacement chlorite minerals. Several contain carbonate minerals in the process of being ...

    Raven Mueller - 2015-08-12

  8. Semi-Weathering Gray-Green

    ... possibly suggests the presence of graphite dust and chlorite . Owning to the aphanitic nature of the material, many of the ...

    Raven Mueller - 2015-08-12

  9. Unfading Green

    ... slate . The color of the specimen suggests significant chlorite presence. Owning to the aphanitic nature of the material, many ...

    Raven Mueller - 2015-08-12

  10. Dolph Pond Granite

    ... to serpentine and other secondary products such as chlorite and likely talc and others. Feldspars also present low to moderate ... weathered into a variety of secondary minerals: calcite , chlorite, and others. These areas are associated with garnet and biotite ...

    Ed FitzGerald - 2015-09-04

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