Oslo-Gebiet  -  Vulkanite  -  Rhombenporphyr RP3

RP3a: "The overlying lava flow RP3a is a most conspicious type. It carries very abundant and large crystals, the largest seen in any rhomb porphyry of the Krogskogen district. It is only about 10 m thick and is overlain by a bed of coarse conglomeratic sandstone..." (Holtedahl & Dons 1966, S. 77)
 
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    RP 3a Krogskogen,
   leg. K.-D. Meyer 1966,
   Geozentrum Hannover 

      
 
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Rhombenporphyr
RP 3a  Krogskogen, leg. K.-D. Meyer 1966, Geozentrum Hannover
 
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    RP 3a Krogskogen,
  
Sgl. A. P. Meyer 1964
    
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RP3b:
"The suceeding lava flow RP3b is a very typical rhomb porphyry in that the huge phenocrysts are very sharp-edged and many good rhombic sections are easily seen..." (Holtedahl & Dons 1966, S. 77)
   
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    RP 3b
 Krogskogen,
   leg. K.-D. Meyer 1966,
   Geozentrum Hannover

 
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 RP 3b Krogskogen,
   leg. K.-D. Meyer 1966,
   Geozentrum Hannover

 
 
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