The geochemistry and evolution of the Lizard Complex, Cornwall
Shepherd, Adrian (1986) The geochemistry and evolution of the Lizard Complex, Cornwall. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
The Lizard Complex consists of a poorly exposed assemblage of serpentinites, gabbros, amphibolites, basic dykes, metasediments and gneisses. As an alternative approach to conventional mapping of the inland area, the geochemistry of the residual soils of the area are used to identify the underlying lithologies.
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