Definition of Eklogite
1. eclogite [n -S] - See also: eclogite
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eklogite
Literary usage of Eklogite
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Elements of Chemical and Physical Geology by Gustav Bischof (1855)
"The frequent transition of eklogite into granulite, ... The eklogite consists of small granules of hornblende, with numerous brown and red garnet crystals ..."
2. Rocks Classified and Described: A Treatise on Lithology by Bernhard von Cotta (1866)
"In the eklogite of the Sau-Alp mountain in Styria, zoisite and actinolite are almost its predominant constituents, and it contains in addition to the ..."
3. Bulletin (1884)
"308 comes from the edge of the dike, and is so filled with garnets as to resemble eklogite. Neither of the four specimens would macroscopi- cally be taken ..."
4. Geology of Wisconsin: Survey of 1873-1879 by Wisconsin Chief Geologist, Wisconsin Geological Survey (1880)
"A great number of different rocks have been called " eklogite. ... eklogite is not very widely distributed, but it occurs in association with ..."
5. British Petrography: With Special Reference to the Igneous Rocks by Jethro Justinian Harms Teall (1888)
"Gabbro, eklogite, diabase, diorite, granulite and even granite were supposed to he capable of transmutation into serpentine. This view, advocated by BISCHOF ..."