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What is the second lowest temperature mineral on Bowen's Reaction Series?
What term refers to solid state recrystallisation due to heat or pressure?
What process is the reverse of partial melting?
Name one of two minerals which form the tiny spots seen in spotted rock
When lavas are >3m thick, what feature may form?
What term describes the process whereby magmas of various composition can arise from a single parent magma?
What name is given to a splintery, granoblastic rock containing sillimanite?
What sort of earthquake is caused by the vibration of magma?
What type of igneous rock tends to form in veins around batholiths?
What type of volcano is mainly composed of basalt?
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Heat, pressure and what other variable affect metamorphism?
What mineral is between pyroxene and biotite on Bowen's Reaction Series?
What type of metamorphism is seen around a batholith?
What type of lavas have rounded tops and saggy bottoms?
What is the process whereby denser minerals in a magma sink to the bottom?
What term refers to a volcano which has erupted in geological time?
What type of eruption spews out low viscosity magma?
Name a mineral which is not a metamorphic polymorph and only occurs in metamorphic rock.
What process squeezes magma out from between crystals, so they can no longer react?

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