Nephelinite, olivine nephelinite, melilitite, phonolite and carbonatite are found in the vicinity of Frederikshabs Isblink as 0.5-2 m thick, vertical, north-south-trending dykes as well as some flat-lying sheets. A carbonate breccia occupies a 'blow' along one dyke (Hansen, 1980, p.145). Clinopyroxene is the dominant mineral and is present as phenocrysts, while in the more evolved rocks magnetite, apatite and possible leucite, now present as pseudoleucite, form phenocrysts. Other phases include melilite, melanite-schorlomite, amphibole, perovskite and sphene. The carbonatitic rocks are mainly composed of calcite, phlogopite, magnetite, apatite, garnet and melilite. Some dykes carry a little matrix K-feldspar. Analyses of rocks, clinopyroxenes, magnetite, garnet, olivine and phlogopite will be found in Hansen (1980), details of Sr istotope chemistry in Hansen (1981) and of REE in Hansen (1984).