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L'Adrar Ebrhoren (Tin Ebrorhen)

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Occurrence number: 
105-00-015
Country: 
Mali
Location: 
Longitude: 1.43, Latitude: 19.32

Extending some 25 km north-south and with a width of 8 km Ebrhoren is cut by several sinistral faults trending approximately parallel to its length, which are probably responsible for its elongated form. It is composed of aegirine-arfvedsonite granite.

References: 
BA, H., BLACK, R., BENZIANE, B., DIOMBANA, D., HASCOET-FENDER, J., BONIN, B., FABRE, J. and LIÉGEOIS, J.P. 1985. La province des complexes annulaires alcalins sursaturés de l'Adrar des Iforas, Mali. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 3: 123-42.FABRE, J. 1982. Carte geologique de l'Adrar des Iforas. 1:500,000. Direction Nationale de la Geologie et des Mines, Republique du Mali, et Centre Geologique et Geophysique de Montpellier (CNRS), France.
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