Giles Complex, South and West Australia

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The Giles Complex is comprised of numerous layered gabbro intruded into a granulite terrain.
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65-027.jpg. Scarface intrusion from Ewarara. Giles complex, South Australia.

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65-037.jpg. Mega layering in gabbro. Cavenagh Hills,Giles, South Australia.

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64-183.jpg. Layering in gabbro. Giles Complex, South Australia.

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64-185.jpg Layering in gabbro. Giles Complex, South Australia.

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64-187.jpg. Slumps in gabbro. Giles Complex, South Australia.

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64-197.jpg Hornblende crystals in gabbro. East Davies, Giles Complex, South Australia.

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64-200.jpg. Gabbro/granulite contact. East Davies, Giles Complex, South Australia.

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64-205.jpg. Irregular layering in gabbro. North Davies, Giles Complex, South Australia.

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64-165.jpg  Chilled contacts in small dikes. Giles Complex, South Australia.

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64-171.jpg Dikes. Giles Complex, South Australia.

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