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Title: Rock of ages
Authors: Vidal Romaní, J. R.
Yepes, Jorge 
Fernández Mosquera, Daniel
De Uña, D.
Twidale, C. R.
UNESCO Clasification: 250607 Geomorfología
Issue Date: 2004
Abstract: Granite is emplaced deep in the Earth's crust. It cools and crystallises and is subjected to thermal and magmatic events, and to recurrent stresses. It develops textures or fabrics as well as strain patterns which, as erosion brings the rock mass near the surface, find expression in various fracture sets and systems.
Source: Binghamton International Geomorphology Symposium (35º.2004. Kentuky): Weathering and landscape evolution: abstracts, p. 31
Rights: by-nc-nd
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