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270. Intrusive Igneous Activity and the Landscape

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In this Geography Factsheet you will find:
• Where do intrusive rocks come from?
• What types of intrusive bodies of rock are there?
• Characteristics of intrusive igneous bodies.
• Impacts of intrusive igneous activity on the landscape.
• Case Study: Late Carboniferous crustal extension: the landscape of Northern England.
• Case Study: Landscapes formed by Paleogene rifting – Isle of Arran.
• Case Study: Crustal convergence in the South West of England: Landscapes of Devon and Cornwall.

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April 2011

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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