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Garnetiferous leucogneiss
This rock type is characteristic of the light colored layers in the Sacandaga Formation. The mineralogy consists of garnet, feldspar, and quartz. Occasionally, sillimanite and skeletal oxides occur. Both plagioclase and microcline are present. Quartz…

Two-pyroxene-plagioclase granulite
The Sacandaga Formation consists of a well layered series of dark granulites (AD-12) and leucogneisses (AD-13). Orthopyroxene is generally present in greater quantity than clinopyroxene. It is not known whether these rocks are metasedimentary or…
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