Volcanisme Permien Du Massif De Chougrane-El Had Des Bouhsoussène (Maroc Central, Maroc)
AbstractPermian volcanic Chougrane-El Had the Bouhsoussène complex (central Morocco), manifested primarily by volcanic rocks rhyodacites nature and basalt intercalated in the clay-greso-conglomeratic permian deposits. These are rocks texture in general microlitic to porphyry. Basalts consists of a primary paragenesis formed of plagioclase, pyroxene, olivine and quartz and a secondary mineral assemblage consisting of muscovite, calcite, chlorite and quartz. The rhyodacites show primary paragenesis formed of plagioclase, pyroxene and quartz and a secondary mineral assemblage consisting of calcite and sericite. Petrographic characteristics of these rocks are comparable to those of the Permian volcanic complex Khénifra and Tiddas- Sebt Ait Ikkou (Central Morocco). Area Chougrane-El Had the Bouhsoussène created on intracontinentale tear in the Asturian phase (Michard, 1976) recorded three volcanic episodes, two major eruptive episode and a third in vein deposit mode.
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Boutsougame, A., Ouazzani, H., El Hadi, H., & Eddif, A. (2016). Volcanisme Permien Du Massif De Chougrane-El Had Des Bouhsoussène (Maroc Central, Maroc). European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 12(27), 81. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2016.v12n27p81