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Geologic units containing Granitoid

Granitoid
A general term for all phaneritic igneous rocks dominated by quartz and feldspars.
Subtopics:
Alkali-feldspar granite
Alkali-feldspar syenite
Diorite
Granite
Granodiorite
Monzodiorite
Monzonite
Quartz diorite
Quartz monzodiorite
Quartz monzonite
Quartz syenite
Syenite
Tonalite

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Granitic rocks (Proterozoic | Paleoproterozoic )
GRANITIC ROCKS OF 1,700-Ma AGE GROUP.
Granitic rocks (Proterozoic | Paleoproterozoic )
GRANITIC ROCKS OF 2,000-Ma AGE GROUP. Medicine Bow Mountains--Gaps Intrusion 3 (granitic). Hartville uplift--Granite and quartz monzonite of Flattop Butte 6; age 2,150+/- Ma.
Granitic rocks (Archean)
GRANITIC ROCKS OF 2,600-Ma AGE GROUP. Teton Range--Mount Owen Quartz Monzonite. Age 2,500+/- Ma; may be of Early Proterozoic age. Gros Ventre and Washakie Ranges--Granitic rocks. Yellowstone National Park, Owl Creek, Granite, and Seminoe Mountains, Rawlins uplift, and Medicine Bow Mountains--Granite. Wind River Range--Granodiorite to porphyritic and equigranular granite. Sierra Madre--Granite and granodiorite. Laramie Mountains--Granite, amphibolite, and minor amounts of metasedimentary rocks. Hartville uplift--Granite and quartz monzonite. Black Hills uplift--Granite and minor amounts of metasedimentary rocks.
Intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks (Phanerozoic | Cenozoic | Tertiary | Miocene Pliocene)
INTRUSIVE AND EXTRUSIVE IGNEOUS ROCKS--Composition ranges from hornblende monzonite to basalt. In Yellowstone area includes andesite and basalt of Emerald Lake (age about 2 Ma), rhyolite of Broad Creek, Pliocene Junction Butte Basalt, and gravel of Mount Everts. Age of basalt on Crescent Mountain 3.6 Ma.
Plutonic rocks (Archean)
PLUTONIC ROCKS. Wind River Range--Largely granite gneiss; contains diorite and quartz diorite facies. Bighorn Mountains--Quartz diorite to quartz monzonite. Age 2,900+ Ma.