|Name||Mount Osceola Granite, Green biotite mesoperthitic granite|
|Geologic age||Early - Middle Jurassic|
Igneous > Plutonic > Granitic > Granite (Pluton)green biotite mesoperthitic granite
|Comments||Part of the White Mountain igneous province of McHone and Butler (1984) - Overall part of the White Mountain Plutonic-Volcanic Suite - Includes Cretaceous alkalic syenite to granitic to gabbroic plutons, minor volcanic rocks, and lamprophyre dikes of the New England-Quebec igneous province of McHone and Butler (1984); also includes Jurassic granite and syenite and less abundant quartz syenite, diorite, gabbro, nepheline syenite, and volcanic rocks of the White Mountain igneous province of McHone and Butler (1984). White Mountain Plutonic-Volcanic Suite, Mount Osceola Granite = 187+/-1 Rb/Sr per NH023.|
Lyons, J.B., Bothner, W.A., Moench, R.H., and Thompson, J.B., Jr., 1997, Bedrock Geologic Map of New Hampshire: Reston, VA, U.S. Geological Survey Special Map, 2 sheets, scale 1:250,000.
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Eby, G.N., Krueger, H.M., and Creasy, J.W., 1992, Geology, geochronology, and geochemistry of the White Mountain batholith, New Hampshire, in Puffer, J.H., and Ragland, P.C., eds., Eastern North American Mesozoic magmatism: Geological Society of America Special Paper 268, p. 379-397.
|Counties||Carroll - Coos|