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Many thanks Tom. I'll keep your kind request in mind.

At 11:01 AM 01/06/19 -0400, you wrote:
>           This message is directed to Prof. David Pattison:
>
>                                                June 19, 2001
>
>Bonjour David,
>
>        A fine-grained, highly aluminous (Al2O3 = 31.8%) pelitic schist of
>Eocene age from Cuyuja, on the eastern Andean slope 45 km S of the equator
>and 60 km ESE of Quito, carries the assemblage:
>
>quartz-paragonite-muscovite-chloritoid-chlorite-kyanite-rutile-graphite.
>
>        I began a study of this unusual rock 30 years ago, but didn't get to
>complete it before leaving Ecuador in 1978.  A scattering of samples, thin
>sections (regular and polished), as well as some analytical data have
>survived several ensuing moves, and are still in my possession.  If any of
>this would be of use to you, please let me know.
>
>        All the best,
>
>                                                Tomas Feininger
>                                                Geologist & Prof
>

David R.M. Pattison, Department of Geology and Geophysics,
University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, T2N 1N4, Canada.
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