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The 2007 caldera-forming eruption of Piton de la Fournaise (PdF) erupted the largest volume of magma (210 Mm 3 ) recorded at this volcano in at least three centuries. Major and trace element and Sr–Nd isotope data for bulk-rocks, groundmasses and olivine phenocrysts have been combined with melt...
Monogenetic volcanism can produce eruptive suites showing considerable complexity in compositional features and pre-eruptive magma evolution. The ∼5 ka Mount Gambier Volcanic Complex (MGVC), a monogenetic volcanic centre in SE Australia’s Newer Volcanics Province (NVP), is a good example. It...
Grenada is the southernmost island in the Lesser Antilles arc, a chain of subduction-related volcanoes distinguished by its diversity of magma composition and unusually abundant plutonic xenoliths, many with cumulate textures. We have determined the mineral compositions of a newly collected,...
Convergent plate margins typically experience a transition from subduction to collision dynamics as massive continental blocks enter the subduction channel. Studies of high-pressure rocks indicate that tectonic fragments are rapidly exhumed from eclogite facies to mid-crustal levels, but the...
New compositional profiles across plagioclase grains from the Layered Series (LS), Marginal Border Series (MBS) and Upper Border Series (UBS) of the Skaergaard intrusion are used to understand the mechanisms of cumulate rock solidification and the fate of the interstitial liquid. The data show...
Granulite xenoliths entrained within Quaternary rift basalts in northern Tanzania document the composition, equilibration conditions, age and petrogenesis of the present-day lower crust beneath the eastern margin of the Tanzanian Craton (Labait) and the adjacent Mozambique Belt (Lashaine and...
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