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Mantle-derived xenoliths from the Marsabit shield volcano (eastern flank of the Kenya rift) include porphyroclastic spinel peridotites characterized by variable styles of metasomatism. The petrography of the xenoliths indicates a transition from primary clinopyroxene-bearing cryptically...
The Miocene Kofu Granitic Complex (KGC) occurs in the Izu Collision Zone where the Izu–Bonin–Mariana (IBM) arc has been colliding with the Honshu arc since the middle Miocene. The KGC includes rocks ranging in compositions from biotite-bearing granite (the Shosenkyo and Mizugaki plutons), and...
Chemical trends from north (amphibolite facies) to south (granulite facies) along a 95 km traverse in Tamil Nadu, Southern India, include: whole-rock depletion of Rb, Cs, Th and U, enrichment in Ti and F, and depletion in Fe and Mn in biotite and amphibole; increases in Al and decreases in Mn in...
We present whole-rock major- and trace-element and Nd–Sr–Pb radiogenic isotope data for Cretaceous igneous suites from eastern Cuba. These rocks are related to the Greater Antilles paleo-island arc magmatism and have three different igneous styles. Group 1 consists of tholeiitic basalts and...
The focus of this study is a suite of garnet-bearing mantle xenoliths from Oahu, Hawaii. Clinopyroxene, olivine, and garnet constitute the bulk of the xenoliths, and orthopyroxene is present in small amounts. Clinopyroxene has exsolved orthopyroxene, spinel, and garnet. Many xenoliths also...
Recent basaltic andesite lavas from Merapi volcano contain abundant, complexly zoned, plagioclase phenocrysts, analysed here for their petrographic textures, major element composition and Sr isotope composition. Anorthite (An) content in individual crystals can vary by as much as 55 mol% (An...
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