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The Madre de Dios Metamorphic Complex (MDMC) in southern Chile is a fossil frontal accretionary prism, which is mainly composed of metapsammopelitic rocks, intercalations of oceanic rocks (greenstone and metachert) and platform carbonate. We concentrated on the metabasite to decipher the...
Northern Norrbotten, Sweden is a key part of Baltic Shield and provides a record of magmatic, tectonic and related, superimposed, Fe oxide–apatite and iron oxide–copper–gold (IOCG) mineralization, during the Svecokarelian orogeny. Titanite and allanite from a range of mineral deposits in...
The Cardigan Pluton, located in southwestern New Hampshire, USA, is a strongly peraluminous granodiorite that contains distinctive, meter-sized pods consisting of 50–70 modal % garnet (+sillimanite + biotite + plagioclase + quartz). The presence of fibrolitic mats and flat, unzoned major and...
Experiments have been conducted in the range 3–15 GPa and 850–1800°C to investigate the P–T stability field of OH-apatite in an average mid-ocean ridge basalt (MORB) and a model Mg-basalt, to study the compositional evolution of apatite and its breakdown products and the partitioning of P...
The voluminous succession of tholeiitic basalts, calc-alkaline andesites and minor high-K basalts that form the Late Miocene Altos de Jalisco mafic province of the western Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt is interpreted as the magmatic manifestation of a lithospheric dripping event, which removed...
In situ electron microprobe monazite dating and mineral equilibria modelling of amphibolite–granulite-facies metapelites from the southern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica has been carried out to unravel the P–T conditions, spatial extent and structural style of two overprinting...
The Upper Basin Member rhyolites are the oldest known post-collapse rhyolites of the third Yellowstone caldera. They were erupted near the caldera's resurgent domes between 516 ± 7 and 473 ± 9 ka and at 257 ± 13 ka. An unusual characteristic is their low δ 18 O signature. Few data are...
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