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Growth of early continental crust controlled by melting of amphibolite in subduction zones
It is thought that the first continental crust formed by melting of either eclogite or amphibolite, either at subduction zones or on the underside of thick oceanic crust. However, the observedExpand
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MPI-DING reference glasses for in situ microanalysis: New reference values for element concentrations and isotope ratios
We present new analytical data of major and trace elements for the geological MPI-DING glasses KL2-G, ML3B-G, StHs6/80-G, GOR128-G, GOR132-G, BM90/21-G, T1-G, and ATHO-G. Different analytical methodsExpand
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Nb and Ta incorporation and fractionation in titanian pargasite and kaersutite: Crystal-chemical constraints and implications for natural systems
New partition coefficients between liquid and pargasitic/kaersutitic amphiboles (Amph/LDNb,Ta) experimentally determined for Nb and Ta at upper-mantle conditions, combined with single-crystalExpand
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Trace-element incorporation in titanite: constraints from experimentally determined solid/liquid partition coefficients
Titanite/liquid partition coefficients for most of the trace elements relevant in petrogenetic studies are provided for titanite-saturated liquids equilibrated at 1.5 GPa and 850 °C starting fromExpand
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Trace-Element Partitioning Between Amphibole and Silicate Melt
Knowledge of the partitioning behavior of trace elements between solid and liquid is a prerequisite for modern igneous and mantle petrology. Most of the mathematical models simulating meltExpand
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Trace elements and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopes of K-rich, shoshonitic, and calc-alkaline magmatism of the Western Mediterranean Region: Genesis of ultrapotassic to calc-alkaline magmatic associations in a
Abstract High-MgO ultrapotassic rocks are found in four different areas of the Western Mediterranean basin associated in space and time with shoshonitic and calc-alkaline rocks. They representExpand
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Miocene to Messinian deformation and hydrothermal activity in a pre-Alpine basement massif of the French western Alps: new U-Th-Pb and argon ages from the Lauzière massif
U-Pb and Th-Pb dating of monazite from hydrothermal quartz veins ("Alpine veins") from the Lauziere massif (North Belledonne) together with Ar/Ar ages of adularias from the same veins constrain theExpand
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High resolution (5 μm) U–Th–Pb isotope dating of monazite with excimer laser ablation (ELA)-ICPMS
Abstract Monazite [(LREE)PO 4 ], a common accessory mineral in magmatic and metamorphic rocks, is complementary to zircon in U–Th–Pb geochronology. Because the mineral can record successive growthExpand
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In situ Pb geochronology of zircon with laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-sector field mass spectrometry
Abstract The in situ Pb geochronological capabilities of a laser ablation–inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometer (LA–ICP–MS) coupling a magnetic sector ICP–MS with a Nd:YAG laser probe workingExpand
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Major and trace element characterization of tephra layers offshore Pantelleria Island: insights into the last 200 ka of volcanic activity and contribution to the Mediterranean tephrochronology
A detailed tephrochronological study was carried out on the deep-sea core collected from Site 963A in the Sicily Channel during ODP Leg 160. The chronology of the succession is provided by anExpand
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