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Progress relating to calculation of partial melting equilibria for metapelites
mproved activity–composition relationships for biotite, garnet and silicate liquid are used to construct updated P–T grids and pseudosections for high-grade metapelites. The biotite model involves TiExpand
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Melt loss and the preservation of granulite facies mineral assemblages
The loss of a metamorphic fluid via the partitioning of H2O into silicate melt at higher metamorphic grade implies that, in the absence of open system behaviour of melt, the amount of H2O containedExpand
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Spatially-focussed melt formation in aluminous metapelites from Broken Hill, Australia
Large garnet poikiloblasts hosted by leucosome in metapelitic gneiss from Broken Hill reflect complex mineral–melt relationships. The spatial relationship between the leucosomes and the garnetExpand
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New mineral activity-composition relations for thermodynamic calculations in metapelitic systems
New activity–composition (a–x) relations for minerals commonly occurring in metapelites are presented for use with the internally consistent thermodynamic dataset of Holland & Powell (2011, JournalExpand
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Postsealing genetic variation and population structure of two species of fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella and A. tropicalis)
Commercial sealing in the 18th and 19th centuries had a major impact on the Antarctic and subantarctic fur seal populations (Arctocephalus gazella and A. tropicalis) in the Southern Ocean. TheExpand
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The interpretation of reaction textures in Fe-rich metapelitic granulites of the Musgrave Block, central Australia: constraints from mineral equilibria calculations in the system
Fe-rich metapelitic granulites of the Musgrave Block, central Australia, contain several symplectic and coronal reaction textures that post-date a peak S2 metamorphic assemblage involving garnet,Expand
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Activity–composition relations for the calculation of partial melting equilibria in metabasic rocks
A set of thermodynamic models is presented that, for the first time, allows partial melting equilibria to be calculated for metabasic rocks. The models consist of new activity–composition relationsExpand
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An in situ metatexite–diatexite transition in upper amphibolite facies rocks from Broken Hill, Australia
Upper amphibolite facies felsic gneiss from Broken Hill records the metatexite to schlieren diatexite to massive diatexite transition in a single rock type over a scale of tens to hundreds of metres.Expand
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The effect of Mn on mineral stability in metapelites revisited: new a–x relations for manganese-bearing minerals
The a–x relations recently presented in White et al. (2014, Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 32, 261–286) are extended to include MnO. This provides a set of internally consistent a–x relations forExpand
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Prograde Metamorphic Assemblage Evolution during Partial Melting of Metasedimentary Rocks at Low Pressures: Migmatites from Mt Stafford, Central Australia
The Mt Stafford area in central Australia preserves a lowpressure greenschistto granulite-facies regional aureole. The metasedimentary sequence has been divided into five zones from greenschist (ZoneExpand
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