A dearth of intermediate melts at subduction zone volcanoes and the petrogenesis of arc andesites

@article{Reubi2009ADO,
  title={A dearth of intermediate melts at subduction zone volcanoes and the petrogenesis of arc andesites},
  author={O. Reubi and J. Blundy},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2009},
  volume={461},
  pages={1269-1273}
}
Andesites represent a large proportion of the magmas erupted at continental arc volcanoes and are regarded as a major component in the formation of continental crust. Andesite petrogenesis is therefore fundamental in terms of both volcanic hazard and differentiation of the Earth. Andesites typically contain a significant proportion of crystals showing disequilibrium petrographic characteristics indicative of mixing or mingling between silicic and mafic magmas, which fuels a long-standing debate… Expand
Formation of hybrid arc andesites beneath thick continental crust
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