Coeval felsic and Mafic Magmas in neoarchean calc-alkaline magmatic arcs, Dharwar craton, Southern India: Field and petrographic evidence from mafic to Hybrid magmatic enclaves and synplutonic Mafic dykes

  title={Coeval felsic and Mafic Magmas in neoarchean calc-alkaline magmatic arcs, Dharwar craton, Southern India: Field and petrographic evidence from mafic to Hybrid magmatic enclaves and synplutonic Mafic dykes},
  author={Mudlappa Jayananda and Raghavan Gireesh and Kowete-U. Sekhamo and Takashi Miyazaki},
  journal={Journal of the Geological Society of India},
We present field and petrographic data on Mafic Magmatic Enclaves (MME), hybrid enclaves and synplutonic mafic dykes in the calc-alkaline granitoid plutons from the Dharwar craton to characterize coeval felsic and mafic magmas including interaction of mafic and felsic magmas. The composite host granitoids comprise of voluminous juvenile intrusive facies and minor anatectic facies. MME, hybrid enclaves and synplutonic mafic dykes are common but more abundant along the marginal zone of individual… 
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