Crystallization Sequence and Magma Chamber Processes in the Ferrobasaltic Sept Iles Layered Intrusion, Canada

@article{Namur2010CrystallizationSA,
  title={Crystallization Sequence and Magma Chamber Processes in the Ferrobasaltic Sept Iles Layered Intrusion, Canada},
  author={O. Namur and B. Charlier and M. Toplis and Michael Denis Higgins and Jean-Paul Li{\'e}geois and J. V. Auwera},
  journal={Journal of Petrology},
  year={2010},
  volume={51},
  pages={1203-1236}
}
The Sept Iles layered intrusion (Quebec, Canada; 564 Ma) is a large plutonic body with a diameter of 80 km and a thickness of 6 km made up from its base to top of a layered series with troctolite and gabbro, and an upper border series with anorthosite, capped by cupolas of A-type granite. Chilled margin compositions suggest a ferrobasaltic parental magma close to that of the Skaergaard intrusion, but much richer in iron and titanium. Samples from drill-cores and surface sampling of the 4·7 km… Expand
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