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Determining the Source for the Magmas of Monte Amiata (Central Italy) Using Strontium, Neodymium, and Lead Isotope Analysis

@inproceedings{James2004DeterminingTS,
  title={Determining the Source for the Magmas of Monte Amiata (Central Italy) Using Strontium, Neodymium, and Lead Isotope Analysis},
  author={Kristen M. James},
  year={2004}
}
Monte Amiata is a recently extinct volcano that produced trachydacites and a few small olivine latite flows. The Amiata suite showed crustal strontium, neodymium, and lead isotopic signatures. Sr/Sr ratio values ranged from 0.712447 to 0.713068 and Nd/Nd ratios ranged from 0.512094 to 0.512203. Pb/Pb values ranged from 15.6694 to 16.2330 and Pb/Pb ratios ranged from 18.7125 to 19.0882. The olivine latite flows towards the end of volcanic activity would suggest more mantle influence than the… Expand
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