Evolution and geodynamic significance of the tertiary orogenic volcanism in Northeastern Greece

@article{Innocenti1984EvolutionAG,
  title={Evolution and geodynamic significance of the tertiary orogenic volcanism in Northeastern Greece},
  author={Fabrizio Innocenti and Nikos Kolios and Piero Manetti and R. Mazzuoli and G. Peccerillo and Fenyvesi Rita and Luigi Villari},
  journal={Bulletin Volcanologique},
  year={1984},
  volume={47},
  pages={25-37}
}
The Tertiary volcanism of Eastern Macedonia and Western Thrace (Greece) developed in association with the sedimentary basin which formed, from Eocene to Oligocene, along the southern margin of the Rhodope Massif.The volcanic products, ranging in composition from basaltic andesites to rhyolites, show an overall calc-alkaline orogenic affinity, while chemical characteristics identify different groups of rocks, probably reflecting minor differences among parent magmas. The observed evolution… CONTINUE READING

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