Interactions between dioritic and granodioritic magmas in mingling zones: plagioclase record of mixing, mingling and subsolidus interactions in the Gęsiniec Intrusion, NE Bohemian Massif, SW Poland

@article{Pietranik2009InteractionsBD,
  title={Interactions between dioritic and granodioritic magmas in mingling zones: plagioclase record of mixing, mingling and subsolidus interactions in the Gęsiniec Intrusion, NE Bohemian Massif, SW Poland},
  author={Anna Pietranik and Juergen Koepke},
  journal={Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology},
  year={2009},
  volume={158},
  pages={17-36}
}
Dioritic and granodioritic rocks coexist in the Gęsiniec Intrusion in SW Poland showing typical relationships in many mafic–felsic mingling zones worldwide, such as dioritic syn-putonic dykes and microgranular enclaves within granodioritic host. Plagioclase zonation from granodioritic rocks suggests late stage mixing probably with dioritic magma, whereas no magma mixing is recorded in plagioclase from dioritic rocks. The diorites seem to show effects of interaction with evolved, leucocratic… CONTINUE READING

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