Melt-peridotite interactions : Links between garnet pyroxenite and high-Mg# signature of continental crust

@inproceedings{Liu2005MeltperidotiteI,
  title={Melt-peridotite interactions : Links between garnet pyroxenite and high-Mg# signature of continental crust},
  author={Yongsheng Liu and Shan Gao and Cin-Ty A. Lee and Shenghong Hu and Xiaoming Liu and Honglin Yuan},
  year={2005}
}
Abundant lherzolite, garnet pyroxenite and granulite xenoliths are found in the Neogene Hannuoba basalt of the North China craton. Garnet pyroxenites generally occur as veins/layers in spinel lherzolites. There is a gradual decrease in olivine and an increase in orthopyroxene mode going from the lherzolite to the pyroxenite, suggesting that orthopyroxene may be forming at the expense of olivine. Garnet pyroxenites are enriched in the highly incompatible elements (e.g., Rb, K, Na, Sr, Ba, Nb and… CONTINUE READING
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