Metamorphic chemical geodynamics of subduction zones

@inproceedings{Bebout2007MetamorphicCG,
  title={Metamorphic chemical geodynamics of subduction zones},
  author={G E Bebout},
  year={2007}
}
Study of metamorphic suites directly representing the deep subduction of altered oceanic crust and sediments can help elucidate the geochemical evolution of the forearc-to-subarc slab–mantle interface, the nature of slab-derived fluids added to arc lava source regions, and the chemical changes in subducting rocks potentially contributing to the geochemical heterogeneity of the deeper mantle. The stage is set for more focused geochemical study of high-pressure (HP) and ultrahigh-pressure (UHP… CONTINUE READING
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