Silica-rich Melts in Quartz Xenoliths from Vulcano Island and their Bearing on Processes of Crustal Anatexis and Crust---Magma Interaction beneath the Aeolian Arc , Southern Italy

@inproceedings{Frezzotti2003SilicarichMI,
  title={Silica-rich Melts in Quartz Xenoliths from Vulcano Island and their Bearing on Processes of Crustal Anatexis and Crust---Magma Interaction beneath the Aeolian Arc , Southern Italy},
  author={M Frezzotti and ANGELO PECCERILLO and Vittorio Zanon and Igor K. Nikogosian},
  year={2003}
}
Quartz-rich xenoliths in lavas and pyroclastic rocks from Vulcano Island, part of the Aeolian arc, Italy, contain silicic melt inclusions with high SiO2 (73---80 wt %) and K2O (3---6 wt %) contents. Two types of inclusions can be distinguished based on their time of entrapment and incompatible trace element (ITE) concentrations. One type (late, ITE-enriched inclusions) has trace element characteristics that resemble those of the metamorphic rocks of the Calabro-Peloritano basement of the… CONTINUE READING

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