Temporal relationships between Mg-K mafic magmatism and catastrophic melting of the Variscan crust in the southern part of Velay Complex (Massif Central, France)

@inproceedings{Couzini2014TemporalRB,
  title={Temporal relationships between Mg-K mafic magmatism and catastrophic melting of the Variscan crust in the southern part of Velay Complex (Massif Central, France)},
  author={Simon Couzini{\'e} and Jean-François Moyen and Arnaud Villaros and Jean-Louis Paquette and Jane H. Scarrow and Christian Marignac},
  year={2014}
}
*Corr esponding author Mg–K mafic intrusive rocks are commonly observed during the late stages of the evolution of orogenic belts. The Variscan French Massif Central has many outcrops of these rocks, locally called vaugnerites. Such magmas have a mantle-derived origin and therefore allow discussion of the role of mantle melting and crust–mantle interactions during late-orogenic processes. In the Southern Velay area of the French Massif Central, LA-ICPMS U–Pb dating on zircons and monazites from… CONTINUE READING

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