Vapour-Absent Melting from 10 to 20 kbar of Crustal Rocks that Contain Multiple Hydrous Phases: Implications for Anatexis in the Deep to Very Deep Continental Crust and Active Continental Margins

@inproceedings{Skjerlie1996VapourAbsentMF,
  title={Vapour-Absent Melting from 10 to 20 kbar of Crustal Rocks that Contain Multiple Hydrous Phases: Implications for Anatexis in the Deep to Very Deep Continental Crust and Active Continental Margins},
  author={Kjell Petter Skjerlie and Andrew D. Johnston},
  year={1996}
}
Dehydration-tnelting experiments from 10 to 20 kbar were performed on a metavolcanoclastic rock containing (in vol. %) biotite (16), amphibole (15) and epidott (13) in addition to plagioclase and quartzAt 10 and 12-5 kbar traces of biotite and epidote remain at 850°C, amphibole becomes more abundant, and the melt fraction is 5—10 vol. %. These relationships reflect that the thermal stability of biotite is lowered in the presence of epidote through the dehydration-melting reaction biotite… CONTINUE READING

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