emplacement of ultramafic rocks (Aegean Sea, Greece): insights from diverse origins and modes of The geodynamic evolution of the Alpine orogen in the Cyclades Geological Society, London, Special Publications

@inproceedings{Katzir2007emplacementOU,
  title={emplacement of ultramafic rocks (Aegean Sea, Greece): insights from diverse origins and modes of The geodynamic evolution of the Alpine orogen in the Cyclades Geological Society, London, Special Publications},
  author={Yaron Katzir and Zvi Garfunkel and Dov Avigad and Allan Matthews},
  year={2007}
}
The Alpine orogen in the Cyclades, wherein both high-pressure metamorphic rocks and ultramafic rocks co-occur, is a key area in studying the emplacement of mantle rocks into the crust. Within the Cyclades three distinct ultramafic associations occur: (1) HP–LT ophiolitic melanges of the Cycladic Blueschist Unit (CBU) on Evia and Syros; (2) meta-peridotites associated with migmatized leucogneisses on Naxos, which represent the deepest exposed levels of the CBU; (3) a greenschist-facies… CONTINUE READING

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