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Noted Papers

American Mineralogist      Vol. 103, no. 3   March 2018

Modeling of trace elemental zoning patterns in accessory minerals with emphasis on the origin of micrometer-scale oscillatory zoning in zircon
Oleg E. Melnik and Ilya N. Bindeman
Item #AM-18-36182
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Experimental calibration and implications of olivine-melt vanadium oxybarometry for hydrous basaltic arc magmas
Tatiana A. Shishkina, Maxim V. Portnyagin, Roman E. Botcharnikov, Renat R. Almeev, Anna V. Simonyan, Dieter Garbe-Schönberg, Stephan Schuth, Martin Oeser, and Francois Holtz
Item #AM-18-36210
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A mineralogical archive of the biogeochemical sulfur cycle preserved in the subsurface of the Río Tinto system
David C. Fernández-Remolar, Neil Banerjee, David Gómez-Ortiz, Matthew Izawa, and Ricardo Amils
Item #AM-18-36288
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Revision of the CaCO3–MgCO3 phase diagram at 3 and 6 GPa
Anton Shatskiy, Ivan V. Podborodnikov, Anton V. Arefiev, Daniil A. Minin, Artem D. Chanyshev, and Konstantin D. Litasov
Item #AM-18-36277
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Redox-controlled dissolution of monazite in fluids and implications for phase stability in the lithosphere
Dustin Trail
Item #AM-18-36296
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A common origin for Thai/Cambodian rubies and blue and violet sapphires from Yogo Gulch, Montana, U.S.A.?
Aaron C. Palke, Jacqueline Wong, Charles Verdel, and Janaína N. Ávila
Item #AM-18-36164
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Submicrometer yttrian zircon coating and arborescent aeschynite microcrystals on truncated bipyramidal anatase: An electron microscopy study of miarolitic cavities in the Cuasso al Monte granophyre (Varese, Italy)
Giancarlo Capitani, Enrico Mugnaioli, and Paolo Gentile
Item #AM-18-36242
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