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American Mineralogist: Journal of Earth and Planetary Materials

Published Papers: NEW ADVANCES IN SUBDUCTION ZONE MAGMA GENESIS
Volume 103, 2018
1151
The uppermost mantle section below a remnant proto-Philippine Sea island arc: Insights from the peridotite fragments from the Daito Ridge
Tomoaki Morishita, Ken-Ichiro Tani, Yusuke Soda, Akihiro Tamura, Tomoyuki Mizukami, and Biswajit Ghosh
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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
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216
Petrology of “Mt. Shasta” high-magnesian andesite (HMA): A product of multi-stage crustal assembly
Martin J. Streck and William P. Leeman
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Volume 102, 2017
948
Using mineral geochemistry to decipher slab, mantle, and crustal input in the generation of high-Mg andesites and basaltic andesites from the northern Cascade Arc
May Sas, Susan M. DeBari, Michael A. Clynne, and Brian G. Rusk
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Volume 101, 2016
2405
Petrogenesis of antecryst-bearing arc basalts from the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt: Insights into along-arc variations in magma-mush ponding depths, H2O contents, and surface heat flux
Georg F. Zellmer, Mattia Pistone, Yoshiyuki Iizuka, Benjamin J. Andrews, Arturo Gómez-Tuena, Susanne M. Straub, and Elizabeth Cottrell
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Origin and petrogenetic implications of anomalous olivine from a Cascade forearc basalt
M.C. Rowe and F.J. Tepley III
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Experimental formation of pyroxenite veins by reactions between olivine and Si, Al, Ca, Na, and Cl-rich fluids at 800 ºC and 800 MPa: Implications for fluid metasomatism in the mantle wedge
Thomas B. Grant, Daniel E. Harlov, and Dieter Rhede
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