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American Mineralogist: Journal of Earth and Planetary Materials

Published Papers: SPECIAL COLLECTION: ADVANCES IN ULTRAHIGH-PRESSURE METAMORPHISM
Volume 102, 2017
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Dissolving dolomite in a stable UHP mineral assemblage: Evidence from Cal-Dol marbles of the Dora-Maira Massif (Italian Western Alps)
Simona Ferrando, Chiara Groppo, Maria Luce Frezzotti, Daniele Castelli, and Alexander Proyer
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Volume 101, 2016
1792
Dissolution-reprecipitation metasomatism and growth of zircon within phosphatic garnet in metapelites from western Massachusetts
Emily M. Peterman, David R. Snoeyenbos, Michael J. Jercinovic, and Andrew Kylander-Clark
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Discovery of in situ super-reducing, ultrahigh-pressure phases in the Luobusa ophiolitic chromitites, Tibet: New insights into the deep upper mantle and mantle transition zone
Ru Y. Zhang, Jing-Sui Yang, W.G. Ernst, Bor-Ming Jahn, Yoshiyuki Iizuka, and Guo-Lin Guo
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Contrasting P-T paths within the Barchi-Kol UHP terrain (Kokchetav Complex): Implications for subduction and exhumation of continental crust
Aleksandr S. Stepanov, Daniela Rubatto, Joerg Hermann, and Andrey V. Korsakov
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Multi-stage barite crystallization in partially melted UHP eclogite from the Sulu belt, China
Songjie Wang, Lu Wang, Michael Brown, and Peng Feng
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Tetrahedral boron in natural and synthetic HP/UHP tourmaline: Evidence from Raman spectroscopy, EMPA, and single-crystal XRD
Martin Kutzschbach, Bernd Wunder, Dieter Rhede, Monika Koch-Müller, Andreas Ertl, Gerald Giester, Wilhelm Heinrich, and Gerhard Franz
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Immiscible melt droplets in garnet, as represented by ilmenite–magnetite–spinel spheroids in an eclogite-garnet peridotite association, Blansk. les Granulite Massif, Czech Republic
Stanislav Vrána, Lukáš Ackerman, Vojtěch Erban, and Patricie Halodová
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