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Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: lowcr, fenitization, features, experimentsgraphite, examining, evolution, england, emplacementhigh, emplacement, forearc, ...

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lowcr, fenitization, features, experimentsgraphite, examining, evolution, england, emplacementhigh, emplacement, forearc, gabbro, limitationsplagioclase, kinetics, kimberlite, incipient, implications, hydrous, growth, genesisthe, eastern, dunite, distribution, campo, borrowdale, basaltic, aureole, applications, alps, aln, ?, carbonatite, chondritetiinzircon, diamond, deposit, decompression, datasolubility, contact, conditions, complex, chromitite, NA

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A kinetic model of metamorphism: an application to siliceous dolomites

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A reappraisal of episodic burial metamorphism in the Andes of central Chile

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Ages, rare-earth element enrichment, and petrogenesis of tholeiitic and alkalic basalts from Kahoolawe Island, Hawaii

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An 40 Ar/ 39 Ar, Rb/Sr, and stable isotope study of micas in low-grade fold-and-thrust belt: an example from the Swiss Helvetic Alps

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An experimental study of phase equilibria in the systems H2O?CO2?CaCl2 and H2O?CO2?NaCl at high pressures and temperatures (500?800''C, 0.5?0.9'GPa): geological and geophysical applications

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ber Verwitterungsbildungen des Brockengranits n'rdlich St. Andreasberg

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Boron isotopic variations in hydrous rhyolitic melts: a case study from Long Valley, California

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Can metamorphic reactions proceed faster than bulk strain?

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Carbon isotopic thermometry and geobarometry of sillimanite isograd in thermal aureoles: the depth of emplacement of upper crustal granitic bodies

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