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Melt inclusions at MT. Edixon (Antarctica): Chemistry, petrology and implications for the evolution of the Lanterman range

Abstract : *Manuscript Click here to view linked References  Melt inclusions first discovered in peritectic garnets in paragneiss from the Edixon Metamorphic Complex, Lanterman Range, Antarctica  Primary glasses from remelting of inclusions are sub-alkaline and peraluminous with 4-5 wt. % H O and CO < 0.1 wt. %  Anatexis at the Edixon Metamorphic Complex occurred at different crustal levels *Highlights (for review)
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Fabio Ferri, Bernardo Cesare, Omar Bartoli, Silvio Ferrero, Rosaria Palmeri, et al.. Melt inclusions at MT. Edixon (Antarctica): Chemistry, petrology and implications for the evolution of the Lanterman range. Lithos, Elsevier, 2020, 374-375, pp.105685. ⟨10.1016/j.lithos.2020.105685⟩. ⟨hal-02959290⟩

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