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Title: Interplay between geochemistry and magma dynamics during magma interaction: An example from the Sithonia Plutonic Complex (NE Greece)
Authors: Christofides, G. 
Perugini, D. 
Koroneos, A. 
Soldatos, T. 
Poli, G. 
Eleftheriadis, G. 
Moro, A. Del 
Neiva, A. M. 
Keywords: Magma mixing; Trace element modelling; Granitoid magmatism; Northern Greece
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: Lithos. 95:3-4 (2007) 243-266
Abstract: Orogenic granitoids often display mineralogical and geochemical features suggesting that open-system magmatic processes played a key role in their evolution. This is testified by the presence of enclaves of more mafic magmas dispersed into the granitoid mass, the occurrence of strong disequilibrium textures in mineralogical phases, and/or extreme geochemical and isotopic variability.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/3933
Rights: openAccess
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