Chemical Composition of Melts of the Early Eocene Volcanic Center at Cape Khairyuzova, Western Kamchatka: Evidence from Inclusions in Mineralsстатья

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[1] Chemical composition of melts of the early eocene volcanic center at cape khairyuzova, western kamchatka: Evidence from inclusions in minerals / D. V. Kovalenko, V. B. Naumov, V. Y. Prokofiev et al. // Petrology. — 2017. — Vol. 25, no. 1. — P. 66–86. Original authors’ data on the mineralogy and composition of melt inclusions in two samples show that the Early Eocene magmatic rocks at Cape Khairyuzova were formed by mixing melts of mafic, intermediate,and acid composition, which were derived from different sources. The mafic melt was rich in MgO, and its temperature was 1100–1150oC. The temperature of the acid melt varied from 1070 to 1130oC. The melts also different in concentrations of trace elements and in their ratios. All three melt types are enriched in LILE and LREE and depleted in HFSE and were likely derived in suprasubductional environments. The mafic and intermediate magmas were formed by melting a mantle wedge and subsequent fractionation of the melts. The acid melts could be formed by melting crustal rocks when they were overheated in the newly formed orogen of significant thickness. When ascending, the mantle melts could mix in variable proportions with acid melts in crustal chambers. [ DOI ]

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