Petrology and Geochemistry of Continental Rifts: Volume One by D. K. Bailey (auth.), E.-R. Neumann, I. B. Ramberg (eds.)

By D. K. Bailey (auth.), E.-R. Neumann, I. B. Ramberg (eds.)

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D. C. L. Gibson, Contr. Min. , 36, 181, 1972. 2. ~ Barberi, R. Santacroce and J. Varet, Bull. , 38, 755, 1974. 3. F. Barberi and others, J. , 16, 22, 1975. 4. F. Ferrara and M. Treuil, Bull. Vol~, 38, 548, 1974. 5. K. Bailey and R. Macdonald, Min. Mag. • 6. J. Allegre, M. F. Minster and-P. Albarede, Contr. Min. , 60, 57, 1977. 7. F. Minster, ~B. Minster, M. J. Allegre, Contr. Min. , 61, 49, 1977. 8. B. F. Benage, J. Volc. Geotherm. , ~, 17, 1977. 9. S. Banno and Y. Matsui, Chern. , 11, 1, 1973.

M. Lindstrom, Geochemical studies of volcanic rocks from Pinzon and Santiago Islands, Galapagos Archipelago. D. dissertation, university of Oregon, 1976. 16. M. S. thesis, University of Oregon, 1975. 17. I. Nekrasov, Geochem. , 378, 1970. 18. M. F. Yefimov, Geochem. , 121, 1970. 19. I. Tikhomirova, Geochem. , §, 81, 1971. 20. J. H. G. Gales, Geochemistry of fenitization around the Sakarume ijolite (in preparation). 21. I. Beloussov and others, East African Rift System, vol. III, Nauka, Moscow, 1974.

Ing fractional crystallization, we must look to some alternative control on the melt composition. CONTINENTAL RIFTING AND MANTLE DEGASSING 4. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SOURCE ROCKS One way by which the low H20 content of the different magmas might be controlled by the environment is if they were not related through any line of liquid evolution, but produced by the melting of different source rocks. In the magmas considered here each source would need to be effectively dehydrated. The various melts produced in a peralkaline complex would thus be related only through a common melting cycle which has operated on different sources.

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