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The Effect of Job Displacement on Cumulated Years Worked

Infiltration Metasomatism of Cumulates by Intrusive Magma Replenishment: the Wavy Horizon, Isle of Rum, Scotland

Fe-rich Dunite Xenoliths from South African Kimberlites: Cumulates from Karoo Flood Basalts

Quantifying Three-Dimensional Silicate Fabrics in Cumulates Using Cumulative Distribution Functions

Data are cumulating about elevated troponin I levels in asymptomatic dialysis patients

TEDE per cumulated activity for family members exposed to adult patients treated with 131 I

Cr-spinel Seam Petrogenesis in the Rum Layered Suite, NW Scotland: Cumulate Assimilation and in situ Crystallization in a Deforming Crystal Mush

Thermal Evolution of the Lithosphere in a Rift Environment as Inferred from the Geochemistry of Mantle Cumulates, Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica

Magma Chambers Emplaced in Carbonate Substrate: Petrogenesis of Skarn and Cumulate Rocks and Implications for CO2 Degassing in Volcanic Areas

Textural Maturity of Cumulates: a Record of Chamber Filling, Liquidus Assemblage, Cooling Rate and Large-scale Convection in Mafic Layered Intrusions

Pyroxenites from the Southwest Indian Ridge, 9–16°E: Cumulates from Incremental Melt Fractions Produced at the Top of a Cold Melting Regime

Carbonate Assimilation in Open Magmatic Systems: the Role of Melt-bearing Skarns and Cumulate-forming Processes

Mafic Pegmatites Intruding Oceanic Plateau Gabbros and Ultramafic Cumulates from Bolívar, Colombia: Evidence for a ‘Wet’ Mantle Plume?

 

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Applied to igneous intrusive rocks formed by the accumulation of crystals as a result of gravity settling. It is typical of layered intrusions and common in some differentiated meteorites. The early-formed minerals are called ‘cumulus’ minerals and show a regular variation in composition with their height in the intrusion. See mineral layering.

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