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Genesis of hybrid granitoids: mingling and mixing

Apatite Composition: Tracing Petrogenetic Processes in Transhimalayan Granitoids

Palaeomagnetic study of Palaeoproterozoic granitoids from the Voronezh Massif, Russia

A radiological survey of the Eğrigöz granitoid, Western Anatolia/Turkey

On Ferroan (A-type) Granitoids: their Compositional Variability and Modes of Origin

Phase Equilibria of the Lyngdal Granodiorite (Norway): Implications for the Origin of Metaluminous Ferroan Granitoids

Petrology of Mafic Plutons Associated with Calc-Alkaline Granitoids, Chilliwack Batholith, North Cascades, Washington

Identifying Accessory Mineral Saturation during Differentiation in Granitoid Magmas: an Integrated Approach

Characterization of pulverized granitoids in a shallow core along the San Andreas Fault, Littlerock, CA

Natural radioactivity (226Ra, 232Th and 40K) and assessment of radiological hazards in the Kestanbol granitoid, Turkey

Assessing Bulk Assimilation in Cordierite-bearing Granitoids from the Central System Batholith, Spain; Experimental, Geochemical and Geochronological Constraints

The Nagercoil Charnockite: a Magnesian, Calcic to Calc-alkalic Granitoid Dehydrated during a Granulite-facies Metamorphic Event

Hybridization of a Shallow ‘I-type’ Granitoid Pluton and its Host Migmatite by Magma-Chamber Wall Collapse: the Tokuwa Pluton, Central Japan

Zircon Crystal Morphology, Trace Element Signatures and Hf Isotope Composition as a Tool for Petrogenetic Modelling: Examples From Eastern Australian Granitoids

Petrogenesis of Neoproterozoic Granitoids and Related Rocks from the Seychelles: the Case for an Andean-type Arc Origin

A Mainly Crustal Origin for Tonalitic Granitoid Rocks, Superior Province, Canada: Implications for Late Archean Tectonomagmatic Processes

Petrogenesis of the Post-kinematic Magmatism of the Central Finland Granitoid Complex II; Sources and Magmatic Evolution


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A term used to encompass the granitic rock types: alkali-feldspar granite, granite, granodiorite, and tonalite as defined in the classification of rocks by the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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