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Carbonatite Metasomatism in the Southeastern Australian Lithosphere

Channelized Fluid Flow and Eclogite-facies Metasomatism along the Subduction Shear Zone

Reddish Metagranites from the Gennargentu Igneous Complex (Sardinia, Italy): Insight into Metasomatism Induced by Magma Mingling

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

High fO2 Metasomatism During Whiteschist Metamorphism, Zambezi Belt, Northern Zimbabwe

Metasomatism and Partial Melting in Upper-Mantle Peridotite Xenoliths from the Lashaine Volcano, Northern Tanzania

Silicate, Hydrous and Carbonate Metasomatism at Lherz, France: Contemporaneous Derivatives of Silicate Melt–Harzburgite Reaction

Pleistocene Underplating and Metasomatism of the Lower Continental Crust: a Xenolith Study

Records of Crustal Metasomatism in the Garnet Peridotites of the Ulten Zone (Upper Austroalpine, Eastern Alps)

Magma flow, exsolution processes and rock metasomatism in the Great Messejana–Plasencia dyke (Iberian Peninsula)

Alkaline and Carbonate-rich Melt Metasomatism and Melting of Subcontinental Lithospheric Mantle: Evidence from Mantle Xenoliths, NE Bavaria, Bohemian Massif

Regional-scale Metasomatism in the Fortescue Group Volcanics, Hamersley Basin, Western Australia: Implications for Hydrothermal Ore Systems

Preservation of Blueschist-facies Minerals along a Shear Zone by Coupled Metasomatism and Fast-flowing CO2-bearing Fluids

Pyroxenite Dykes in Orogenic Peridotite from North Qaidam (NE Tibet, China) Track Metasomatism and Segregation in the Mantle Wedge

 

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Kind of metamorphism that involves the introduction of chemical constituents into a rock, or their removal from it (or both), via a volatile phase. Complete mineral transformations may occur, but the original rock texture may remain (resulting in a pseudomorph).

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