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Carbonatite Metasomatism in the Southeastern Australian Lithosphere

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

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)

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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