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Silicic magma reservoirs in the Earth's crust

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Silicic magma reservoirs in the Earth's crust

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Silicic magma reservoirs in the Earth's crust

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Silicic magma reservoirs in the Earth's crust

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Silicic magma reservoirs in the Earth's crust

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Washington: Mineralogical Society of America

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The American mineralogist, 2016, Vol.101 (11), p.2377-2404

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Washington: Mineralogical Society of America

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Magma reservoirs play a key role in controlling numerous processes in planetary evolution, including igneous differentiation and degassing, crustal construction, and volcanism. For decades, scientists have tried to understand what happens in these reservoirs, using an array of techniques such as field mapping/petrology/geochemistry/geochronology on...

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1841788388

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0003-004X

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1945-3027

DOI

10.2138/am-2016-5675

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