PetDB Citations


2018

  1. Barnes, S., and Arndt, N., 2018 Chapter 6 - Distribution and Geochemistry of Komatiites and Basalts Through the Archean, Earth's Oldest Rocks, pp. 103-132, doi:10.1016/B978-0-444-63901-1.00006-X
  2. Borghini, G., Francomme, J., Fumagalli, P., 2018, Melt-dunite interactions at 0.5 and 0.7 GPa: experimental constraints on the origin of olivine-rich troctolites, Lithos, doi:10.1016/j.lithos.2018.09.022
  3. Brunelli, D., Cipriani, A., Bonatti, E., 2018,Thermal effects of pyroxenites on mantle melting below mid-ocean ridges, Nature Geoscience, doi:10.1038/s41561-018-0139-z
  4. Chen, B., Yu, J-J., Liu, S-J, 2018, Source characteristics and tectonic setting of mafic–ultramafic intrusions in North Xinjiang, NW China: Insights from the petrology and geochemistry of the Lubei mafic–ultramafic intrusion, Lithos, doi:10.1016/j.lithos.2018.03.016
  5. Cheng. T., Nebl, O., Sossi, P., Wu, J., Siebel, W., Chen, F., Nebel-Jacobsen, Y., 2018, On the Sr-Nd-Pb-Hf isotope code of enriched, Dupal-type sub-continental lithospheric mantle underneath south-western China, Chemical Geology, doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.05.018
  6. Coogan, L., and Gillis, K., 2018 Temperature dependence of chemical exchange during seafloor weathering: Insights from the Troodos ophiolite, GCA, doi:10.1016/j.gca.2018.09.025
  7. Crow, M., Van Waveren, I., Hasibuan, F., 2018, 
    The geochemistry, tectonic and palaeogeographic setting of the Karing Volcanic Complex and the Dusunbaru pluton, an Early Permian volcanic - plutonic centre in Sumatra, Indonesia, J Asian Earth Sci, doi:10.1016/j.jseaes.2018.08.003
  8. Deschamps, F.,  Duchêne, S., de Sigoyer, J.,  Bosse, V.,  Benoit, Vanderhaeghe, M., 2018, Coeval mantle-derived and crust-derived magmas forming two neighbouring plutons in the Songpan Ganze accretionary orogenic wedge (SW China), Journal of Petrology, doi:10.1093/petrology/egy007
  9. Ferriss, E., Plank, T., Newcomb, M., Walker, D., Hauri, E., 2018, Rates of dehydration of olivines from San Carlos and Kilauea Iki, GCA, doi:10.1016/j.gca.2018.08.050
  10. Finlayson V., Konter, J., KOnrad, A., Koppers, A., Jackson, M., Rooney, T., 2018, Sr–Pb–Nd–Hf isotopes and 40Ar/39Ar ages reveal a Hawaii–Emperor-style bend in the Rurutu hotspot, EPSL, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2018.08.020
  11. Frueh-Green, G., Orcutt, B., Roumejon, S., Lilley, M., Morono, Y., Cotterill, C., Green, S., Escartin, J., John, B., McCaig, A., Cannat, M., Menez, B., Schwarzenbach, E., Williams, M., Lang, S., Schrenk, M., Brazelton W., Bilenker, L., 2018, Magmatism, serpentinization and life: Insights through drilling the Atlantis Massif (IODP Expedition 357), Lithos, doi: 10.1016/j.lithos.2018.09.012
  12. Garber, J., Maurya, S., Hernandez, J-A., Duncan, M., Zeng, L., Zhang, H., Faul, U., McCammon, C., Montagner, J-P., Moresi, L., Romanowicz, B., Rudnick, R., Stixrude, L., 2018, Multidisciplinary constraints on the abundance of diamond and eclogite in the cratonic lithosphere, G-Cubed, doi:10.1029/2018GC007534
  13. Gomez-Tuena, A.,Cavazos-Tovar, J., Parolari, M., Straub, S., Espinasa-Perena, R.,2018, Geochronological and geochemical evidence of continental crust ‘relamination’ in the origin of intermediate arc magmas, Lithos, doi: 10.1016/j.lithos.2018.10.005
  14. Green, 2018, Constraining Magma Evolution mechanisms along the Galapagos Spreading Center between 102 W and 82 W through trace element Geochemistry, BS Thesis, The Ohio State University
  15. Grove, M., Brown, S., 2018, Magmatic processes leading to compositional diversity in igneous rocks: Bowen (1928) revisited, AJS, doi:10.2475/01.2018.02
  16. Hanley J., Koga K., 2018,  Halogens in Terrestrial and Cosmic Geochemical Systems: Abundances, Geochemical Behaviors, and Analytical Methods. In: Harlov D., Aranovich L. (eds) The Role of Halogens in Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Geochemical Processes. Springer Geochemistry. Springer, Cham, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-61667-4_2.
  17. Hara, T., et al., 2018, In-situ Sr-Pb isotope geochemistry of lawsonite: A new method to investigate slab-fluids, Lithos, doi:10.1016/j.lithos.2018.09.001
  18. Homrighausen, S., Hoernle, K., Geldmacher, J., Wartho, J-A., Portnyagin, M., Werner, R., can den Bogaards, P., Garbe-Schoenberg,D., 2018, Unexpected HIMU-type late-stage volcanism on the Walvis Ridge, EPSL, doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2018.03.049
  19. Homrighausen, S., Hoernle, K., Hauff, F., Gedlnacher, J., Wartho, J-A., van den Bogaard, P.,Garbe-Schoendberg, D., 2018, Global distribution of the HIMU end member: Formation through Archean plume-lid tectonics, Earth Science Reviews, vol 182, doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2018.04.009
  20. Homrighausen, S., Hoernle, K., Hauff, F., Wartho, J-A., van den Bogaard, P., Garbe-Scheonberg, D., 2018, New age and geochemical data from the Walvis Ridge: The temporal and spatial diversity of South Atlantic intraplate volcanism and its possible origin, GCA, doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2018.09.002
  21. Jiao, S., Zhang, Q., Zhou, Y., Cgen, W., Liu, X., Gopalakrishnan, G., 2018, Progress and challenges of big data research on petrology and geochemistry, Solid Earth Sciences, doi:10.1016/j.sesci.2018.06.002
  22. Koepke, J., Botchamikov, R., Natland, J., 2018, Crystallization of late-stage MORB under varying water activities and redox conditions: Implications for the formation of highly evolved lavas and oxide gabbro in the ocean crust, Lithos, doi:10.1016/j.lithos.2018.10.001
  23. Larrea, P.,Widom, E., Siebe, C., Salinas, S., Kuentz, D., 2018, A re-interpretation of the petrogenesis of Paricutin volcano: Distinguishing crustal contamination from mantle heterogeneity, Chemical Geology, doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.10.026
  24. Leuthold, J., Lissenberg, C., O'Driscoll, B., Karakas, O., Falloon, T., Klimentyeva, D., Ulmer, P., 2018, Partial Melting of Lower Oceanic Crust Gabbro: Constraints From Poikilitic Clinopyroxene Primocrysts, Frontiers in Earth Science, doi:10.3389/feart.2018.00015
  25. Li, Y., Wang, G., Santosh, M., Wang, J., Dong, P. Li, H., 2018, Supra-subduction zone ophiolites from Inner Mongolia, North China: Implications for the tectonic history of the southern Central Asian Orogenic Belt, Gondwana Res., doi:10.1016/j.gr.2018.02.018
  26. Li, B., Shi, X., Wang, J., Yan, Q., Liu, C., 2018, Tectonic environments and local geologic controls of potential hydrothermal fields along the Southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge (12–14°S), Journal of Marine Systems, doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2018.02.003.
  27. Lund, D., Seely, E., Asimow, P., Lewis, M., McCart, S., Mudahy, A., 2018, Anomalous Pacific-Antarctic Ridge volcanism precedes glacial Termination 2, G-Cubed, doi:10.1002/2017GC007341
  28. Manuella, F., Scribano, V., Carbone, F., 2018, Abyssal serpentinites as gigantic factories of marine salts and oil, Marine and Petroleum Geology, doi:10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2018.03.026
  29. McNamara, A.K., 2018, A review of large low shear velocity provinces and ultra low velocity zones, Tectonophysics, doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2018.04.015
  30. Melnik, O., Bindeman, I., 2018 Modeling of trace elemental zoning patterns in accessory minerals with emphasis on the origin of micrometer-scale oscillatory zoning in zircon. American Mineralogist, doi:10.2138/am-2018-6182
  31. Menke, W.. 2018, Chapter 10: Factor Analysis, Geophysical Data Analysis (Forth Edition), pp.207-222
  32. Moore,D., McLaughlin, R., Lienkaemper, J., 2018, Serpentinite-rich Gouge in a Creeping Segment of the Bartlett Springs Fault, Northern California: Comparison with SAFOD and Implications for Seismic Hazard, Tectonics, doi: 10.1029/2018TC005307
  33. Mukhopadhyay, R., Ghosh, A., Iher, S., 2018, Chapter 3: Volcanics, The Indian Ocean Nodule Field (second Edition), pp.71-46, doi;10.1016/B978-0-12-805474-1.00003-8
  34. Ou, Q., Wang, Q., Wuman, D., Zhang, C., Hao, L, Dan, W., Jiang, Z., Wu, F., Zhang, H., Xia, X., Ma, L., Long, X., 2018, Postcollisional delamination and partial melting of enriched lithospheric mantle: Evidence from Oligocene (ca. 30 Ma) potassium-rich lavas in the Gemuchaka area of the central Qiangtang Block, Tibet, GSA Bulletin, doi: 10.1130/B31911.1
  35. Putirka, K., Tao, Y., K.R. Hari, M. R. Perfit, M. G. Jackson, R. Arevalo; The mantle source of thermal plumes: Trace and minor elements in olivine and major oxides of primitive liquids (and why the olivine compositions don't matter). American Mineralogist ; 103 (8): 1253–1270. doi: https://doi.org/10.2138/am-2018-6192
  36. Ranaweera, L., Ota, T., Moriguti, T., Tanaka, R., Nakamura, E., 2018, Circa 1 Ga sub-seafloor hydrothermal alteration imprinted on the Horoman peridotite massif, Scientific Reports, doi:10.1038/s41598-018-28219-x
  37. Roubinet, C., Moreira, M., 2017, Atmospheric noble gases in Mid-Ocean Ridge Basalts: Identification of atmospheric contamination processes, GCA, doi:10.1016/j.gca.2017.10.027
  38. Saccani, E., Dilek, Y., Photiades, A., 2018, Time-progressive mantle-melt evolution and magma production in a Tethyan marginal sea: A case study of the Albanide-Hellenide ophiolites, doi: 10.1130/L602.1
  39. Sanfilippo, A., Dick, H., Marschall, H., Lissenberg, C., Urann, B., 2018, Emplacement and high‐temperature evolution of gabbros of the 16.5 °N oceanic core complexes (Mid‐Atlantic Ridge): insights into the compositional variability of the lower oceanic crust, G-Cubed, doi: 10.1029/2018GC007512
  40. Secchiari, A., Montanini, A., Bosch, D. et al., 2018, The contrasting geochemical message from the New Caledonia gabbronorites: insights on depletion and contamination processes of the sub-arc mantle in a nascent arc setting Contrib Mineral Petrol 173: 66. doi: 10.1007/s00410-018-1496-8
  41. Sisson, T.W. & Kelemen, P.B., 2018, Near-solidus melts of MORB + 4 wt% H2O at 0.8–2.8 GPa applied to issues of subduction magmatism and continent formation Contrib Mineral Petrol 173: 70. doi:10.1007/s00410-018-1494-x
  42. Triantafyllou, A., Berger, J., Baele, J., Bruguier, O., Diot, H., Ennih, N., et al., 2018, Intra-oceanic arc growth driven by magmatic and tectonic processes recorded in the Neoproterozoic Bougmane arc complex (Anti-Atlas, Morocco). Precambrian Research, doi:10.1016/j.precamres.2017.10.022
  43. Varas-Reus, M., Garrido, C., Marchesi, C., Bosch, D., Hidas, K., 2018 ,Genesis of Ultra-High Pressure Garnet Pyroxenites in Orogenic Peridotites and its Bearing on the Compositional Heterogeneity of the Earth’s Mantle, GCA, doi:10.1016/j.gca.2018.04.033
  44. Vigneresse, JL. & Truche, L. Chemical descriptors for describing physico-chemical properties with applications to geosciencesJ Mol Model (2018) 24: 231. doi:10.1007/s00894-018-3770-0
  45. Voynets, A., Kostitsyn, Y., Pevzner, M., Goltsman, Y. Perepelov, , 2018, Sr-Nd isotopic composition of Neogene-Quaternary volcanic rocks of the Sredinny Range, Kamchatka: Implications for magma generation in the back-arc, 10th Biannual Workshop on Japan-Kamchatka-Alaska Subduction Processes (JKASP-2018)
  46. Ware, B., Jourdan, F., Merle, R., Chiaradia, M., Hodges, K., 2018, The Kalkarindji Large Igneous Province, Australia: Petrogenesis of the oldest and most compositionally homogenous province of the Phanerozoic, Journal of Petrology, doi:10.1093/petrology/egy040
  47. Wei, Y., Mukasa, S., Zheng, J., Fahnestock, M., Bryce, J., 2018, Phanerozoic lower crustal growth from heterogeneous mantle beneath the North China Craton: Insights from the diverse Hannuoba pyroxenite xenoliths, Lithos, doi:10.1016/j.lithos.2018.11.001
  48. Winslow, H., 2018, A study of Pleistocene volcano Manantial Pelado, Chile: Unique access to a long history of primitive magmas in the thickened crust of the Southern Andes, Master's Thesis, University of Nevada, Reno, 113 pp.
  49. Xia, L., Lia, X., 2018, Basalt geochemistry as a diagnostic indicator of tectonic setting, Gondwana Research, doi:10.1016/j.gr.2018.08.006
  50. Yao, J-H., Zhu, W-G., Li, C., Zhong, H., Bai, Z-J, Ripley, E., Li, C., 2018, Petrogenesis and Ore Genesis of the Lengshuiqing Magmatic Sulfide Deposit in Southwest China: Constraints from Chalcophile Elements (PGE, Se) and Sr-Nd-Os-S Isotopes, Economic Geology, doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4566
  51. Yoshida, K., Kuwatani, T., Yasumoto, A.,Haraguchi, S.,Ueki, K.,Iwamori, H., 2018, GEOFCM: a new method for statistical classification of geochemical data using spatial contextual information, J. Mineralological and Petrological Sciences, doi:10.2465/jmps.171127
  52. Yu, X., Zeng, G., Chen, L-H., Wang, X-J., Liu, J-Q., Xie, L-W, Yang, T., 2018, Evidence for rutile-bearing eclogite in the mantle sources of the Cenozoic Zhejiang basalts, eastern China, Lithos, doi:10.1016/j.lithos.2018.11.003
  53. Yu, Y., Sun, M., Yuan, C., Zhao, G., Huang, X-L, Rojas-Agramonte, Y., Chen, Q., 2018, Evolution of the middle Paleozoic magmatism in the Chinese Altai: Constraints on the crustal differentiation at shallow depth in the accretionary orogen, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, doi:10.1016/j.jseaes.2018.07.026
  54. Zhang, G., Luo, Q., Zhao, J., Jackson, M., Guo, L., Zhong, L., 2018 Geochemical nature of sub-ridge mantle and opening dynamics of the South China Sea. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2018.02.040
  55. Zhang, H., Zhu, Y-F., Geology and geochemistry of pillow basalt in the Huilvshan region (west Junggar, China): Implications for magma source and tectonic setting, Can J Earth Sci, doi:10.1139/cjes-2018-0090
  56. Zhang, W., Zeng, Z., Cui, L., Yin, X., 2018, Geochemical Constrains on MORB Composition and Magma Sources at East Pacific Rise Between 1°S and 2°S, J. Ocean Univ. China, doi:10.1007/s11802-018-3223-5

2017

  1. Alemayehu M, Zhang H-, Aulbach S. Persistence of fertile and hydrous lithospheric mantle beneath the northwestern Ethiopian plateau: Evidence from modal, trace element and Sr-Nd-Hf isotopic compositions of amphibole-bearing mantle xenoliths. Lithos. 2017; 284-285.
  2. Aulbach S, Jacob DJ, Cartigny P, Stern RA, Simonetti SS, Viljoen KS. Eclogite xenoliths from Orapa: Ocean crust recycling, mantle metasomatism and carbon cycling at the western Zimbabwe craton margin. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 2017; 213.
  3. Bakke VN. Bakke,Volcanic rocks at the Møre Marginal High: geochemistry, petrogenesis and emplacement mechanisms.. Vol M. Sci. Bergen: University of Bergen;  2017.
  4. Baziotis I, Economou-Eliopoulos M, Asimow PD. Ultramafic lavas and high-Mg basaltic dykes from the Othris ophiolite complex, Greece. Lithos. 2017; 288-289.
  5. Bonamici C, Kinman W, Fournelle J, Zimmer M, Pollington A, Rector K. A geochemical approach to constraining the formation of glassy fallout debris from nuclear tests. Contributions to Minerology and Petrology. 2017; 172(2).
  6. Borreggine M, Myhre SE, Mislan AK, Deutsch C, Davis CV. A database of paleoceanographic sediment cores from the North Pacific, 1951–2016. Earth System Science Data. 2017; 9(2):739-49.
  7. Choi H-, Choi SH, Schiano P, Cho M, Cluzel N, Devidal J-, et al. Geochemistry of olivine-hosted melt inclusions in the Baekdusan (Changbaishan) basalts: Implications for recycling of oceanic crustal materials into the mantle source. Lithos. 2017; 284-285.
  8. Cousens B, Weis D, Constantin M, Scott S. Radiogenic isotopes in enriched mid-ocean ridge basalts from explorer ridge, northeast pacific ocean. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 2017; 213.
  9. Dokuz A, Aydincakir E, Kandemir R, Karsli O, Siebel W, Derman A, et al. Late Jurassic Magmatism and Stratigraphy in the Eastern Sakarya Zone, Turkey: Evidence for the Slab Breakoff of Paleotethyan Oceanic Lithosphere. The Journal of Geology. 2017; 125(1).
  10. Dumond G, Williams ML, Baldwin JA, Jercinovic MJ. Backarc origin for Neoarchean ultrahigh-temperature metamorphism, eclogitization, and orogenic root growth. Geology. 2017; 45(10):943-6.
  11. Dygert N, KELEMEN P, Liang Y. Spatial variations in cooling rate in the mantle section of the Samail ophiolite in Oman: Implications for formation of lithosphere at mid-ocean ridges. EPSL. 2017; 465(1).
  12. Ferracutti G, Bjerg E, Hauzenberger C, Mogessie A, Cacace F, Asiain L. Meso to Neoproterozoic layered mafic-ultramafic rocks from the Virorco back-arc intrusion, Argentina. Journal of South American Earth Sciences. 2017; 79.
  13. Garcon M, CARLSON R, SHIREY S, Arndt N, Horan M, Mock T. Erosion of Archean continents: The Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf isotopic record of Barberton sedimentary rocks. G-Cubed. 2017; 206.
  14. Greber ND, Dauphas N, Bekker A, Ptáček MP, Bindeman IN, Hofmann A. Titanium isotopic evidence for felsic crust and plate tectonics 3.5 billion years ago. Science. 2017; 3575843(6357):1271-4.
  15. Harrison L, Weis D, Garcia M. The link between Hawaiian mantle plume composition, magmatic flux, and deep mantle geodynamics. EPSL. 2017; 463.
  16. Heinonen JS, Fusswinkel T. High Ni and low Mn/Fe in olivine phenocrysts of the Karoo meimechites do not reflect pyroxenitic mantle sources. Chemical Geology. 2017; 467.
  17. Hong T, Xu X-, You J, Wu C, Li H, Ke Q. Cu and Mo re-enrichment during ductile deformation: A case study of the Yuleken porphyry Cu deposit, Eastern Junggar, NW China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 2017.
  18. Hong L-, Zhang Y-, Xu Y-, Ren Z-, Ma Q, Xie W. Hydrous orthopyroxene-rich pyroxenite source of the Xinkailing high magnesium andesites, Western Liaoning: Implications for the subduction-modified lithospheric mantle and the destruction mechanism of the North China Craton. Lithos. 2017; 282-283.
  19. Huang S, Zheng YF. Mantle geochemistry: Insights from ocean island basalts. Science China Earth Sciences. 2017.
  20. Hwang L, Fish A, Soito L, Smith MK, Kellogg LH. Software and the Scientist: Coding and Citation Practices in Geodynamics. Earth and Space Science. 2017; 4.
  21. Iwamori H, Yoshida K, Nakamura H, Kuwatani T, Hamada M, Haraguchi S, et al. Classification of geochemical data based on multivariate statistical analyses: Complementary roles of cluster, principal component, and independent component analyses. G-Cubed. 2017; 18(3).
  22. Janny P, Kirchner M, Ogungbuyi P, Harris C, BELL D. Geochemistry of the Namaqualand, Bushmanland and Warmbad melilitite and kimberlite provinces of South Africa and Namibia: the southern extension of the African kimberlitic megalineament.;  2017.
  23. Keathley DE. Geochemical Characterization of a Feeder-Dike System in the Seiland Igneous Complex, Northern Norway: Implications for Geotectonic Environment of Emplacement. Vol MS. Texas Tech University;  2017.
  24. Kimura J, Gill JB, van Keken P, Kawabata H, Skora S. Origin of geochemical mantle components: Role of spreading ridges and thermal evolution of mantle. G-Cubed. 2017; 18(2).
  25. Kimura J-, Sakuyama T, Miyazaki T, Vaglarov BS, Fukao Y, Stern RJ. Plume - stagnant slab - lithosphere interactions: Origin of the late Cenozoic intra-plate basalts on the East Eurasia margin. Lithos. 2017; 300-301.
  26. Klügel A, Galipp K, Hoernle K, Hauff F, Groom S. Geochemical and volcanogical evolution of La Palma, Canary Islands. Journal of Petrology. 2017.
  27. Liu X, Xiao W, Xu J, Castillo P, Shi Y. Geochemical signature and rock associations of ocean ridge-subduction: Evidence from the Karamaili Paleo-Asian ophiolite in east Junggar, NW China. Gondwana Research. 2017; 48.
  28. Liu B, Liang Y. The prevalence of kilometer-scale heterogeneity in the source region of MORB upper mantle. Science Advances. 2017; 3(11).
  29. Liu C, Knoll AH, Hazen RM. Geochemical and mineralogical evidence that Rodinian assembly was unique. Nature Communications. 2017; (1).
  30. Luo Q, Zhang GL. Control of subduction rate on Tonga-Kermadec arc magmatism. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology. 2017; 54.
  31. Malatesta C, Federico L, Crispini L, Capponi G. Fluid-controlled deformation in blueschist-facies conditions: plastic vs brittle behaviour in a brecciated mylonite (Voltri Massif, Western Alps, Italy. Geological Magazine. 2017:1-21.
  32. Marschall H, Wanless D, Shimizu N, Pogge von Strandmann P, Elliot T, Monteleone B. The boron and lithium isotopic composition of mid-ocean ridge basalts and the mantle. GCA. 2017; 207(102).
  33. McCubbin FM, Vander Kaaden KE, Peplowski PN, Bell AS, Nittler LR, Boyce JW, et al. A low O/Si ratio on the surface of Mercury: Evidence for silicon smelting? Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets. 2017; 122.
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  37. Olierook H, Merle R, Jourdan F. Toward a Greater Kerguelen Large Igneous Province: Evolving mantle source contributions in and around the Indian Ocean. Lithos. 2017; 282-283.
  38. Owen-Smith TM, Ashwal LD, Sudo M, Trumbull RB. Age and Petrogenesis of the Doros Complex, Namibia, and Implications for Early Plume-derived Melts in the Parana-Etendeka LIP. Journal of Petrology. 2017.
  39. Plissart G, Monnier C, Diot H, Mărunţiu M, Berger J, Triantafyllou A. Petrology, geochemistry and Sm-Nd analyses on the Balkan-Carpathian Ophiolite (BCO − Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria): remnants of a Devonian back-arc basin in the easternmost part of the Variscan domain. Journal of Geodynamics. 2017; 105.
  40. Reid MR, Schleiffarth KW, Cosca MA, Delph JR, Blichert-Toft J, Cooper KM. Shallow melting of MORB-like mantle under hot continental lithosphere, Central Anatolia. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 2017; 18.
  41. Ribeiro LP, Martins S, Hildenbrand A, Madureira P, Mata J. The genetic link between the Azores Archipelago and the Southern Azores Seamount Chain (SASC): The elemental, isotopic and chronological evidences. Lithos. 2017; 294-295.
  42. Scott J. Towards a Petrologically Constrained Thermal Model of Mid-Ocean Ridges. Vol PhD. The Ohio State University;  2017.
  43. Suo Y, Li S, Li X, Zhang Z, Ding D. The potential hydrothermal systems unexplored in the Southwest Indian Ocean. Marine Geophysical Research. 2017.
  44. Voigt M, Coogan LA, von der Handt A. Experimental investigation of the stability of clinopyroxene in mid-ocean ridge basalts: The role of Cr and Ca/Al. Lithos. 2017; 274-275.
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  46. Wang H, Xiaohu L, Chu F, Li Z, Wang J, Yu X, et al. Mineralogy, geochemistry, and Sr-Pb isotopic geochemistry of hydrothermal massive sulfides from the 15.2°S hydrothermal field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge. J Marine Systems. 2017; 180.
  47. Wanless VD, Behn MD. Spreading rate-dependent variations in crystallization along the global mid-ocean ridge system. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 2017;18
  48. Wibowo H. Petrological and Geochemical Study of Sundoro Volcano, Central Java, Indonesia : Temporal Variation in Differentiation and Source Processes in the Growth of an Individual Volcano. Vol PhD. Hokkaido;  2017.
  49. Wolfson-Schwehr M, Boettcher MS, Behn MD. Thermal segmentation of mid-ocean ridge-transform faults. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 2017; 18(9):3405-18.
  50. Xu Y, Liu C-, Chen Y, Guo S, Wang J-, Sein K. Petrogenesis and tectonic implications of gabbro and plagiogranite intrusions in mantle peridotites of the Myitkyina ophiolite, Myanmar. Lithos. 2017.
  51. Xu Z, Zheng Y-. Continental basalts record the crust-mantle interaction in oceanic subduction channel: A geochemical case study from eastern China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 2017; 145.
  52. Yang W-, Niu H-, Hollings P, Zurevinski SE, Li N-. The role of recycled oceanic crust in the generation of alkaline A-type granites. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 2017.
  53. Yang S. Mantle source compositions by LA-ICP-MS analyses of volcanic glasses from Hawaii and the mid-ocean ridges. Vol PhD. Florida State University;  2017.
  54. Yang AY, Zhao T-, Zhou M-, Deng X-. Isotopically enriched N-MORB: A new geochemical signature of off-axis plume-ridge interaction-A case study at 50°28E, Southwest Indian Ridge. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 2017; 122(1):191-213.
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2015

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2013

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2012

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2011

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2010

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2009

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2008

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2007

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2005

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2004

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2003

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2002

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2001

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2000

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