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Basanites and crustal contamination in the Cartagena Volcano Field ( South-East of Spain)

AuthorsAparicio, Alfredo ; García García, Roberto
Crustal contamination.Cartagena
Issue DateJan-2009
PublisherInstitute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University
SeriesIcfai Journal of Earth Sciences
AbstractThe ash cones of the Cartagena volcano field rest on a 22 kms thick continental crust containing Paleozoic metamorphic rocks that appear as enclaves among volcanites.Most of these enclaves correspond to schist and gneisses showing different degrees of assimilation by the magma.The presence of metamorphic enclaves lies at the root of the contamination of the volcanic rock ( 13% assimilation)
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