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Heterogeneous metasomatism in cumulate xenoliths from the Spanish Central System: implications for percolative fractional crystallization of lamprophyric melts

AutorOrejana, D.; Villaseca, Carlos
Fecha de publicaciónmar-2008
EditorGeological Society of London
CitaciónMetasomatism in Oceanic and Continental Lithospheric Mantle
SerieSpecial Publications
293
ResumenThe alkaline lamprophyres and diabases from the Spanish Central System carry a heterogeneous suite of xenoliths including a group of highly altered ultramafic pyroxenites that contain Cr–Mg-rich high-T hydrous minerals (Ti-phlogopite and pargasitic to kaersutitic amphibole), indicative of modal metasomatism. The trace element mineral compositions of these xenoliths show three patterns: type A xenoliths, with light rare earth element enriched clinopyroxenes with high field strength element (HFSE) negative anomalies; type B xenoliths, with clinopyroxenes and amphiboles with high incompatible trace element contents (large ion lithophile elements (LILE), HFSE and REE); type C xenoliths, with relatively REE- and HFSE-poor clinopyroxenes and amphiboles. These metasomatic signatures suggest the involvement of three different metasomatic agents: carbonate, silicate and hydrous fluids or melts, respectively. These agents could have been derived from the progressive differentiation of a CO2–H2O-rich highly alkaline magma, genetically related to the Late Permian alkaline magmatism. Because of the original sub-alkaline nature of the pyroxenite xenoliths, they might have been formed originally as pyroxene-rich cumulates associated with underplated Hercynian calc-alkaline basic magmas. Metasomatism as a result of the infiltration of alkaline magmas within these cumulates might explain the relatively high radiogenic Nd composition of the altered ultramafic xenoliths.
Descripción20 páginas, 11 figuras, 4 tablas.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1144/​SP293.6
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/41888
DOI10.1144/​SP293.6
ISBN978-1-86239-242-7
ISSN0305-8719
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