Pacific-type transform and convergent margins: Igneous rocks
- Grebennikov, Andrei V
- Khanchuk, Alexander I
This dataset contains a compilation of published data on the geochemical compositions (major and trace elements) of igneous rocks from modern geodynamic settings of model transform and convergent margins.
How to cite this dataset:
Grebennikov, A., Khanchuk, A. 2019. Pacific-type transform and convergent margins: Igneous rocks, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/111430.
DOI Creation Date:
Grebennikov, A.V. and Khanchuk, A.I., 2020. Pacific-type transform and convergent margins: igneous rocks, geochemical contrasts and discriminant diagrams. International Geology Review, pp.1-29.
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- Coverage Scope: Regional (Continents, Oceans)
- Geographic Location: Yellowstone-Snake River Plain; Baja California, Mexico; Big Pine, California; Southern Basin and Range province, Durango, Mexico; Southern Patagonia, Argentina; Chile triple junction; Antarctic Peninsula; central Southern Volcanic Zone of the Andes; Western Aleutian Islands, Alaska; Karymskii, Bol’shoi Semyachik volcanic massifs, Kamchatka; Kuril island arc; NE Japan arc; Mariana arc; Java-Sunda front arc; Tonga arc
User Contributed Keyword(s):
volcanic rocks, tectonic settings, slab tear, slab window, subslab asthenosphere, geochemistry
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