Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress, Volume 15
This volume, based on Symposium on Igneous Petrology held during the 30th International Geological Congress, focuses on intraplate magmatism and diversity and complexity of mechanisms of magma formation.
Table of Contents
1. Cenozoic volcanism and lithosphere tectonic evolution in the Northern Tibetan Plateau, China 2. Experimental research on phase transition of Al-rich minerals in upper mantle of Eastern China and its significance 3. Twin magma source model of bimodal volcanics in two continent-margin rifts, SE China: Constraints on elemental and Nd-, Sr- and Ph-isotopic studies 4. PGE and Au abundances in MORB glasses from depleted mantle melting and in alkali basalts from metasomatized mantle melting 5. The role of sulphide-carbonate-silicate and carbonate-silicate liquid immiscibility in the genesis of Ca-carbonatites 6. China's igneous rock associations and their temporal-spatial distribution and relations to the structure and composition of the crust and mantle-Explanatory notes on the geological map of igneous rocks of China (1 :5 000 000) 7. Carbon isotopic composition and genesis of diamond 8. Vertical chemical variation of the Mesozoic synuplift plutonic rocks in Dabieshan Orogen, Central China 9. Extreme mantle source heterogeneities beneath the Northern East Pacific Rise-Trace element evidence from near-ridge seamounts 10. Processes in a composite, recharging magma chamber: Evidence from magmatic structures in the Aztec Wash pluton, Nevada 11. Fractional crystallization, magma mixing and crustal assimilation in the evolution of plateau and rift magmatism in Ethiopia 12. Late Cenozoic reactivation of the Early Pre-Cambrian Aldan shield: Trace element constraints on magmatic sources beneath the Udokan Ridge, Siberia, Russia 13. Geochemistry of the 2.4-2.3 Ga Kuandian Complex, Sino-Korean Craton: A Paleoproterozoic continental rift? 14. Geochemical study of eclogitic mineral inclusions from Chinese diamonds 15. Genesis and two magmatic evolution trends of the Shuiquangou weakly alkaline complex, Northern Hebei Province, North China