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The Cold Bay Volcanic Center, Aleutian volcanic arc, II: implications for fractionation and mixing mechanisms in calc-alkaline andesite genesis
Brophy, J. G., 1987, The Cold Bay Volcanic Center, Aleutian volcanic arc, II: implications for fractionation and mixing mechanisms in calc-alkaline andesite genesis: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 97, n. 3, p. 378-388.


Data tables:
167: Major and trace element compositions and modal mineralogy * a) MB M-Series Basalt: MA M-Series Andesite: FPA FPK-Series Andesite Major Element and Sr, Ba, and Zr abundances analyzed by ICP at Indiana University. Analyst: Mark Gilstrap. Fe3+/Fe+2 ratios determined by titration. Rb abundances analyzed by flame emission spectroscopy at Indiana Univeristy. Analyst: James Brophy. Error estimates (1s, realtive percent) based on one set of five replicate analyses: Si (0.60), Ti (1.20), Al (1.00), Fe (1.30), Me (0.50). Mg (0.90), Ca (0.75), Na (3.97), K (1.80), P (9.50), Rb (5.59), Sr (2.40), Ba (2.50), Zr (0.82), V (1.50) *
168: log(fo2/(fo2)NNO) T=1000oC * Ma M-Series Andesite: FPA FPK-Series Andesite *
169: Calculated silicic endmember SiO2 contents * Ma M-Series Andesite: FPA FPK-Series Andesite *


Samples:
CB-30
CB-35
CB-36
CB-37
CB-38
CB-39
CB-55
CB-56
CB-70
CB-74
CB-82
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