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The Cold Bay volcanic center, Aleutian volcanic arc: 1, Implications for the origin of Hi-alumina arc basalt
Brophy, J. G., 1986, The Cold Bay volcanic center, Aleutian volcanic arc: 1, Implications for the origin of Hi-alumina arc basalt: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 93, n. 3, p. 368-380.


Data tables:
52: Whole rock and modal compositions * (super a) Mg-# assumes all iron as FeO. Major element and V, Cr, Co, Ni, Sr and Ba abundances analyzed by ICP at Indiana University. Analyst: James Brophy. Estimated errors (1sigma, relative %) are: Si (<1), Ti (<0.5), Al (<1), Fe (<0.5), Mn (<2), Mg (<0.5), Ca (<0.5), Na (<2), K (<1.5), P (<10), V (<4), Cr (30), Co (<2), Ni (<15), Rb (<3), Sr (<2.5), Zr (<2.5), and Ba (<2). *
53: Representative plagioclase core compositions
54: Representative olivine core compositions * (super a) Whole rock FeO contents recalculated (Sack et al. 1980) for T-fo2 conditions of 1,110 C and NNO+0.6 log units *
55: Representative clinopyroxene core compositions
56: Representative titanomagnetic core compositions
57: HAB and tholeitte compositions referred to in this study
58: log (fO2/(fO2)NNO) T=1,110 degrees C
59: Olivine tholeiite fractionation calculations
60: Trace element distribution coefficients
61: Summary of quartz eclogite modeling


Samples:
CB-3
CB-28
CB-29
CB-31
CB-32
CB-40
CB-41
CB-42
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