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THE IMPORTANCE OF PARENTAL MAGMA COMPOSITION TO CALC-ALKALINE AND THOLEIITIC EVOLUTION: EVIDENCE FROM UMNAK ISLAND IN THE ALEUTIANS
citation imageMiller, D. M., Langmuir, C. H., Goldstein, S. L., and Franks, A. L., 1992, The importance of parental magma composition to calc-alkaline and tholeiitic evolution: evidence from Umnak Island in the Aleutians: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 97, n. B1, p. 321-343.

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216: Data accuracy and precision

217: Okmok data
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218: Recheshnoi data
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219: Umnak rare earth element data
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220: Least squares model

221: Distribution coefficients used in modelling


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