Supplemental Material: Evidence for mixed contribution of mantle and lower and upper crust to the genesis of Jurassic I-type granites from Macao, SE China
journal contributionposted on 03.04.2020 by P. Quelhas, et al.
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GSA Data Repository Item 2020193, GSA Bulletin. File size: about 3660 KB. Appendix 1: Location of analyzed samples; Appendix 2: (A) Electron microprobe standards and detection limits; (B) Detection limits of whole-rock elemental analyses; Appendix 3: Color version of Fig. 3—hand specimens and thin-sections representative of the different lithofacies observed in Macao; Appendix 4: (A) Representative chemical analyses of feldspars from Macao granites and microgranular mafic enclaves, (B) Chemical composition of zoned plagioclase crystals from Macao granites and microgranular mafic enclaves, (C) Representative chemical analyses of biotites from Macao granites and microgranular mafic enclaves; Appendix 5: Whole-rock major and trace element compositions from Macao granites and microgranular mafic enclaves; Appendix 6: Whole-rock isochron diagrams or Macao granites and microgranular mafic enclaves; Appendix 7: Mineral/melt partition coefficients used to calculate fractionation vectors.