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Supplemental Material: Multi-scale, open-system magmatic and sub-solidus processes contribute to the chemical and isotopic characteristics of the Jurassic Guadalupe Igneous Complex, Sierra Nevada, California, USA

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posted on 2024-03-20, 15:33 authored by Barbara C. Ratschbacher, et al.

Cathodoluminescence images of zircon grains showing spots analyzed with LA-ICP-MS. Figure S2: Comparison of Mg# in whole rock with Mg# in clinopyroxene and orthopyroxene, amphibole Si versus Mg#, and ranges in anorthite content in plagioclase from samples of various GIC map units. Figure S3: Differences in maximum Hf and Yb/Dy ratio in individual zircon grains from different map units of the GIC and as a function of zonation type. Figure S4: Assimilation-fractional crystallization and mixing calculations. Table S1: Whole-rock Sr and Nd isotope composition and major element composition. Table S2: Whole-rock oxygen isotope composition and major and selected trace element composition. Table S3: Electron microprobe data from clinopyroxene, orthopyroxene, amphibole, feldspar, and titanite. Table S4: Zircon trace element compositions. Table S5: Zircon oxygen isotopes. Table S6: Uncertainties of thermometers used in this study. Text S1: Detailed description of analytical methods and detailed description of thin section observations. File S1: Results of zircon trace element modeling.  


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