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Las rocas volcánicas neógenas de Nuévalos (provincia de Zaragoza)

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Ancochea Soto, Eumenio y Muñoz García, Mercedes y Sagredo Ruiz, Juana (1987) Las rocas volcánicas neógenas de Nuévalos (provincia de Zaragoza). Geogaceta (3). pp. 7-10. ISSN 0213-683X

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Resumen

On the basis of petrological data, the ultra-alkaline character of the volcanics from Nuévalos is clearly pointed out. This character rejects any type of relationship with Permian and Mesozoic volcanic events. Furthermore, analogies with plio-quaternary volcanics from Cofrentes suggest a similar episode related to a tensional regime that can be linked to the openning of the Valencia gulf. The volcanics are massive and look a porphyritic crystalline texture. Mineralogical composition define them as olivine-nephelinite rocks. They have a large amount of xenocrysts from mantle spinel-peridotite. The high xenocryst accumulation percentage has modified the original character of the primary melt. The whole geochemical data suggest a parental magma derived by a very low degree of melting (4,3%) from a peridotitic mantle source, strongly enriched in incompatible elements, and from a depth near to 100 km.


Tipo de documento:Artículo
Palabras clave:Vulcanism, Olivine, Nephelinites, Partial meltin, Upper mantle
Materias:Ciencias > Geología > Petrología
Código ID:9873
Depositado:22 Ene 2010 10:10
Última Modificación:22 Ene 2010 10:10

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