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Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology

, Volume 158, Issue 1, pp 69–98 | Cite as

High-Ti amphibole as a petrogenetic indicator of magma chemistry: evidence for mildly alkalic-hybrid melts during evolution of Variscan basic–ultrabasic magmatism of Central Iberia

  • José F. Molina
  • Jane H. Scarrow
  • Pilar G. Montero
  • Fernando Bea
Original Paper

Abstract

Central Iberian Variscan granite batholiths and anatectic complexes are punctuated by coeval stocks of hydrous, high-K calc-alkaline, ultrabasic to intermediate rock series. Despite their overall calc-alkaline affinity, the mafic–ultramafic members contain high-Ti amphibole oikocrysts rimmed by lower-Ti amphibole ± cummingtonite and high-Ti amphibole replacing early phlogopite. To understand the factors controlling the saturation of high-Ti amphibole in the parental magmas, clinopyroxene-melt, phlogopite-melt and amphibole-melt relationships are reviewed. This analysis reveals that for melts with intermediate compositions, the affinity of TiO2 for amphibole rises in alkalic magmas. Accordingly, mildly alkalic trachytoid to subalkaline medium- to high-K andesite and dacite compositions are estimated for interstitial high-Ti amphibole-saturated melts. Amphibole Ce/Pb ratios reveal a mantle–crust hybrid nature for interstitial melts with subalkaline trachytoid compositions. The hydrous character of the Variscan basic magmas favoured an overall magmatic evolutionary trend with a low rate of variation of Na2O with respect to silica during amphibole crystallization.

Keywords

TiO2 Olivine TiO2 Content Alkali Content Magma Alkalinity 
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Notes

Acknowledgments

The authors thank Peter Ulmer and an anonymous referee for careful and thoughtful reviews, and Max W. Schmidt for editorial handling and comments. This work was financially supported by the Spanish CICYT project CLG2005-05863/BTE and the Andalusian project RNM1595492.

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  • José F. Molina
    • 1
  • Jane H. Scarrow
    • 1
  • Pilar G. Montero
    • 1
  • Fernando Bea
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Mineralogy and Petrology, Campus FuentenuevaUniversity of GranadaGranadaSpain

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