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Primitive layered gabbros from fast-spreading lower oceanic crust
Gillis, K.M.; Snow, J.E.; Klaus, A.; Abe, N.; Adrião, A.B.; Akizawa, N.; Ceuleneer, G.; Cheadle, M.J.; Faak, K.; Falloon, T.J.; Friedman, S.A.; Godard, M.; Guèrin, G.; Harigane, Y.; Horst, A.J. (2014). Primitive layered gabbros from fast-spreading lower oceanic crust. Nature (Lond.) 505(7482 ): 204–207.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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  • Gillis, K.M.
  • Snow, J.E.
  • Klaus, A.
  • Abe, N.
  • Adrião, A.B.
  • Akizawa, N.
  • Ceuleneer, G.
  • Cheadle, M.J.
  • Faak, K.
  • Falloon, T.J.
  • Friedman, S.A.
  • Godard, M.
  • Guèrin, G.
  • Harigane, Y.
  • Horst, A.J.

    Drilling by the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program has recovered primitive, modally layered, orthopyroxene-bearing cumulate rocks from the lower plutonic crust formed at a fast-spreading ridge, leading to a better-constrained estimate of the bulk composition of fast-spreading oceanic crust.

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