The deep sulfur cycle : insights from sulfide metamorphism in blueschist and eclogite, NE New Caledonia
One aspect of sulfide petrology that has received very little attention is the prograde metamorphism of sulfide minerals in exhumed fragments of a subduction zone. 'Normal' approaches to studying sulfur transfer in subduction zones look at sulfur in arc magmas, tracing the su lfur pathway using isotopes. Sulfur is removed from the slab during the release of water-rich fluids associated with metamorphism to eclogite facies. Nevertheless, New Caledonian blucschist and eclogite preserve as...[Show more]
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