From granulite fluids to quartz-carbonate megashear zones: The gold rush
At peak granulite-facies metamorphic conditions, lower continental crust is arguably fluxed by large amounts of two key low water activity fluids: (i) high-density CO2 and/or (ii) concentrated saline solutions. These fluids are either internally-derived,
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