The importance of talc and chlorite "hybrid" rocks for volatile recycling through subduction zones; evidence fromthe high-pressure subduction melange of New Caledonia
The transfer of fluid and trace elements from the slab to the mantle wedge cannot be adequately explained by simple models of slab devolatilization. The eclogite-facies mélange belt of northern New Caledonia represents previously subducted oceanic crust
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