Monazite and xenotime petrogenesis in the contact aureole of the Makhavinekh Lake Pluton, northern Labrador
High-temperature (700-900°C) metamorphism in the contact aureole of the Makhavinekh Lake Pluton (MLP), northern Labrador, led to the growth of monazite and xenotime during progressive replacement of regional garnet-bearing assemblages (M1) by lower-press
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