Using melt inclusions to determine parent-magma compositions of layered intrusions: Application to the Greenhills Complex (New Zealand), a platinum group minerals�bearing, island-arc intrusion
The Permian Greenhills Complex of Southland, New Zealand, is a small ultramafic to mafic layered intrusion that hosts primary magmatic platinum-group minerals (PGMs) as inclusions in cumulus chromian spinel grains. We have determined the major and trace e
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