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Posters GMPV3.2/GD2.7

GMPV3.2/GD2.7

Evolution of the lithospheric mantle: a petrological and geochemical perspective from the mantle xenoliths and orogenic peridotites (co-organized)
Convener: Theodoros Ntaflos  | Co-Conveners: Costanza Bonadiman , Michel Grégoire , Károly Hidas , Jacek Puziewicz 
Orals
 / Tue, 19 Apr, 08:30–11:45
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 18 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Monday, 18 April 2016, 17:30–19:00
Hall X2
Chairperson: Károly Hidas
X2.199
EGU2016-522
Rapid growth of phosphorus-rich olivine in mantle xenolith from Middle Atlas Mountains (Morocco, Africa)
Ioannis Baziotis, Konstantinos Mavrogonatos, Stamatios Flemetakis, Angeliki Papoutsa, Stephan Klemme, Jasper Berndt, and Paul Asimow

Hall X2
X2.200
EGU2016-9940
Diversity of minor elements in olivines from mantle xenoliths (Wołek Hill, SW Poland) – PIXE measurements
Monika Nowak, Frans Munnik, Przemysław P. Michalak, and Axel Renno

Hall X2
X2.201
EGU2016-16586
87Sr/86Sr in spinel peridotites from Borée, Massif Central, France: melt depletion and metasomatism in the sub-continental lithospheric mantle
Caroline Barnett and Jason Harvey

Hall X2
X2.202
EGU2016-6187 | presentation
Carbonates in mantle xenoliths from French Massif Central: inference for carbonatite-related metasomatism.
Christiane Wagner and Etienne Deloule

Hall X2
X2.203
EGU2016-6385
Geochemical composition of subcontinental lithospheric mantle in the westernmost Mediterranean: constrains from peridotite xenoliths in Plio-Pleistocene alkali basalts (eastern Betic Cordillera, SE Spain)
Claudio Marchesi, Zoltán Konc, Delphine Bosch, Carlos J. Garrido, Károly Hidas, and María Isabel Varas-Reus

Hall X2
X2.204
EGU2016-14619
Petrological, geochemical and isotopic investigations on a carbonate-dyke and enclosed pyroxenite xenoliths from Val Mastallone (Ivrea-Verbano Zone): evidence of a cumulate carbonatite in the lower crust?
Andrea Galli, Daniele Grassi, Jean-Pierre Burg, Leo Schwab, Jörg Rickli, and Omar Gianola

Hall X2
X2.205
EGU2016-7019
Flow in the shallow mantle in the westernmost Mediterranean: insights from xenoliths in Plio-Pleistocene alkali basalts from the eastern Betic Cordillera (SE Spain)
Zoltán Konc, Károly Hidas, Carlos J. Garrido, Andréa Tommasi, Alain Vauchez, José Alberto Padrón Navarta, Claudio Marchesi, Antonio Acosta-Vigil, Csaba Szabó, and Maria Isabel Varas-Reus

Hall X2
X2.206
EGU2016-8629
Metasomatism in the oceanic lithosphere beneath La Palma, Canary Islands
Astrid Janisch and Theodoros Ntaflos

Hall X2
X2.207
EGU2016-9229
Mantle xenoliths from Marosticano area (Northern Italy): a comparison with Veneto Volcanic Province lithospheric mantle
Valentina Brombin, Costanza Bonadiman, and Massimo Coltorti

Hall X2
X2.208
EGU2016-12781
Mantle xenoliths from Central Vietnam: evidence for at least Meso-Proterozoic formation of the lithospheric mantle
Peter Proßegger, Theodoros Ntaflos, Lukáš Ackerman, Christoph Hauzenberger, and Tuan Anh Tran

Hall X2
X2.209
EGU2016-13430
Xenoliths of mafic/ultramafic igneous rocks as carriers of information on lower crust beneath Złotoryja – Jawor volcanic complex (SW Poland).
Michał Dajek, Magdalena Matusiak-Malek, Jacek Puziewicz, Danuta Lipa, and Theodors Ntaflos

Hall X2
X2.210
EGU2016-3797
Various depths of origin of clinopyroxene megacrysts from Cenozoic alkaline lavas of occurrences in Lower Silesia (SW Poland)
Danuta Lipa, Jacek Puziewicz, Theodoros Ntaflos, and Alan Woodland

Hall X2
X2.211
EGU2016-15935
Petrology of ultramafic, mafic, and felsic xenoliths from Ruddon’s Point basanite, Fife, Scotland, UK – preliminary results.
Paweł Sobczak, Magdalena Matusiak-Malek, Jacek Puziewicz, and Brian Upton

Hall X2
X2.212
EGU2016-6548
The non-serpentine phases in serpentinites from the Braszowice-Brzeźnica Massif (SW Poland) as traces of magmatic processes within oceanic mantle
Piotr Wojtulek, Jacek Puziewicz, and Theodoros Ntaflos

Hall X2
X2.213
EGU2016-17874
Rodingitization and carbonization processes in Triassic ultramafic cumulates and lavas, Othris Mt, Central Greece
Petros Koutsovitis, Andreas Magganas, and Georgios Economou