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Evolved felsic igneous systems and granitic pegmatites

Various highly evolved felsic igneous systems and granitic pegmatites in particular represent the most evolved products of geochemical fractionation and textural differentiation in the Earth crust. We draw attention to all aspects of the mineralogy, geochemistry, petrology, isotope systematics and industrial significance of these systems, and provide a forum for the discussion of their petrogenesis, tectonic environment, genetic links to parental granites and evolution from magmatic to hydrothermal stage, as well as unique crystal chemistry of relevant accessory minerals.

Special issue:
Granitic pegmatites: mineralogy and evolution (a special issue honoring the 60th birthday of Prof. Milan Novák)
Guest editors Pavel Uher, Radek Škoda and David London

The missing link between granites and granitic pegmatites

Thomas R, Davidson P

Journal of Geosciences, volume 58 (2013), issue 2, pages 183 - 200

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Special issue:
Mineralogical, geochemical and isotopic links between granitic pegmatites and their parental granites
Guest editors Milan Novák and Peter Nabelek

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