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Eocene dykes extending over 50 km along the southern margin of the Ladakh batholith (NW India) fall into two main groups showing different orientations, as well as different isotope and trace element geochemistry. Both dyke families formed in the same tectonic setting over a time span of approximately 4 Ma. However, each family is far from monolithic, and therefore we tested several statistical approaches to identify geochemical subgroups from rare earth element (REE) data and relate them to magmatogenetic processes.

Hierarchical clustering and multidimensional scaling calculate similarities/dissimilarities among individuals of a population. Both statistical tools, when applied to the...

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