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The Velay granite pluton (Massif Central, France) is the youngest (304 ± 5 Ma) and largest (∼6,900 km2) of the major Massif Central monzogranites/granodiorites and was formed nearly 50 Ma after the cessation of Hercynian continental collision (Pin & Duthou 1990). It is a highly heterogeneous pluton consisting of I-type, high-Sr granites (Sr= 500–900 ppm) with low εSr(304) (+35 to +41) and high εNd(304) (−3 to −5), at its centre, grading into S-type and mixed I–S-type heterogeneous granites of more normal Sr content (100–420 ppm) and higher εSr(304) (+40 to +210) and...

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