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Magma generation in the Ross Sea system is related to partial melting of strongly metasomatized mantle sources where amphibole most probably plays a crucial role. In this context, metasomatism induced by a mela-nephelinite melt in lithospheric mantle of the Mt. Melbourne Volcanic Province (northern Victoria Land (NVL), Antarctica) was investigated experimentally studying the effects of melt interaction with lherzolite at 1.5–2.0 GPa and T=975–1300 °C, and wehrlite at 1.0 GPa and T=1050–1250 °C. The experiments were designed to induce melt infiltration into the ultramafic rocks. The observed modifications in minerals are compared with those found in mantle...

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