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A new fracture-mediated intrusion model resolves the sequence of magma and rock displacements generating a felsic magma system with a lower crustal source, central conduit and shallow sill pluton. Idealized intraplate conditions are assumed, to neglect regional tectonism and to focus on juvenile cracking by magma-intrinsic hydraulic and buoyant loads.

The magma source is conductively heated and develops by endothermic fluid-absent melting in approximately 106 years. The idealized domical thermal anomaly and endothermic heat focusing yield a low aspect ratio source, with outer-porous and inner-permeable partial melt zones. An anatectic core region is unrealized owing to magma segregation....

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