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Ultrahigh pressure (UHP) rocks are extraordinary rocks that recorded extreme metamorphic conditions. Their study has been an exciting part of geosciences and in the last few years has emerged as a distinct discipline. Only few UHP terranes have been recognised worldwide so far and this only over the last ca. 20 years. They occur within major continental collision belts, predominantly in Eurasia and Africa (see e.g. Ernst & Liou, 2000; Liou, 2000; Carswell & Compagnoni, 2003 for a general review). Even though UHP rocks have been subject to intense studies in the last two decades, many questions...

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