Crystal entrainment from cool, low-silica rocks into hot, high-silica melts: diverse primary melt compositions at Taranaki volcano, New Zealand
datasetposted on 2023-01-30, 16:12 authored by N. G. Dâ€™Mello, G. F. Zellmer, G. Kereszturi, T. Ubide, J. N. Procter, R. B. Stewart
Supplementary Data: SD1: Sample source, stratigraphical unit, location, age, TAS ID and type. SD2: Major oxide compositions, weight loss on ignition (LOI), and minor and trace element concentrations of the lavas of Taranaki from this study. SD3: Major oxide concentrations of samples from Taranaki from literature (Price et al. 1992, 1999; Stewart et al. 1996; R. B. Stewart pers. comm. 2018; Zernack et al. 2012). SD4: Minor and trace element concentrations of samples from Taranaki from literature (Price et al. 1992, 1999; Stewart et al. 1996; R. B. Stewart pers. comm. 2018; Zernack et al. 2012). SD5: EPMA spot analyses of mineral crystals from this study. SD6: Major oxide concentrations of groundmass of lavas of Taranaki, measured through defocussed EPMA beam. Average of 30 spot analyses used. SD7: Modal proportions of mineral phases, groundmass, and vesicles of lavas of Taranaki. SD8: Accuracy and precision for all analyses.
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