Multiple volcanic episodes of the Kermanshah forearc basin, SW Iran: a record of the deactivation and re-initiation of Neotethyan subduction involving a mid-oceanic ridge
figureposted on 2022-08-25, 15:34 authored by TIANNAN YANG, JIANLIN CHEN, ZENGQIAN HOU, DI XIN, M. AGHAZADEH
Supplementary Fig. S9. Chondrite normalized rare earth elements patterns and primitive-mantle normalized trace elements diagrams (Normalizing values from McDonough and Sun, 1995) of 95 to 100 Ma gabbros (A and B), Late Cretaceous a’a and pahoehoe basalts (C and D), Early Eocene massive basalts (E and F), late Eocene a’a and pahoehoe basalts (G and H), Diabase dykes (I and J), glassy rhyolites and leucogranite (K and L), and Oligocene gabbros (M and N).