Data for: Extreme intensity of fluid-rock interaction during extensive intraplate volcanism

Published: 24-03-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/k2mnfbrp3w.1
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Christoph Beier

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Geochemical data for dataset of Beier et al. (Extreme intensity of fluid-rock interaction during extensive intraplate volcanism) TABLE HEADINGS: Table 1. Comprehensive whole rock major element, trace element and Sr-O isotope dataset for the Princessa Alice Bank profile. Standard and minerals are available in supplemental Tables 1 to 3, respectively. H2O [wt.%] = LOI – CO2 [wt.%], Totals are major element and loss on ignition (LOI) excluding CO2 and H2O. Methods as described in the main text. International Geo Sample Numbers (IGSN) registered at System for Earth Sample Registration (SESAR, http://geosamples.org) Table 2. Fluid temperatures calculated from δ18OV-SMOW values of quartz, calcite and epidote calculated from mineral separates using 1) Horita (2014), 2) Zheng (1993), and 3) Sharp et al. (2016). SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL: Supplemental Fig. A1. Chondrite normalized Rare Earth Element pattern of epidote from the western Princessa Alice bank lavas. Supplemental Table A1. Mineral data of the western Princessa Alice Bank lavas. International Geo Sample Numbers (IGSN) registered at System for Earth Sample Registration (SESAR, http://geosamples.org). IGSN also refers to whole rock samples presented in Table 1 Supplemental Table 2. Rare Earth Element data of the western Princessa Alice Bank epidotes and 87Sr/86Sr isotope data of minerals and leachates. International Geo Sample Numbers (IGSN) registered at System for Earth Sample Registration (SESAR, http://geosamples.org). IGSN also refers to whole rock samples presented in Table 1 Supplemental Table A3. Standard data for major and trace element analyses of whole rocks using XRF at the WWU and LA-ICP-MS at WWU (see main text for method description)

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