Fig. 3: Geochemical affinity of the Pengguan migmatites compared with those of 860–820 Ma plutonic rocks nearby, the plutonic rocks from Peninsular Ranges batholith (PRB)44 and forearc sediments derived from PRB45. | Nature Communications

Fig. 3: Geochemical affinity of the Pengguan migmatites compared with those of 860–820 Ma plutonic rocks nearby, the plutonic rocks from Peninsular Ranges batholith (PRB)44 and forearc sediments derived from PRB45.

From: Rapid endogenic rock recycling in magmatic arcs

Fig. 3

a The Nb/Yb-Th/Yb discrimination diagram is after Pearce46. b The A–CN–K–CIA (Chemical index of alteration) diagram is after Jiang and Lee45. OIB – Ocean-island basalt; E- and N-MORB – enriched and normal mid-ocean-ridge basalt. Data sources are provided in Supplementary Data 1.

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