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  List of Accepted Contributions - GMPV5 The origin of the slab component in island arcs: H2O-rich fluid or melt – who delivers the goods?

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Marschall, H. R.
Forearc devolatilisation and its impact on the boron and lithium cycles in subduction zones

Scambelluri, M.; Herrmann, J.; Malaspina, N.
Fluid and melt production in natural high and ultrahigh pressure rocks and the interaction of sudbuction-zone agents with the overlying mantle wedge

Jagoutz, O.; Müntener, O.; Burg, J.P.; Pettke, T.
The nature and composition of a slab derived component involved in the formation of the Kohistan Island arc

Kessel, R.; Ulmer, P.; Schmidt, M.W.
Supercritical behavior in the basalt-H2O system: Experimental evidence and consequences for subduction zone metasomatism

Marocchi, M.; Hermann, J.; Morten, L.
Slab-derived metasomatism in chlorite-amphibole-peridotites from the Ulten Zone (northern Italian Alps): constraints on the nature of the fluids

Portnyagin, M.; Hoernle, K.; Plechov, P.; Mironov, N.
Effects of partial mantle melting and variable composition of slab components on the origin of across-arc geochemical zoning in Kamchatka arc

King, R.; Bebout, G.
Metamorphic structures along the slab-mantle interface: Reactive pathways for fluids or melts

Bourdon, E.; Kalt, A. ; Tonarini, S. ; Eissen, J.-P.; Cotten, J.
B and ?11B behaviour in the Northern Volcanic Zone of the Andes. Insights on the devolatilization of the slab and related magma genesis processes.

Gerya, T.V.; Connolly, J.A.D; Yuen, D.A.
Fluids and melts in subduction zones: insight from numerical modeling

König, S; Schuth, S; Münker, C; Qopoto, C
Slab Melt Generation above fossil subducted Slabs: Evidence from Simbo Volcano, Solomon Island Arc

John, T.; Klemd, R.; Gao, J.; Garbe-Schönberg, D.
Trace-element mobilities due to reactive fluid flow: insights from dehydrating blueschists (Tianshan, China)

Herms, P.; John, T.; Schenk, V.; Bakker, R.J.
Indications for aqueous CH4-bearing excess fluid during HP-metamorphism in subduction-zone eclogites of the Raspas Complex, Ecuador

Zack, T; John, T
Consequences of reactive fluid flow on trace element transport in subducting oceanic crust

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