Editorial : Volumes, timescales, and frequency of magmatic processes in the Earth's lithosphere

Pistone, Mattia and Taisne, Benoît and Dobson, Katherine J. (2020) Editorial : Volumes, timescales, and frequency of magmatic processes in the Earth's lithosphere. Frontiers in Earth Science, 8. 118. ISSN 2296-6463

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    Abstract

    Heat, mass, and fluid transfer processes related to the formation and growth of the continental crust along convergent and divergent plate boundaries, and the formation, modification, and recycling of the continental crust are key research themes in the solid Earth Science community. Establishing the link between magma generation, transport, emplacement, and eruption can therefore significantly improve our understanding of crust-forming processes associated with plate tectonics, and, particularly, help determining the architecture, and composition of the Earth's lithosphere.

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    Pistone, Mattia, Taisne, Benoît and Dobson, Katherine J. ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2272-626X;