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Authors: Piochi, M.*
Pappalardo, L.*
De Astis, G.*
Title: Geochemical and isotopical variations within the Campanian Comagmatic Province: implications on magma source composition
Title of journal: Annals of Geophysics
Series/Report no.: 47,4
Publisher: Editrice Compositori
Issue Date: Aug-2004
Keywords: Lithosphere
Asthenosphere
Campanian
Abstract: A spatial variation in chemical and isotopical composition is observed between the volcanoes belonging to the Campanian Comagmatic Province. At a given MgO content, magmas from volcanic islands (Procida and Ischia) are enriched in Ti, Na, depleted in La, Ba, Rb, Sr, Th, K contents, and shows lower LREE/HFSE (e.g., La/Nb = 1-2), lower Sr-Pb isotopic ratios and higher Nd isotopic ratios with respect to magmas from volcanoes located inland (Campi Flegrei and Somma-Vesuvius). The observed compositional variations are explained involving two different mantle sources in the genesis of the magmas erupted in this region: a deeper asthenospheric mantle source, from which the Tyrrhenian magmas also derived and a lithospheric mantle source enriched by slabderived fluids. The contribution of the enriched-lithospheric mantle became more pronounced moving from the Tyrrhenian abyssal plain through the Italian Peninsula where it dominates, likely in response to the thickening of the lithosphere observed under the Peninsula.
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