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One isochore (a) corresponds to small, rare, and texturally the earliest formed dense inclusions, and the other two «b), CO 2 + H 20) and «c), CO2 only) to abundant late-formed low-density inclusions. At some stage during uplift, the rocks had to have crossed all the isochores; if the uplift path went outside the shaded region, the densest inclusions probably would have decrepitated or expanded as a result of excess internal pressures greater than 2 kb. 0 ~_ a.. 4 2 400 600 T,oC 800 Fig. 8. Three representative isochores for samples from an uplifted regional meta- morphic terrane.
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