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Combined thermodynamic–geochemical modeling in metamorphic geology: Boron as tracer of fluid–rock interaction.

Journal article
Authors Matthias Konrad-Schmolke
Ralf Halama
Published in Lithos
Volume 208-209
Pages 393-414
ISSN 0024-4937
Publication year 2014
Published at
Pages 393-414
Language en
Subject categories Earth and Related Environmental Sciences


Quantitative geochemical modeling is today applied in a variety of geological environments from the petrogenesis of igneous rocks to radioactive waste disposal. In addition, the development of thermodynamic databases and computer programs to calculate equilibrium phase diagrams has greatly advanced our ability to model geodynamic processes. Combined with experimental data on elemental partitioning and isotopic fractionation, thermodynamic forward modeling unfolds enormous capacities that are far from exhausted.

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