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All abstracts by Marco Scambelluri in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) Syntectonic Serpentinite Dehydration within Subduction Zones
Pluemper O, Janssen C, Wallis D, Ohl M & Scambelluri M

(2018) Protracted Exhumation of Eclogites and Blueschists of the Voltri Group, Western Alps
Seman S, Smye A & Scambelluri M

(2018) Comparing Pressure-Temperature-Time Paths Across the Beigua Unit, Voltri Ophiolite: Implications for the Exhumation Mechanisms of HP Massifs
Starr P, Baxter E & Scambelluri M

(2018) Geothermobarometry of Inclusions from Raman Spectroscopy: Advantages and Limitations
Alvaro M, Campomenosi N, Mazzucchelli ML, Mihailova BD, Scambelluri M & Angel RJ

(2016) Fluid-Rock Interactions in Serpentinites Subducted to 60-80 km Depth
Peters D, John T, Scambelluri M & Pettke T

(2015) Coupled Dehydration-Decarbonation in High-Pressure Ophicarbonate. Implications on Carbon Cycling in Subduction Zones
Scambelluri M, Gilio M, Bebout GE, Belmonte D, Campomenosi N, Cannaò E & Crispini L

(2015) Serpentinites and their Role as Tracer of Fluid Pathway in Subduction Zones
Cannaò E, Scambelluri M, Agostini S & Tonarini S

(2013) B, Pb, Sr Isotopic Imprint of Crustal and Mantle Rocks from the Slab-Mantle Interface: The Cima di Gagnone Example (Central Alps)
Cannaò E, Agostini S, Scambelluri M & Tonarini S

(2013) Boron and Sulfur Isotopic Variations during Subduction of Hydrated Lithosphere: The Erro Tobbio Case
Shimizu N, Scambelluri M, Santiago Ramos D & Tonarini S

(2013) Self-Organizing Reactive Porosity Waves Allow Large-Scale Fluid Escape from Subducting Oceanic Lithosphere
Plümper O, John T, Podladchikov YY & Scambelluri M

(2011) Serpentinite Channel and the Role of Serpentinite Buoyancy for Exhumation of High-Pressure Rocks (Voltri Massif, Western Alps)
Malatesta C, Gerya T, Scambelluri M, Federico L, Crispini L & Capponi G

(2011) Subducted Serpentinites are the Boron Reservoirs for Arc Magmatism
Scambelluri M & Tonarini S

(2010) Volatile Subduction in Serpentinites
Kendrick M, Scambelluri M, Honda M & Phillips D

(2009) Deep Subduction Fluids and their Interaction with the Mantle Wedge
Scambelluri M, Pettke T & Van Roermund HLM

(2009) Subduction-Related Melts in the Alboran Mantle: The Tallante Xenoliths (B. Cordillera, SE Spain)
Rampone E, Vissers RLM, Poggio M, Scambelluri M & Zanetti A

(2009) Trace Element Records of Hydration and Dehydration Reactions in Ultramafic Rocks
Kodolányi J, Pettke T, Spandler C, Scambelluri M, John T, Kamber B & Gméling K

(2009) Serpentine Dehydration Recorded by Garnet Peridotites and Chlorite Harzburgites from Cima di Gagnone
Scambelluri M, Rampone E & Pettke T

(2008) Olivine-Ti-Clinohumite Veins and their Relation to Partial Dehydration of High Pressure Serpentinites
Kodolányi J, Spandler C, John T, Scambelluri M & Pettke T

(2002) Boron and Chlorine Cycling in the Subducted Hydrous Oceanic Mantle
Scambelluri M, Muentener O, Ottolini L, Pettke T & Vannucci R

(2000) Solute-Rich Supercritical Fluids Released from Deeply Subducted Hydrous Mantle
Scambelluri M, Bottazzi P, Trommsdorff V & Vannucci R

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