Items where Kingston Author is "Bianchini, Gianluca"

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Pennisi, M., Bianchini, Gianluca, Kloppmann, W. and Muti, A. (2009) Chemical and isotopic (B, Sr) composition of alluvial sediments as archive of a past hydrothermal outflow. Chemical Geology, 266(3-4), pp. 123-134. ISSN (print) 0009-2541

Beccaluva, Luigi, Bianchini, Gianluca, Natali, Claudio and Siena, Franca (2009) Continental flood basalts and mantle plumes: a case study of the Northern Ethiopian Plateau. Journal of Petrology, 50(7), pp. 1377-1403. ISSN (print) 0022-3530

Rango, Tewodros, Bianchini, Gianluca, Beccaluva, Luigi, Ayenew, Tenalem and Colombani, Nicolo (2009) Hydrogeochemical study in the Main Ethiopian Rift: new insights to the source and enrichment mechanism of fluoride. Environmental Geology, 58(1), pp. 109-118. ISSN (print) 0099-0094

Bianchini, G, Beccaluva, L and Siena, F (2008) Post-collisional and intraplate Cenozoic volcanism in the rifted Apennines/Adriatic domain. Lithos, 101(1-2), pp. 125-140. ISSN (print) 0024-4937

Beccaluva, L., Azzouni-Sekkal, A., Benhallou, A., Bianchini, G., Ellam, R. M., Marzola, M, Siena, F and Stuart, F.M. (2007) Intracratonic asthenosphere upwelling and lithosphere rejuvenation beneath the Hoggar swell (Algeria): evidence from HIMU metasomatised lherzolite mantle xenoliths. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 260(3-4), pp. 482-494. ISSN (print) 0012-821X

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Beccaluva, L., Bianchini, G., Ellam, R.M., Marzola, M., Oun, K.M., Siena, F. and Stuart, F.M. (2008) The role of HIMU metasomatic components in the North African lithospheric mantle: petrological evidence from the Gharyan lherzolite xenoliths, NW Libya. In: Coltorti, M. and Gregoire, M., (eds.) Metasomatism in Oceanic and Continental Lithospheric Mantle. London, U.K. : Geological Society. pp. 253-277. (Geological Society Special Publication, no. 293) ISSN (print) 0305-8719 ISBN 9781862392427

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