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Amphibole plays an important role in the petrogenesis and evolution of arc magmas, but its role is not completely understood yet.
The widespread Tibetan Permo-Carboniferous glaciogenic diamictites (PCGDs) are conventionally thought to be sourced from Indian Gondwana during glacier transport and deglaciation.
The present-day lithospheric architecture of modern and ancient orogens can be imaged by geophysical techniques. For ancient orogens, unravelling their architecture at the time of formation is hindered by later tectono-magmatic events.
Mafic microgranular enclaves (MMEs), widespread in intermediate to felsic arc plutons, carry significant information on the genesis and evolution of arc magmas, yet their origin remains debatable.