Response to Comment on “Rapid cooling and cold storage in a silicic magma reservoir recorded in individual crystals”

Kari M. Cooper, Christy Till, Adam J.R. Kent, Fidel Costa, Allison E. Rubin, Darren Gravley, Chad Deering, Jim Cole, Maitrayee Bose

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Abstract

In a recent paper, we used Li concentration profiles and U-Th ages to constrain the thermal conditions of magma storage. Wilson and co-authors argue that the data instead reflect control of Li behavior by charge balance during partitioning and not by experimentally determined diffusion rates. Their arguments are based on (i) a coupled diffusion mechanism for Li, which has been postulated but has not been documented to occur, and (ii) poorly constrained zircon growth rates combined with the assumption of continuous zircon crystallization.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalScience
Volume358
Issue number6370
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 22 2017

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Response to Comment on “Rapid cooling and cold storage in a silicic magma reservoir recorded in individual crystals”. / Cooper, Kari M.; Till, Christy; Kent, Adam J.R.; Costa, Fidel; Rubin, Allison E.; Gravley, Darren; Deering, Chad; Cole, Jim; Bose, Maitrayee.

In: Science, Vol. 358, No. 6370, 22.12.2017.

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Cooper, Kari M. ; Till, Christy ; Kent, Adam J.R. ; Costa, Fidel ; Rubin, Allison E. ; Gravley, Darren ; Deering, Chad ; Cole, Jim ; Bose, Maitrayee. / Response to Comment on “Rapid cooling and cold storage in a silicic magma reservoir recorded in individual crystals”. In: Science. 2017 ; Vol. 358, No. 6370.
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