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, Fig. 12. Relics of cordierite, partially substituted aggregates of biotite, Na-containing jedrite, sillimanite, plagioclase, plagioclase-quartz matrix of garnet-quartz-plagioclase spots in metapelites of the Southern Regional Zone of the complex Limpopo, with small aggregates of quartz (Qtz), alkali feldspar (Kfs) and 1118 plagioclase (Pl), representing the remaining melt pockets. Biotite (Bt) and sillimanite

, Crystallization and melt extraction of a garnet-bearing charnockite from South China: Constraints from petrography, geochemistry, mineral thermometer and rhyolite-MELTS modeling, American Mineralogist, vol.4, 2020.

, Figure 9: Collecting curve, showing history of cumulative diversity vs sample size.

, Figure 1. Sequencing, coverage, and error rates., Figure, vol.5

, Figure 1?figure supplement 2. Average green leaf area (GLA) of the 123 epiRILs (light green), the ddm1-2 line (F4; red) and six Wt lines (Col-0; dark green)., Thermodynamic modelling for the Late Cambrian -Early Ordovician sequence, vol.6

T. Wolery, M4SF-20LL010301042: Updated Thermodynamic Database for Use in Generic Disposal System Assessment, chlorite, the yellow lines are the bounds for the stability field of staurolite, the black lines are the 1151 upper limit for the stability of muscovite, the blue lines represent the upper limit (in terms of 1152 pressure) of stability for cordierite, 2020.

, Appendix 1?figure 6. Simulations from the NF-?B:E2F model., The shaded area in blue represent the small divariant 1172 field for the dehydration-melting reaction of biotite

, Large polarized photomicrographs for the 3 samples used for the geochronological study: 1185 a) 10Ag02; b) 10Ag04; c) 11Ag03. The position of the monazite grains analyzed for, Figure, vol.9

L. A. Icp-, The limits of 1187 the field of view (dashed rectangles) used for the figure 6 for the petrological study for samples 1188 10Ag04 (figure 5b) and 11Ag03 (figure 5c) are shown with dashed lines. Normal shear zones are 1189 highlighted for the highly deformed sample 11Ag03 using asymmetric arrows, Yttrium and Thorium X-ray maps of the different monazite grains analyzed for the U-1193, vol.10, 1192.

, For sample 10Ag04, 1195 monazite grains in inclusion in garnet are labelled with "grt" on top. 1196 1197 1198 Figure 11: Concordia diagrams for all U-Th-Pb analyses of monazite grains. A) Analyses for 1199 sample 10Ag02, close to the Ansignan charnockite, all Y-rich cores define a statistical meaningful 1200 population with an age of 305 ± 4 Ma (2 ). B) Analyses of monazite for the sample 10Ag04, also 1201 close to the charnockite, taking only the spot representing Th/U ratio of 6.5 ± 1, they define a single 1202 population of ages with a mean of 306 ± 2 Ma (2 ), one very low concordant age has been 1203 excluded. C) Analyses of monazite for sample 11Ag03, the most deformed and retrogressed 1204 kinzigite sample, located in the upper part of the gneissic core. Nine of the analyses successfully 1205 represent a single population of ages, with a mean at 296 ± 2 Ma (2 ). The analyses of m3 have 1206 been excluded as well as the low Th core in m1 (figure 11c), Th-Pb geochronology for samples 10Ag02 (A), 10Ag04 (B) and 11Ag03 (C). The white dots on Y 1194 maps represent the location of LA ICP-MS analyses, with the label number, p.1208

, Analyses of high Th/U zones of monazite grains from sample 10Ag04. 12 of these analyses clearly 1209 define a single population of ages with a mean value of 300 ± 2 Ma

, Reconstruction of the metamorphic gradient after the main Variscan metamorphic event 1213 with both the gneissic core samples and the late Cambrian -early Ordovician sequence, Figure, vol.12, p.1215

, Figure 13: reconstruction of the evolution of the geothermal gradient of the Agly massif during the 1217

H. Late-variscan and . Event, Intrusion of the magmatic bodies (grey boxes) at 1218 different structural levels of the Agly massif between 308 and 304 Ma, with a lower crustal source 1219 for these magmas, see text. b) At the time of the main metamorphic event (c. 305 Ma), geothermal 1220 gradient is directly inferred from the P-T conditions determined from thermodynamic modelling for 1221 the gneissic core

, 296-300 Ma. The late Cambrian -early Ordovician sequence is 1223 slightly heated due to the juxtaposition of the hot gneissic core. Blue areas represent the two main 1224 subtractive zones responsible for the thinning of the massif

, Mineral abbreviations around the alumino-silicate triple point are kyanite (ky), sillimanite (sil), p.1226

, The two main dehydration reactions described in the text are highlighted, 1227 muscovite dehydration (ms -) and biotite dehydration melting (bt sil q = grt crd L)

, Table 1: XRF analyses of all samples used in this study. GPS location are in the French system 1231

, Average garnet core analyses from EPMA for kinzigites samples of the gneissic core with 1234 their respective variations, computed as 1 standard deviation (1s), vol.2

, Summary of all U-Th-Pb data for monazite used in this study with their respective textural 1239 positions, vol.3

, Summary of P-T conditions for all kinzigite samples, vol.4