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All abstracts by Tibor Guzmics in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2017) 3D Raman Mapping of Melt Inclusions in Kerimasi (Tanzania) Alkaline and Carbonatite Rocks
Káldos R, Guzmics T, Váczi T, Berkesi M, Dankházi Z & Szabó C

(2015) Importance of Melt Inclusions in Study of Carbonatites: Insight into Kerimasi Melt Evolution
Guzmics T, Káldos R, Zajacz Z, Mitchell R & Szabó C

(2015) Combined HR-Raman and FIB-SEM Analyses of Carbonate Melt Inclusions from Kerimasi Jacupirangite (Tanzania)
Káldos R, Guzmics T, Váczi T, Baris A, Berkesi M, Szabó C, Havancsák K & Dankházi Z

(2013) Trace Element Partitioning between Immiscible Silicate and Carbonate Melts, Based on Natural Melt Inclusions from Kerimasi Volcano, Tanzania
Guzmics T & Zajacz Z

(2012) CO2-rich Fluids in the Mantle: A Comparative Fluid Inclusion Study
Berkesi M, Szabo C, Guzmics T, Pinter Z, Kaldos R, Dubessy J, Park M & Czuppon G

(2011) Melt Inclusions in Coexisting Perovskite, Nepheline, Magnetite and Clinopyroxene in Pyroxene Melilitolite from Kerimasi Volcano, Tanzania
Guzmics T, Mitchell RH, Berkesi M, Szabó C & Milke R

(2010) Trace Element Transport by COHS Fluids in the Deep Lithosphere: A Fluid Inclusion Perspective
Szabo C, Berkesi M, Hidas K, Guzmics T, Bodnar R & Dubessy J

(2009) Carbonatite Melt Inclusions in Coexisting Magnetite, Apatite and Monticellite from Kerimasi Carbonatite, Tanzania
Guzmics T, Mitchell R, Berkesi M & Szabó C

(2007) Melt/wallrock Interaction Shown by Silicate Melt Inclusions in Peridotite Xenoliths from Pannonian Basin
Hidas K, Szabó C, Guzmics T, Bali E, Zajacz Z & Kovács I

(2007) Apatite- and K Feldspar-Hosted Primary Carbonatite Melt Inclusions from Mantle Xenoliths, Hungary
Guzmics T, Zajacz Z, Szabó C & Halter W

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