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Mantle-derived carbonate and carbon-bearing rocks are direct indicators of the Earth's solid carbon cycle, whose periodic activity transfers key elements from the mantle to the crust, releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, and represents a significant part of the Earth's total carbon budget.
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******* Lithos volume 85, Nov/Dec 2005 ********
Carbonatites Plus: A special issue arising
from the EuroCarb ESF Network
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