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The Amount of Recycled Crust in Sources of Mantle-Derived Melts
Alexander V. Sobolev, Albrecht W. Hofmann, Dmitry V. Kuzmin, Gregory M. Yaxley, Nicholas T. Arndt, Sun-Lin Chung, Leonid V. Danyushevsky, Tim Elliott, Frederick A. Frey, Michael O. Garcia, Andrey A.Gurenko, Vadim S. Kamenetsky, Andrew C. Kerr, Nadezhda A. Krivolutskaya, Vladimir V. Matvienkov, Igor K. Nikogosian, Alexander Rocholl, Ingvar A. Sigurdsson, Nadezhda M. Sushchevskaya, Mengist Teklay

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Materials and Methods
Figs. S1 to S5
Tables S1, S2a, S2b, and S3
References

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