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Sample 30a was taken from chromitite in the western side of Karungalpatti. The crystal chemistry of the last three amphiboles was determined from microprobe analyses combined with the results of Mössbauer spectroscopy. The studied amphibole species present in different rock types are identified as follows: i. ii. Meta-anorthosite: ferroan pargasite Chromitite: edenitic hornblende, magnesio-hornblende, tchermakitic hornblende, anthophyllite iii. Basic granulite: edenite, edenitic hornblende, pargasite, pargasitic hornblende, ferrohornblende, actinolite iv.

Depth profiles of whole soil a. % C, b. C/N, and c. % clay for the Jimmerson, Musick, and Shaver soils (Allardice et al. 1983; Begg et al. 1985). The basalt soil is represented by closed symbols and the granite soils are represented by open symbols.  Density fractions The complete C, N, and isotope results of the detailed density separations are tabulated in Tables 4 and 5. Table 6 shows the results of the ANOVAs and subsequent multiple comparison tests among density fractions for each soil. To compare trends in the density fractions across sites, some of the data from tables 4 and 5 are shown in figure 5, where stable isotope values were plotted as the difference between the soil fraction  values and the root values; this correction accounts for site differences in the isotopic composition of the plant inputs.

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