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1. Lithified stage The ﬁrst stage is the formation of clastic sedimentary rocks, siltstone, sandstone, shale, and conglomerate present in the Phu Kradung, Phra Wihan, and Sao Khua Formations by meandering and braided stream deposits. The existence of pyrite (FeS2 ) occurring as individual crystals, clusters of combined crystals or pyrite nodules, the existence of coal jets and carbonaceous materials suggest that these rock formations were formed under signiﬁcantly reducing conditions. These crystalline pyrites distribute unevenly throughout the rock formations.
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6. Primitive mantle-normalized trace element33 showing chemically diﬀerent basalts (a), two rhyolite rock types with no genetic relation to basalt (b), and distribution pattern similarity between Arita rhyolite and andesite (c). Also shown is a 18 Ma tholeiite from Oki–Dogo island inﬂuenced by subduction-derived hydrous phases34 for reference. ) FA December 10, 2008 15:45 AOGS 2007 - SE Volume 9in x 6in b672-V13-ch04 Evidence for Coexisting OIB-Like and Subduction-Related Mantle Sources 47 Fig.