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Finally, the isotopic signature of the tholeiitic and K-Na-alkaline-magmatism from the PAE in general, and from ASV in particular, may reflect ancient heterogeneities preserved in the subcontinental lithospheric mantle. As matter of fact, all the geochemical data indicate that the PAE magmatism requires heterogeneous mantle sources, also in terms of radiogenic isotopes [6,10]: such heterogeneities probably represent metasomatic processes which have occurred mainly at 0.5-1.0 Ga and at 1.5-2.0 Ga (cf.
Alternatively, EM1 sources may bear an imprint from subducted pelagic sediment subduction (Weaver, 1991) or represent subcontinental lithospheric mantle scraped from beneath continents (e.g., Milner and le Roex, 1996).
The nature of the subcontinental lithospheric mantle (SCLM) of the Slave is particularly well defined through geophysical and xenolith data.