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(2023) Experimental Melting of Amphibole-Rich Metasomes + Lherzolite at 1-4 GPa and its Constraints for the Origin of Na-Alkaline Magmatism
Grützner T, Prelevic D, Berndt J & Klemme S

(2020) Post-Collisional Orogenic Magmatism Involves Melting of Blueschist Stored in Shallow Lithosphere
Wang Y, Foley S, Prelević D & Xu Y

(2019) Experimental Characterization of Mantle Wedge-Metasomatism by Sediment-Peridotite Reaction in Subduction Zones
Foley S, Foerster M, Bussweiler Y, Prelevic D & Daczko N

(2018) The Origin of Alpine-Himalayan Orogenic K-Rich Lavas: An Integrated Experimental and Geochemical Approach
Prelevic D, Buhre S & Förster M

(2017) Petrogenesis of Middle Eocene Post-Collisional Magmatism Around Izmir-Ankara-Erzincan Suture Zone (Pontides, NE Turkey)
Göçmengil G, Karacık Z, Genç ŞC, Prelević D & Billor Z

(2017) Partitioning of Nitrogen during Partial Melting of Phlogopite-Rich Metasomes
Foerster M, Prelevic D, Buhre S & Foley S

(2017) Deciphering the Unique Th/La Enigma in Alpine-Himalayan Orogenic Belt K-Rich Rocks
Wang Y, Prelević D, Buhre S & Foley S

(2016) Melting of Mixed Continental Crust and Depleted Peridotite: Potassium Rich Magmatism from a Phlogopite-Free Source
Wang Y, Foley S & Prelević D

(2015) From MARID to Lamproite: Melting Phase Relations of MARID-Like Xenoliths from Kimberley, South Africa
Förster MW, Prelevic D, Schmück HR, Buhre S & Jacob DE

(2015) Identifying the Origin of Olivines in Ultramafic Lamprophyres from Labrador, Canada, by Minor and Trace Elements
Veter M, Foley S & Prelevic D

(2015) An Experimental Approach to the Origin of Ultrapotassic Lavas from the Alpine-Himalayan Belt
Schmück HR, Buhre S, Förster MW & Prelevic D

(2015) Lawsonite Blueschists in Recycled Mélange Involved in K-Rich Orogenic Magmatism
Wang Y, Prelević D, Foley S, Buhre S & Galer S

(2015) Analytical and Experimental Study of Post-Collisional Volcanism in the Alpine-Himalayan Belt
Prelevic D, Schmück H, Buhre S, Yu W & Foley S

(2015) The Generation of Composite Dykes of Leucite-Diopside and Phlogopite-Diopsite Lamprophyres in a Long Lived Volcanic Arc Setting: An Example for the Heteromorphic Reactions during Differentiation
Gülmez F, Genç C & Prelévic D

(2014) The Origin of Ultramafic Enclaves and their Basanitic Host Rock from Kula Volcano, Turkey
Grützner T, Prelević D, Akal C & Klemme S

(2013) Carbonate, Not Carbonatite, at Villamayor Volcano (Calatrava Volcanic District, Central Spain)
Lustrino M, Agostini S, Capizzi L, Psarakis M & Prelevic D

(2013) Os-Isotopes Constraints on the Dynamics of Orogenic Mantle: The Case of Central Balkans
Prelević D, Brügmann G, Barth M, Božović M, Cvetković V & Foley S

(2013) Lawsonite as a Potential Repository of Th and REE in Subduction Zones: Blueschists from Tavşanlı (Turkey)
Wang Y, Prelević D, Foley S, Buhre S, Johnson T & Häger T

(2013) The Role of Ultramafic Veins in Mafic Alkaline Magmatism: Contrary Evidence from Continental Intra-Plate Settings
Smart K, Tappe S, Stracke A, Romer R & Prelevic D

(2011) Recycling Plus: A New Recipe for Making Orogenic Mantle
Prelevic D

(2011) Demir Kapija Ophiolite: A Snapshot of Subduction Initiation within a Back-Arc
Bozovic M, Prelevic D, Romer RL & Barth M

(2010) Arc Peridotite, Eclogite and Tonalite: A Trio of Ingredients for Craton Assembly
Jacob D, Prelevic D, Rehfeldt T, Buhre S & Foley S

(2007) No Need for Involvement of a Hidden Mantle Reservoir in the Origin of Lamproites from Mediterranean
Prelevic D, Foley S, Stracke A, Romer R & Conticelli S

(2006) Refertilization of highly depleted lithospheric mantle (Balkan peninsula, SE Europe): Evidence from peridotite xenoliths
Downes H, Cvetkovic V, Hock V, Prelevic D & Lazarov M

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