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(2021) Crustal Reworking and the Carbon Cycle
Nicoli G, Dyck B, Edmonds M & Ferrero S

(2021) Microinclusions in Megagarnets: Throndjemitic Melt Preserved in Garnets at Gore Mountain, Adirondacks (US)
Ferrero S, Wannhoff I, Laurent O, Yakymchuk C, Darling R, Wunder B, Borghini A & O'Brien PJ

(2019) Micropetrology of Melt and Fluid Inclusions: Evidence of Incipient Melting in Presence of Fluid in HT/LP Metapelites
Leoz Munte G, Ferrero S, Reche Estrada J & Martínez F

(2018) Mineral Growth and Metastability Phenomena in Melt Inclusions from Metamorphic Rocks
Ferrero S, Angel RJ, Wunder B & O'Brien PJ

(2018) Nanogranitoids in UHT and (U)HP Mafic and Ultramafic Rocks of the Bohemian Massif
Borghini A, Ferrero S, Wunder B, Laurent O, O'Brien PJ, Ziemann MA & Günter C

(2018) Evidence for Fluid-Melt Immiscibility during Partial Melting in the Oberpfalz Migmatites, Moldanubian Zone (Bohemian Massif)
Wannhoff I, Ferrero S, O´Brien PJ, Ziemann MA & Hecht L

(2017) Pargasite in Fluid Inclusions of Mantle Xenoliths from Northeast Australia (Mt. Quincan): Sign of Interaction of Astenospheric Fluid
Berkesi M, Czuppon G, Szabó C, Kovács I, Ferrero S, Pfeiffert C & Boiron M-C

(2017) Nanogranitoids in Orogenic Peridotites from the Bohemian Massif: Evidence for Partial Melting, Metasomatism or Both?
Ferrero S, Borghini A, Wunder B, Laurent O, O'Brien PJ & Ziemann MA

(2017) Partial Melting of Ultramafic Granulites from Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica: Melt Inclusions and Thermodynamic Modelling
Cesare B, Ferrero S, Godard G, Palmeri R & Wunder B

(2012) Nanogranites in Anatectic Metapelites: Building up the Database
Cesare B, Ferrero S, Bartoli O, Acosta-Vigil A, Turina A, Poli S, Ewing T & Bodnar R

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