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Figure 5. Olivine pole figures for xenoliths form the Bohemian Massif and Pannonian Basin in sections perpendicular to the long axes of the xenoliths (Wulf's stereographic projection, upper hemisphere) [Grachev and Dobrzhinetskaya, 1987]. a: sample CH-25; b: sample CH-26; c: sample V-10/1; d: sample V-10/2; e: sample V-5/1. All diagrams are based on data of 100 measurements. The arrow in the left-hand part indicates the orientation of the thin section relative to the xenolith shape.

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Citation: Grachev A. F. (2016), Anisotropy of elastic properties and thermal conductivity of the upper mantle – a case study of xenoliths shape: Evidence from xenoliths in basalts in North Eurasia, Russ. J. Earth Sci., 16, ES2002, doi:10.2205/2016ES000566.

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