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Ballhaus, C., Blanchard, H., Fonseca, R. O. C. and Bragagni, A. (2018). Reply 2 to comment on Ultra-high pressure and ultra-reduced minerals in ophiolites may form by lightning strikes. Geochem. Perspect. Lett., 8. S. 8 - 11. PARIS CEDEX 05: EUROPEAN ASSOC GEOCHEMISTRY. ISSN 2410-3403

Ballhaus, C., Fonseca, R. O. C. and Bragagni, A. (2018). Reply to Comment on Ultra-high pressure and ultra-reduced minerals in ophiolites may form by lightning strikes by Griffin et al., 2018: No evidence for transition zone metamorphism in the Luobusa ophiolite. Geochem. Perspect. Lett., 7. S. 3 - 5. PARIS CEDEX 05: EUROPEAN ASSOC GEOCHEMISTRY. ISSN 2410-3403

Ballhaus, C., Wirth, R., Fonseca, R. O. C., Blanchard, H., Proell, W., Bragagni, A., Nagel, T., Schreiber, A., Dittrich, S., Thome, V., Hezel, D. C., Below, R. and Cieszynski, H. (2017). Ultra-high pressure and ultra-reduced minerals in ophiolites may form by lightning strikes. Geochem. Perspect. Lett., 5. S. 42 - 47. PARIS CEDEX 05: EUROPEAN ASSOC GEOCHEMISTRY. ISSN 2410-3403

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