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What Drives Metamorphism and Metamorphic Reactions?

Product Code: SP138
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by P. J. Treloar and P. O'Brien
Publication Date: 07 August 1998
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Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 1-86239-009-6
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-1-86239-009-6
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 240
Weight: 0.95 kg

Contents

The thermodynamics of Himalayan orogenesis
• Barrovian regional metamorphism: where’s the heat?
• Characterization and interpretation of P-T paths with multiple thermal peaks
• Low to medium pressure Variscan metamorphism in Galicia (NW Spain): evolution of a kyanite bearing synform and associated bounding antiformal domains
• On the occurrence and characterization of ultrahigh-temperature (UHT) crustal metamorphism
• Australian Proterozoic high-temperature, low-pressure metamorphism in the conductive limit
• Regional metamorphism due to anorogenic intracratonic magmatism
• Ridge-trench interactions and high-T-low-P metamorphism, with particular reference to the Cretaceous evolution of the Japanese Islands
• The implications of Sr-isotope disequilibrium for rates of prograde metamorphism and melt extraction in anatectic terrains
• Low-pressure crustal anatexis: the significance of spinel and cordierite from metapelitic assemblages at Nanga Parbat, northern Pakistan
• Disequilibrium during metamorphism: the role of nucleation kinetics
• Chemical and volume changes during deformation and prograde metamorphism of sediments
• The role of microcracking and grain boundary dilation during retrograde reactions
• Making movies: phase diagrams changing in pressure, temperature, composition and time

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