By: CW Passchier, JS Myers and A Kroner
150 pages, 101 figs.
The first textbook on structural geology aimed primarily at the interpretation of high-grade gneiss terrains. The authors outline some of the more commonly seen structural features, suggest how they can be analysed and interpreted, and explain which sampling technique for petrology, geochemistry and geochronology will give the best results.
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