Edited By: Michael Brown and Tracy Rushmer
553 pages, 25 tabs, 150 illus
Poses fundamental questions that are being addressed by new research concerning melting, melt extraction and transport through the crust, and the effect of melt on crustal rheology, in addition to new advances involving geophysics and geochemistry. Many new insights into crustal processes have been triggered by combined field observations and laboratory experiments, supported by developments in numerical modeling. This book by experts active in the field summarizes recent advances, and is aimed at advanced students and research workers.
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