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Metamorphic Geology Microscale to Mountain Belts

By: Silvio Ferrero(Editor), Pierre Lanari(Editor), Philippe Goncalves(Editor), Eugene G Grosch(Editor)
482 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Metamorphic Geology
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  • Metamorphic Geology ISBN: 9781786204004 Hardback Apr 2019 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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In Earth evolution, mountain belts are the loci of crustal growth, reworking and recycling. These crustal-scale processes are unravelled through microscale investigations of textures and mineral assemblages of metamorphic rocks. Multiple episodes of metamorphism, re-equilibration and deformation, however, generally produce a complex and tightly interwoven pattern of microstructures and assemblages. Over the last two decades, the combination of advanced computing and technological capabilities with new concepts has provided a vast array of novel petrological tools and high-resolution/high-sensitivity techniques for microanalysis and imaging. Such novel approaches are proving fundamental to untangling the enigma represented by metamorphism with an unprecedented level of detail and confidence. As a result, the first decade and a half of this century has already seen the tumultuous development of new research avenues in metamorphic petrology. Metamorphic Geology aims to provide a timely overview of the state of the art of this field, of newly developed petrological techniques, future advancements and significant new case studies.


Lanari, P., Ferrero, S., Goncalves, P. & Grosch, E. G. / Metamorphic geology: progress and perspectives

Ferrero, S., O’Brien, P. J., Borghini, A., Wunder, B., Wälle, M., Günter, C. & Ziemann, M. A. / A treasure chest full of nanogranitoids: an archive to investigate crustal melting in the Bohemian Massif
Lanari, P., Vho, A., Bovay, T., Airaghi, L. & Centrella, S. / Quantitative compositional mapping of mineral phases by electron probe micro-analyser
Riel, N., Bouilhol, P., van Hunen, J., Cornet, J., Magni, V., Grigorova, V. & Velic, M. / Interaction between mantle-derived magma and lower arc crust: quantitative reactive melt flow modelling using STyx
Likhanov, I. I. / Mass-transfer and differential element mobility in metapelites during multistage metamorphism of the Yenisey Ridge, Siberia
Tropper, P. / Experimental simulation of contact metamorphism using natural quartzphyllite materials: advantages and pitfalls
Cárdenes, V., Merinero, R., López-Mungira, A., Rubio-Ordoñez, Á., Pitcairn, I. K. & Cnudde, V. / Size evolution of micropyrite from diagenesis to low-grade metamorphism

Warren, C. J., Greenwood, L. V., Argles, T. W., Roberts, N. M. W., Parrish, R. R. & Harris, N. B. W. / Garnet–monazite rare earth element relationships in sub-solidus metapelites: a case study from Bhutan
Pownall, J. M., Armstrong, R. A., Williams, I. S., Thirlwall, M. F., Manning, C. J. & Hall, R. / Miocene UHT granulites from Seram, eastern Indonesia: a geochronological–REE study of zircon, monazite and garnet
Martin, C. / P–T conditions of symplectite formation in the eclogites from the Western Gneiss Region (Norway)
Hyppolito, T., Cambeses, A., Angiboust, S., Raimondo, T., García-Casco, A. & Juliani, C. / Rehydration of eclogites and garnet-replacement processes during exhumation in the amphibolite facies
Centrella, S. / The granulite- to eclogite- and amphibolite-facies transition: a volume and mass transfer study in the Lindås Nappe, Bergen Arcs, west Norway
Ni, P., Wang, T.-G., Wang, G.-G., Li, W.-S. & Pan, J.-Y. / Metamorphic fluid superimposition of the Changba–Lijiagou Pb–Zn deposit, West Qinling Orogen, central China
Abu-Alam, T., Abd El Monsef, M. & Grosch, E. / Shear-zone hosted gold mineralization of the Arabian–Nubian Shield: devolatilization processes across the greenschist–amphibolite-facies transition

Grosch, E. G. / Metamorphic processes preserved in early Archean supracrustal rocks of the Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa
Waters, D. J., Law, R. D., Searle, M. P. & Jessup, M. J. / Structural and thermal evolution of the South Tibetan Detachment shear zone in the Mt Everest region, from the 1933 sample collection of L. R. Wager
Gervais, F. / Three modes of isograd formation in the northern Monashee Complex of the Canadian Cordillera
Plissart, G., Diot, H., Monnier, C. & Mǎrunţiu, M. / New insights into the building of the Variscan Belt in Eastern Europe (Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria)
Wang, C., Song, S., Allen, M. B., Su, L. & Wei, C. / High-pressure granulite from Jixian, Eastern Hebei, the North China Craton: implications for Neoarchean to early Paleoproterozoic collision tectonics
Oh, C. W. & Lee, B. C. / The relationship between systematic metamorphic patterns and collisional processes along the Qinling–Sulu–Odesan collisional belt between the North and South China Cratons

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By: Silvio Ferrero(Editor), Pierre Lanari(Editor), Philippe Goncalves(Editor), Eugene G Grosch(Editor)
482 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
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