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Topics in Igneous Petrology

Edited By: Jyotisankar Ray, Gautam Sen and Biswajit Ghosh
505 pages, 120 black & white illustrations, 10 colour illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The second half of the past century witnessed a remarkable paradigm shift in approach to the understanding of igneous rocks. Global literature records a change from a classical petrographic approach to emphasis on mineral chemistry, trace element characteristics, tectonic setting, phase relations, and theoretical simulation of magma generation and evolution processes. This book contains contributions by international experts in different fields of igneous petrology and presents an overview of recent developments. This book is dedicated to the late Dr Mihir K. Bose, former professor of the Department of Geology, Presidency College, Calcutta, India, who actively participated in the development of this new global view of igneous petrology.

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Foreword Acknowledgment List of contributors PLUME AND HOTSPOTS Upper Triassic Karmutsen formation of Western Canada and Alaska: A plume-generated oceanic plateau formed along a mid-ocean ridge nucleated on a late Paleozoic active margin Jaroslav Dostal, J. Duncan Keppie, J. Brendan Murphy and Nicholas W.D. Massey Deccan Traps Flood Basalt Province: an Evaluation of the Thermochemical Plume Model Gautam Sen and D. Chandrasekharam A review of the radiometric data placing the Hawaiian-Emperor Bend at 50Ma; placing constraints on hypotheses concerning the origin of the Hawaiian-Emperor Volcanic chain Ajoy K. Baksi Geology, petrology and geochemistry of the volcanic rocks of the Axum area, northern Ethiopia Miruts Hagos, Christian Koeberl, Kurkura Koberto and Friedrich Koller Geological and geochemical studies of Kolekole cinder cone, Southwest Rift Zone, East Maui, Hawaii Nilanjan Chatterjee and Somdev Bhattacharji SEISMIC EVIDENCES ON MAGMA GENESIS New seismic evidence for the origin of arc and back-arc magmas Dapeng Zhao, Sadato Ueki, Yukihisa Nishizono and Akira Yamada CONTINENTAL FLOOD BASALTS Mineral compositions in the Deccan igneous rocks of India; an overview Leone Melluso and Sam F. Sethna Recycling of flow-top breccia crusts into molten interiors of flood basalt lava flows: Field and geochemical evidence from Deccan Traps Hetu C.Seth, Jyotiranjan S. Ray, P. Senthil Kumar, Raymond A. Duraiswami, Rudra Narayan Chatterjee and Trupti Gurav Giant plagioclase basalt from northern part of Jhabua District, Madhya Pradesh, Central India Biswajit Ghosh Petrogenesis of flood basalts of the Narsingpur-Harrai-Amarwara-Lakhnadon section of Eastern Deccan Province, India Piyali Sengupta and Jyotisankar Ray ARC VOLCANISM The intra-oceanic Barren Island and Narcondam arc volcanoes, Andaman Sea: Implications for subduction inputs and crustal overprint of a depleted mantle source Martin J. Streck, Frank Ramos, Aspen Gillam, Dhanapati Haldar and Robert A. Duncan EXTENSIONAL VOLCANICS Polybaric evolution of the volcanic rocks at Gabal Nuqara, northeastern desert, Egypt E.A. Khalaf, M. Khalaf and F. Oraby OPHIOLITES Textural fingerprints of magmatic, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks associated with the Naga Hills Ophiolite, Northeast India N.C. Ghose and Fareeduddin CHARNOCKITES AND ANORTHOSITES Age and origin of the Chilka anorthosites, Eastern Ghats, India: Implications for massif anorthosite petrogenesis and break-up of Rodinia Ramananda Chakrabarti, Asish R. Basu, Pradyot K. Bandyopadhyay and Haibo Zou Geochemical and geochronological data from charnockites and anorthosites from India's Kodaikanal-Palani Massif, Southern Granulite Terrain, India Elizabeth J. Catlos, Kaan Sayit, Poovalingam Sivasubramanian and Chandra S. Dubey MINERALOGY, MINERALIZATION AND EARTH DYNAMICS Kimberlites, supercontinents and deep Earth dynamics: Mid-Proterozoic India in Rodinia Stephen E. Haggerty Petrological evolution and emplacement of Siwana and Jalor Ring Complexes of Malani Igneous Suite, Northwestern Peninsular India G. Vallinayagam and N. Kochhar Occurrence and origin of scapolite in the Neoproterozoic Lufilian-Zambezi belt, Zambia: Evidence/role of brine-rich fluid infiltration during regional metamorphism Crispin Katango, Friedrich Koller, T. Ntaflos, Christian Koeberl and F. Tembo Index

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Edited By: Jyotisankar Ray, Gautam Sen and Biswajit Ghosh
505 pages, 120 black & white illustrations, 10 colour illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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