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Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism

Author : Dennis A. Carswell
ISBN : 9789634636465
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Special Papers

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Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism

Author : Bradley R. Hacker
ISBN : 9780813724034
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Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism

Author : Larissa Dobrzhinetskaya
ISBN : 0123851459
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Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism (UHPM) is a fast growing discipline that was established 25 years ago after discoveries of high pressure minerals, coesite and diamonds. The current explosion of research on UHMP terranes reflects their significance for understanding large scale mantle dynamics, major elements of plate tectonics such as continental collisions, deep subduction and exhumation, mountains building, geochemical recycling 'from surface to the core', and a deep storage of light elements participating in green-house effects in the atmosphere. This book provides insights into the formation of diamond and coesite at very high pressures and explores new ideas regarding the tectonic setting of this style of metamorphism. Important, authoritative and comprehensive one-stop resource for the growing ultrahigh pressure metamorphism UHPM research community A forward-looking approach founded upon a detailed historical perspective on UHPM presents the trends in discovery, methodology and theory over the last 25 years, allowing readers to gain a clear understanding of the current trends and the approaches that will shape the science in the future A highly diverse set of articles, covering a wide range of methods and sub-disciplines

Program And Abstracts To The Workshop

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25 Years Of Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism

Author : H. P. Schertl
ISBN : OCLC:535513786
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Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism In The Western Gneiss Region Of Norway

Author : Alice Louise Wain
ISBN : OCLC:45042211
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Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphic Rocks In The Dabieshan Sulu Region Of China

Author : Bolin Cong
ISBN : STANFORD:36105018339312
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Recent discoveries of diamond and coesite in the ultrahigh- pressure (UHP) metamorphosed supracrustal rocks have provoked a new challenge to present-day geodynamic ideas. A worldwide shift towards a new paradigm on the Earth's dynamics is imminent. Facing the new challenge, Chinese geologists have been taking an active role. The Dabieshan-Sulu region, the largest and best exposed UHP belt in the world, has attracted international attention. This comprehensive book describes many aspects of the UHP rocks in the Dabieshan-Sulu region, including the geotectonic setting, mode of occurrence, mineralogy and petrology, isotope chronology, major and trace element chemistry, and metamorphic PTt path. The possible geodynamic mechanisms involved in the deep subduction and rapid exhumation of UHP rocks are also discussed. This book will be of particular interest to researchers and graduate students of metamorphic petrology and global tectonics.

Ultrahigh Pressure Mineralogy

Author : Russell J. Hemley
ISBN : 9781501509179
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Volume 37 of Reviews in Mineralogy, divided into three sections, begins with an overview (Chapter 1) of the remarkable advances in the ability to subject minerals-not only as pristine single-crystal samples but also complex, natural mineral assemblages-to extreme pressure-temperature conditions in the laboratory. These advances parallel the development of an arsenal of analytical methods for measuring mineral behavior under those conditions. This sets the stage for section two (Chapters 2-8) which focuses on high-pressure minerals in their geological setting as a function of depth. This top-down approach begins with what we know from direct sampling of high-pressure minerals and rocks brought to the surface to detailed geophysical observations of the vast interior. The third section (Chapters 9-19) presents the material fundamentals, starting from properties of a chemical nature, such as crystal chemistry, thermochemistry, element partitioning, and melting, and moving toward the domain of mineral physics such as melt properties, equations of state, elasticity, rheology, vibrational dynamics, bonding, electronic structure, and magnetism. The Review thus moves from the complexity of rocks to their mineral components and finally to fundamental properties arising directly from the play of electrons and nuclei. This volume was prepared for a short course by the same title, organized by Russell J. Hemley and Ho-kwang Mao and sponsored by the Mineralogical Society of America, December 4-6, 1998 on the campus of the University of California at Davis.

Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphic Rocks In The Dabieshan Sulu Region Of China

Author : Bolin Cong
ISBN : UOM:39015043250557
Genre : China - Metamorphes Gestein - Aufsatzsammlung
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High And Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism From Microscopic To Orogenic Scale

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Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism

Author : Dennis A. Carswell
ISBN : 0903056542
Genre : High pressure (Science)
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This is the first volume in this series dealing with a petrological subject and contains the contributions of the lectures given at the 5th School of the European Mineralogical Union (EMU) on 'Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism' held in Budapest from 21 to 25 July 2003.

When Continents Collide Geodynamics And Geochemistry Of Ultrahigh Pressure Rocks

Author : Bradley Hacker
ISBN : 9789401590501
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2Gpa has increased to more than 15. This indicates that subduction of continental fragments to depths of 100-150 km may have played a significant role in the formation of mountain belts. This volume brings together the geochemical, geophysical and geodynamical approaches to study the processes active during ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) tectonics. The collection of papers demarkates the frontier of our understanding of the creation, preservation, and exhumation of ultrahigh-pressure rocks. Audience: This volume will be of interest to any earth scientist interested in ultrahigh pressure processes and the formation and modification of continental crust.

Thermal Evolution Of High Pressure Metamorphic Rocks In The Alps

Author : Fraukje Myriam Brouwer
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028757388
Genre : Earth temperature
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Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism

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Hp Uhp Metamorphism And Tectonic Evolution Of Orogenic Belts

Author : Lifei Zhang
ISBN : 1786203995
Genre : Geology, Structural
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"High pressure (HP) and ultrahigh pressure (UHP) metamorphic rocks play a key role in understanding the tectonic evolution of orogenic belts. They have typically experienced complex changes during subduction and exhumation processes arising from recrystallization, deformation, fluid-rock interactions and even partial melting, and may therefore carry valuable records of evolving geodynamic systems in an orogenic belt. This special publication addresses the current work on HP-UHP metamorphism and its relation to the tectonic evolution of orogenic belts. This special publication contains fifteen papers covering the important orogenic belts of the Himalaya, Dabie-Sulu, Tian Shan, North Qaidam and others that have been grouped into three parts: (I) new developments in the determination of metamorphic pressure-temperature (PT) conditions and their timing, (II) overview papers of well-known HP-UHP metamorphic belts and (III) research papers for some newly discovered HP-UHP belts.

Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism

Author : Bradley R. Hacker
ISBN : 0813723833
Genre : Geology, Structural
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Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism

Author : C. CHOPIN
ISBN : OCLC:770442122
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Multidisciplinary Approaches To Ultrahigh Pressure Metamorphism

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Epsl Frontiers

Author : A. Halliday
ISBN : 0444516956
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A new section of short reviews called 'Frontiers' was introduced within the Elsevier journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters (EPSL) in 2002 under the Editorship of Alex Halliday from ETH Zurich, Switzerland. These high profile Frontiers articles are written by leading experts and published as the opening pages to regular issues of EPSL. The reason for this development is that the Editors of EPSL believe there is an important niche to be filled with fast communications that bring the scientific community up-to-speed on interesting new areas of science. Frontiers articles are therefore specifically intended for the non-specialist earth and planetary science readership. In order to reach a broader readership, those without subscriptions to the journal, Frontiers articles will now also be published in a new book series, the EPSL Frontiers series. Volume 1 will contain all 2002 and 2003 Frontiers articles. Future volumes will contain one year of articles each.

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