4 edition of Ultrahigh-pressure mineralogy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Physics and chemistry of the earth"s deep interior|
|Statement||Russell J. Hemley, editor.|
|Series||Reviews in mineralogy,, v. 37|
|Contributions||Hemley, Russell J.|
|LC Classifications||QE364.2.H54 U38 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 671 p. :|
|Number of Pages||671|
|LC Control Number||99163546|
Ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) chromitites containing UHP minerals such as coesite and diamond have been reported from some ophiolites in Tibet and the Polar Urals. Their nature, i.e., origin, P-T path and abundance, however, are still controversial and left unclear. Here we describe chromitites in the Higashi-akaishi (HA) ultramafic complex in the Cretaceous Sanbagawa metamorphic belt, Japan, which Cited by: 3. Since coesite was first identified in Donghai eclogite in (Hirajima et al., ), this phase has been reported as inclusions in eclogitic garnet, omphacite, kyanite, and epidote and gneissic zircons in many Sulu ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) , in situ Triassic UHP metamorphism has been considered a characteristic of the subducted supracrustal rocks of the northern Yangtze craton.
In doing so, it explains the formation of ultrahigh pressure minerals and explores new ideas regarding the tectonic setting of this style of metamorphism. This book will be of particular interest to researchers and graduate students of metamorphic petrology and global by: Ultra-high-pressure metamorphism refers to metamorphic processes at pressures high enough to stabilize coesite, the high-pressure polymorph of SiO is important because the processes that form and exhume ultra-high-pressure (UHP) metamorphic rocks may strongly affect plate tectonics, the composition and evolution of Earth's discovery of UHP metamorphic rocks in
A series of multi-authored, soft-bound books containing cogent and concise reviews of the literature and advances about various aspects of mineralogy, crystallography, petrology, geochemistry, and industrial mineralogy. Most volumes were written to accompany a Mineralogical Society of America (MSA) short course, courses given over a period of days before a major meeting. The content of. Ultrahigh pressure metamorphism (UHPM) is a relatively new but fast growing discipline related to the deep subduction of slabs of continental and/or oceanic crust into the Earth's mantle and their return towards the surface as important components of mountain belts.
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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 Format: Hardcover.
The discovery of micro diamond, coesite, relicts of majoritic garnet, and other ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) minerals containing lamella exsolution of coesite and hydrous phases in rocks within continental collision terranes, suggests that buoyant continental materials can be subducted to depths > km and returned to the Earth's surface.
Novel physical phenomena at ultrahigh pressures One of the key recent findings in high-pressure research is the remarkable effect of pressure on the chemistry of the elements, at conditions ranging from deep metamorphism Ultrahigh-pressure mineralogy book crustal minerals (Chapter 2) to "contact metamorphism" at the core-mantle boundary (Chapter 7).
Written by the leading workers in this exciting field, this book attempts to define an entirely new field of metamorphism - ultrahigh pressure metamorphism (UHPM). In doing so, it explains the formation of ultrahigh pressure minerals and explores new ideas regarding the tectonic setting of this style of metamorphism.
BOOK REVIEWS Hemley, R.J. (Ed.). Ultrahigh Pressure Mineralogy: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth's Deep Interior. Washington (Mineralogical Society of America, Reviews in Mineralogy, Vol. 37), xvi + pp. US$ (MSA Members US$). ISBN This is another in the 'Reviews in Mineralogy' series published by the Mineralogical Society of America, and joins a highly.
Occurrences of hydrous and carbonate phases in ultrahigh-pressure rocks from east-central China: Implications for the role of volatiles deep in cold subduction Cited by: Ultrahigh-Pressure Mineralogy: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth’s Deep Interior is a wonderful book that Russell Hemley, as editor, and the contributing authors should look to with satisfaction.
This book results from a three-day seminar course organized by Hokwang Mao and Hemley (both at the Geophysical Laboratory) and held at the University of California at Davis in December Author: Donald G.
Isaak. The inclusion of petroleum, gas, metallic deposits and economic aspects enhance the book’s value as a practical reference for mineralogy and petrology. Authored by two of the world’s premier experts, this book is a must for any young professional, researcher, or student looking for a thorough and inclusive guide to mineralogy and petrology.
The Mineralogical Society of Great Britain & Ireland is an international society for all those working in the mineral sciences. Volume 51 of Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry highlights some of the frontiers in the study of plastic deformation of minerals and rocks.
This book reviews large-strain shear deformation and deformation experiments under ultrahigh pressures; the issues of deformation of crustal rocks and the upper mantle; the interplay of partial melting.
Get this from a library. Ultrahigh Pressure Mineralogy: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth's Deep Interior. [Russell J Hemley;] -- 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.
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Edited by Robert M. Hazen and Robert T. Downs. Reviews in. Ultrahigh pressure metamorphism (UHPM) is a relatively new but fast growing discipline related to the deep subduction of slabs of continental and/or oceanic crust into the Earth's mantle and their.
Ultrahigh-Pressure Mineralogy: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth’s Deep Interior is a wonderful book that Russell Hemley, as editor, and the contributing authors should look to with satisfaction.
This book results from a three-day seminar course organized by Ho-kwang Mao and Hemley (both at the. 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.
Ultrahigh‐Pressure Mineralogy: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth's Deep Interior describes recent advances in the ultrahigh pressure study of Earth materials, places the current understanding of physical properties firmly into the context of geophysical and seismological observations, and points to directions for new breakthroughs in our Cited by:.
Ultrahigh pressure metamorphism: university textbook | Dennis A. Carswell, Roberto Compagnoli | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.Citation: Liu L, Y ang J X, Zhang J F, et al. Exsolution microstruc tures in ultrahigh-pressure rocks: Progress, controversies and challen ges.
Chinese Sci Bull, ，doi: Eight eclogite samples were selected from the Sulu ultrahigh-pressure terrane and the Sumdo high-pressure metamorphic belt (Lhasa). The mean hydroxyl concentration in pyrope-rich and almandine-rich garnet varies from 54 to ppm H 2 O and increases with the retrogression degree of eclogites.