TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ANATEXIS»
The term «anatexis» is normally little used and occupies the 149.916
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANATEXIS»
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High-Temperature Metamorphism and Crustal Anatexis
This second volume in the new series produced by the Mineralogical Society is concerned with the study of rocks from the deep continental crust.
J.R. Ashworth, M. Brown, 1990
Precambrian Geology and Metamorphic Petrology: Proceedings ...
Finally, according to the experiment for the formation of Liesegang bands and
nonlinear dynamics, two mathematical models were proposed to describe
metasomatism and anatexis, respectively. We conclude that the migmatites with
Qian Xianglin, Zhengdong You, Henry Campbell Halls, 1998
Igneous Petrology: Adakite, Agpaitic Rock, Amygdule, ...
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The Structure and Physical Properties of the Earth's Crust
Water saturated granite liquids produced by anatexis in the crust can exist only
for a few degrees above the solidus. It appears that the normal product of
anatexis is a mush composed of crystals and water undersaturated granite liquid
The Role of Fluids in Crustal Processes
Hydrothermal. Systems. Associated. with. Regional. Metamorphism. and. Crustal.
Anatexis: Examples. from. the. Pyrenees,. France. omphibolite and granulite
facias gneisses •Pi B'otrte - fHlimonite Khist ...
Frontiers in Geochemistry: Global Inorganic Geochemistry
Water. as. a. Petrologic. Catalyst. Driving. 180/160. Homogenization. and.
Anatexis. of. the. Middle. Crust. in. the. Metamorphic. Core. Complexes. of. British.
Columbia. Gregory. J. Holk. Department of Geological Sciences and Geological ...
Konrad Bates Krauskopf, Wallace Gary Ernst, 2002
4a), partial melting occurs under the special conditions of lithostatic stress (“static
melting”; see section 3.4) only, and melt forms and later crystallizes without
segregation from its complementary solid fraction. In this scenario, anatexis
occurs in ...
Metamorphism and Crustal Evolution: Papers in Honour of ...
These formed by in situ anatexis and correspond to melt/restite segregations
under two different conditions, namely high melt-fraction in the case of the
granodiorite, and low melt- fraction in the case of the leucogranites. The
Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology
In some areas, latest Cretaceous plutons are strongly peraluminous two-mica
granites that were probably derived entirely by anatexis of ancient crust. Unlike
the S-type granites of eastern Australia, the North American peraluminous
The Transantarctic Mountains: Rocks, Ice, Meteorites and Water
Therefore, we conclude that the granitic magmas that formed the plutons of Hope
Granite could have formed by anatexis of the metasedimentary rocks of the Ross
orogen which these magmas intruded. The isotopic composition of strontium in ...
Gunter Faure, Teresa M. Mensing, 2010