10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PICRITIC»
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Origin of the Earth and Moon
The negative Eu anomalies in all near-primary, picritic glasses also argues
against serial magmatism models. In an attempt to explain the negative Eu
anomaly of the mare basalts within the context of a serial magmatism model,
Walker (1983) ...
Robin M. Canup, Kevin Righter, 2000
Plates, Plumes, and Planetary Processes
The HVLC may be composed of cumulates crystallized from picritic liquids
derived by partial melting at relatively high pressure. Alternatively, the picritic
melts formed some extensive and horizontal sills that crystallized as a nearly
Gillian R. Foulger, Donna M. Jurdy, 2007
Convergent Margin Terranes and Associated Regions: A Tribute ...
The type 2c intrusive sheets and type 2b intrusive sheets were spawned,
respectively, by the picritic melt expelled from the dunitic mush (Fig. 2B), and the
ankaramitic melt next expelled from the wehrlitic and clinopyroxenitic mushes (
A Tale of Two Cratons: The Slave-Kaapvaal Workshop
Three lines are shown for the changing composition of cumulates with degree of
fractionation from a primitive picritic ("Picritic Cum.," 17.8 wt.% MgO), komatiitic ("
Komatiitic Cum.," 19.99 wt.% MgO), and basaltic liquids ("Basaltic Cum.," 10.89 ...
Dr. Alan G. Jones, Richard W. Carlson, Herman Grütter, 2004
Tectonic Studies of Asia and the Pacific Rim: A Tribute to ...
The inner part of the Guli outcrop area is occupied by ankaratrites10 and picritic
ankaratrites. Rocks of similar composition also form stock-like bodies (1 to 2 km
across) and thin dikes (0.1 to 1.5 m thick) that cut dunite- peridotites (Egorov et al.
Benjamin Markham Page, Wallace Gary Ernst, Robert Griffin Coleman, 2000
Magmatic Sulfide Deposits: Geology, Geochemistry and Exploration
"N" for picritic gabbrodolerite from hole KZ-1 162 in the central part of the
Kharaelakh intrusion is similar to that from hole KZ-1739 in the Talnakh intrusion,
again as to be expected from Fig. 4.40. 5. Where data for sulfides from picritic and
Ophiolites, Arcs, and Batholiths: A Tribute to Cliff Hopson
A newer view now recognizes that ophiolites, including the Coast Range
ophiolite, are products of not one but two differentiated magma series—one
tholeiitic, the other picritic/ ankaramitic—that were closely related in time, space,
and origin ...
James Earl Wright, John W. Shervais, 2008
Caribbean-South American Plate Interactions, Venezuela
Picritic Metatuff Picritic metatuff occurs as light green, finely laminated chlorite
schists in thin beds centimeters to a meter thick. It is characterized in thin section
as an aphanitic rock with a crenulated matrix of chlorite + white mica + lawsonite
Hans G. Avé Lallemant, Virginia Baker Sisson, 2005
The vertical dashed line represents the density limit for picritic melts. (B) In situ
density ranges for magma reservoir roof blocks, lateral magma reservoir country
rocks. and the subreservoir oceanic crust and upper mantle for Iceland, the ...
Magmas, Rocks and Planetary Development: A Survey of ...
117) has, for example, described the various high-Mg rocks of the Karoo
Province. Many of these rocks contain more than 2 per cent alkalies and probably
should be named alkalic picrites. Enormous volumes of picritic lava erupted
during the ...
Eric A. K. Middlemost, 2014