10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RHEOMORPHISM»
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U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper
According to this hypothesis, the late shonkinitic dikes might be explained by the
eventual complete fusion (rheomorphism) of the shonkinitic material and its
injection as a magma to form the dikes. Under such extreme metamorphism, ...
Geological Survey Bulletin
Cornucopia area, alteration, granitization, rheomorphism : Goodspeed, G. E., 14.
Gold quartz veins: Goodspeed, G. E., 3. Deschutes project, rock samples,
petrography: Mielenz, R. C, 9, 11. Dilation and replacement dikes: Goodspeed,
G. E., 2.
Geological Survey professional paper
Foliated and quartz monzonitic rocks are relatively common, however, and the
different compositional and textural types are complexly intermixed throughout
the areas of rheomorphism. As these variations were not mapped separately
Geological Survey (U.S.), Geological Survey (U.S.). Geographic Names Information Management, 1987
... replacement, (d) solid diffusion. In any particular area or part of an area, one of
these mechanisms may act alone or may dominate over the others, or there may
be any combination. RHEOMORPHISM AND N EOMAGMAS In one of the ...
Geological Survey Professional Paper
Composite of columns 1—6. to be more abundant than the least differentiated
rocks, a situation incompatible either with partial crustal melting and
rheomorphism or with differentiation by fractional crystallization at this or any
other single level ...
Later definitions (Schieferdecker, 1959) also imply that rheomorphism is
accomplished by ionic diffusion. Here, rheomorphism is defined as "the
liquefaction of pre-existing rocks", so that they become capable of flow. An
excellent example of ...
Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology
... generally organic and inorganic liquids with suspended particles. rheomorphic
Petrology, relating to or characterized by a process of rheomorphism.
rheomorphic fold see rheid fold. rheomorphic intrusion Petrology, the injection of
Christopher G. Morris, 1992
Progress in geology of China (1993-1996): papers to 30th IGC
By this way the gold in the source beds is enriched into the bedding shear zone
of solid rheomorphism. The experimental result and the geological phenomenon
show that the intensity of ductile deformation, under the solid—rheomorphic ...
Acta Vulcanologica: AV : Journal of the National Volcanic ...
'_ __/ phy_ Ev'\d¢r\ce5 of Seccmdary mass flowage, such as that in the southem
5ect_°T Of the C.C. quarry, is due to postdepositional gravity-driven movements (
rheomorphism); c) close to the source the unwelded sequence often grades into
Investigation on the Time and Spatial Distribution of the ...
Rheomorphism Granitic bodies, especially migmatites or gneisses, when formed
chiefly by the process of rheomorphism commonly exhibit a typical kind of plastic
flow structure, such as ptygmatic folds of veinites. Such ptygmatic folds are not ...