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High-Temperature Metamorphism and Crustal Anatexis

by Mineralogical Society Of America

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  • ISBN: 9780044457213
  • ISBN10: 0044457219

High-Temperature Metamorphism and Crustal Anatexis

by Mineralogical Society Of America

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  • Publisher: Allen & Unwin Pty., Limited (Australia)
  • Publish date: 08/31/1990
  • ISBN: 9780044457213
  • ISBN10: 0044457219
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Description: 1 An overview of diverse responses to diverse processes at high crustal temperatures.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 Processes and materials.- 1.3 Mineral equilibria.- 1.4 Melting equilibria.- 1.5 Amount and mobilization of melt.- 1.6 Melt-restite interaction and retrograde evolution.- 1.7 Fluid movements.- 1.8 P-T-t paths and tectonic models.- References.- 2 Graphical analysis of P-T-X relations in granulite facies metapelites.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2 Phase relations in a simple system: MgO-Al2O3-SiO2 (MAS).- 2.3 The system FMAS.- 2.4 A multisystem in FMAS.- 2.5 Relationships between FMAS, MAS, and FAS.- 2.6 Variation of XMg along FMAS univariant boundaries.- 2.7 Chemical potential diagrams: P-FeO.- 2.8 Fe2O3-FeO diagrams.- 2.9 Curved reaction boundaries and P-T-XFe-Mg-Al relations in FMAS.- 2.10 Effects of % MathType!MTEF!2!1!+-% feaagCart1ev2aaatCvAUfeBSjuyZL2yd9gzLbvyNv2CaerbuLwBLn% hiov2DGi1BTfMBaeXatLxBI9gBaerbd9wDYLwzYbItLDharqqtubsr% 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Composition of H2O-undersaturated melts in the system Qz-Ab-Or-H2O-CO2.- 4.4 Amounts of the An component in partial granitic melts.- 4.5 Amounts of mafic components (Fe, Mg, Al) dissolved in granitic melts.- 4.6 Liquidus temperatures and minimum water contents of H2O-undersaturated haplogranitic melts.- 4.7 Amount of partial melts generated in fluid-absent conditions at given P, T, and water conten.- 4.8 Summary and conclusions.- References.- 5 Garnet porphyroblast-bearing leucosomes in metapelites: mechanisms, phase diagrams, and an example from Broken Hill, Australia.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 Round Hill metapelites.- 5.3 Processes.- 5.4 Phase diagram considerations.- 5.5 Conclusions.- Acknowledgements.- References.- 6 Isotopic modification of the continental crust: implications for the use of isotope tracers in granite petrogenesis.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Geochemical evolution of silicic magmas.- 6.3 Anomalously low 87Sr/86Sr ratios in some crustally derived granitoids.- 6.4 Discussion and conclusions.- Acknowledgement.- References.- 7 Fluids and melting in the Archaean deep crust of southern India (Hallimond Lecture of the Mineralogical Society).- 7.1 Introduction.- 7.2 Melting relations of a model crust.- 7.3 Interpretation of Closepet-charnockite relations.- 7.4 Possible applications to other terrains.- Acknowledgements.- References.- 8 Fluid-rock interaction in the north-west Adirondack Mountains, New York State.- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 Early fluid-related events.- 8.3 Late fluid incursions.- 8.4 Discussion.- Acknowledgements.- References.- 9 Progressive reactions and melting in the Acadian metamorphic high of central Massachusetts and southwestern New Hampshire, USA.- 9.1 Introduction.- 9.2 P-T-t paths and metamorphic field gradients.- 9.3 Background and setting.- 9.4 The metamorphic zones of central Massachusetts.- 9.5 Crossing isograds and isotherms.- 9.6 Temperature versus TiO2 content of minerals.- 9.7 Prograde assemblages.- 9.8 Melting.- 9.9 Summary.- Acknowledgements.- References.- 10 Granulite facies metamorphism of metabasic and intermediate rocks in the Highland Series of Sri Lanka.- 10.1 Introduction: why Sri Lanka'.- 10.2 Previous and recent work.- 10.3 Rock types.- 10.4 Reaction textures.- 10.5 Mineral chemistry.- 10.6 Metamorphic conditions.- 10.7 Ti in amphiboles.- 10.8 P-T-t path.- 10.9 Discussion.- Acknowledgements.- References.- 11 Local, mid-crustal granulite facies metamorphism and melting: an example in the Mount Stafford area, central Australia.- 11.1 Introduction.- 11.2 What causes granulite facies metamorphism'.- 11.3 The Arunta Block.- 11.4 The Mount Stafford area.- 11.5 The structure of the Mount Stafford area.- 11.6 Metamorphic (M1) zones.- 11.7 Partial melting.- 11.8 Post-peak reactions.- 11.9 Chemical compositions of minerals.- 11.10 P-T grids for the mineral assemblages.- 11.11 P-T-t path.- 11.12 Peak-metamorphic temperatures.- 11.13 Peak-metamorphic pressure.- 11.14 Discussion.- 11.15 Conclusions.- Acknowledgements.- References.- 12 Archaean and Proterozoic high-grade terranes of East Antarctica (40-80E): a case study of diversity in granulite facies metamorphism.- 12.1 Introduction and general considerations.- 12.2 The Napier Complex.- 12.3 The Vestfold Hills Block.- 12.4 The Ltzow -- Holm Bay Complex.- 12.5 Proterozoic overprinting in the Napier Complex and Napier relics within the Rayner Complex, Enderby Land.- 12.6 The Rayner Complex in Enderby Land.- 12.7 The Rayner Complex: Kemp Land and MacRobertson Land.- 12.8 The south-east Prydz Bay region.- 12.9 The Rauer Group.- 12.10 Discussion: tectonic models for granulite terranes and the evolution of the East Antarctic Shield.- Acknowledgements.- References.- 13 Prograde metamorphism, anatexis, and retrogression of the Scourian Complex, north-west Scotland.- 13.1 Introduction.- 13.2 Conditions of Badcallian metamorphism.- 13.3 Partial melting during granulite fades metamorphism.- 13.4 Partial melting in metabasic and metasedimentary lithologies.- 13.5 Partial melting in the tonalitic gneisses.- 13.6 Major and trace element constraints on melting.- 13.7 Causes of the Badcallian metamorphism.- 13.8 Causes of Inverian retrogression.- 13.9 Discussion and conclusions.- Acknowledgements.- References.
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