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Published by Eötvös University Press in Budapest .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metamorphism (Geology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Dennis A. Carswell and Roberto Compagnoni ; in association with Franco Rolfo.
    SeriesEMU notes in mineralogy / European Mineralogical Union -- v. 5, European Mineralogical Union notes in mineralogy -- v. 5.
    ContributionsCarswell, Dennis A., Compagnoli, Roberto., Rolfo, Franco.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE475.A2 U58 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 508 p. :
    Number of Pages508
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22171644M
    ISBN 109634636462
    ISBN 109789634636465

    Ultrahigh-Pressure Metamorphism. Small pieces of continental material subducted to as much as km are eventually regurgitated, leading to ultrahigh P/T metamorphism. These rocks contain extremely unusual crustal minerals, such as coesite, diamond, and majorite. Some of the most famous sites include the Dabie Shan of China, western Norway. Petrotectonic evolution of the high- to ultrahigh-pressure Maksyutov Complex, Karayanova area, south Ural Mountains: structural and oxygen isotope constraints International Workshop on UHP Metamorphism and Exhumation Leech, M. L., Ernst, W. G. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. – Metamorphic rock - Metamorphic rock - Pressure: The pressure experienced by a rock during metamorphism is due primarily to the weight of the overlying rocks (i.e., lithostatic pressure) and is generally reported in units of bars or kilobars. The standard scientific notation for pressure is expressed in pascals or megapascals (1 pascal is equivalent to 10 bars).


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Ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism refers to the metamorphism of crustal rocks (both continental and oceanic) brought to pressures high enough to crystallize the index minerals coesite (a high-pressure polymorph of quartz requiring a minimum P > GPa at T > °C) and/or diamond.

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Abstract Recognition of several ultrahigh‐pressure (UHP) metamorphic terranes in continental collision belts has revolutionized the concept of geodynamic processes. In order to facilitate better communication and focus among active investigators, the Task Group III‐6 of the International Lithosphere Program‘Ultrahigh‐Pressure Metamorphism and Geodynamics in Collision‐type Orogenic.

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The discipline was established ~25 years ago after discoveries of high pressure. Ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic rocks in the Dabie–Sulu orogenic belt: compositional inheritance and metamorphic modification April Geological Society London Special Publications Yi-Can Liu, Xiao-Feng Gu, F. Rolfo, Zhen-Yu Chen, Ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism and multistage exhumation of eclogite of the Luotian dome, North Dabie Complex Zone (central China): Evidence from mineral inclusions and decompression textures, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, /, 42, 4, (), ().

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and Compagnoni, R., Ed. / ULTRAHIGH PRESSURE METAMORPHISM, European Mineralogical Union Notes in Mineralogy. Preservation of ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) minerals formed at depths of 90– km require unusual conditions. Our subduction model involves underflow of a salient ( ± km wide, 90– km long) of continental crust embedded in cold, largely oceanic crust-capped lithosphere; loss of leading portions of the high-density oceanic lithosphere by slab break-off, as increasing volumes of.

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41, No. 12, pp. The Austroalpine nappe stack of the Pohorje Mountains (Mts.) in northeastern Slovenia comprises a suite of eclogite‐facies metamorphic rocks that were partially assigned to Eo‐Alpine ultrahigh‐pressu.

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Maximum PT conditions attained during UHP metamorphism were °C, GPa, which resulted in the formation of coesite-glaucophane-eclogites in the basaltic layer and of .(). Ultrahigh-Pressure Metamorphism in the Western Gneiss Region of the Norwegian Caledonides.

International Geology Review: Vol. 41, No. 11, pp. In geology ultrahigh-temperature metamorphism (UHT) is extreme crustal metamorphism with metamorphic temperatures exceeding °C. Granulite-facies rocks metamorphosed at very high temperatures were identified in the early s, although it took another decade for the geoscience community to recognize UHT metamorphism as a common regional phenomenon.