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GEOCHEMICAL EVIDENCE FOR EXHUMATION OF ECLOGITE VIA SERPENTINITE CHANNELS IN OCEAN-CONTINENT SUBDUCTION ZONES (2009)
Horodyskyj U. , Lee C-T. A. et al.
Retrograde eclogites (ranging from unaltered eclogite to retrograde blueschist and greenschist mantling the eclogite boulders) from Ring Mountain on the Tiburon Peninsula, near San Francisco, California, were examined for whole-rock major and trace ...
Filed under: Geology - Petrology - MinerologyReference: Geosphere; October 2009; v. 5; no. 5; p. 426-438
PRESSURES AND TEMPERATURES OF ULTRAHIGH - PRESSURE METAMORPHISM: IMPLICATIONS FOR UHP TECTONICS AND H2O IN SUBDUCTING SLABS (2006)
This paper is about the depths and temperatures to which continental crust can be subducted and exhumed.
Filed under: Geology - General GeologyReference: International Geology Review, Vol 48,,2006, p.1053-1066
DISCRETE ULTRAHIGH-PRESSURE DOMAINS IN THE WESTERN GNEISS REGION, NORWAY: IMPLICATIONS FOR FORMATION AND EXHUMATION (2005)
Root D. B. , Hacker B. R. et al.
This study addresses two important issues regarding the formation and exhumation of the UHP rocks in the WGR: (i) the size, shape, and structure of the UHP terrane and (ii) the structural and petrological relationship between the UHP rocks and overlying allochthonous ...
Filed under: Geology - Petrology - MinerologyReference: J. metamorphic Geol., 2005, 23, 45-61
Hacker B. R. , Andersen T. B. et al.
This paper is about the Solund-Hyllestad-Lavik area that affords an excellent opportunity to understand the ultrahigh-pressure Scandian orogeny because it contains a near-complete record of ophiolite emplacement, high-pressure metamorphism and large-scale ...
Filed under: Geology - Structural geologyReference: J. metamorphic Geol., 2003, 21, 613-629
The understanding of the subduction-related processes beneﬁted by the studies of the high-pressure (HP) metamorphic rocks from the western Alps. The most stimulating information was obtained from the inner part of the western Alpine belt, where most tectonic ...
Filed under: Geology - General GeologyReference: 32nd International Geological Congress, Episodes Vol.26 No.3