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Metamorphic reactions and metamorphic facies

W. S. Fyfe

Metamorphic reactions and metamorphic facies

by W. S. Fyfe

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, MI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rocks, Metamorphic.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W.S. Fyfe, F.J. Turner and J. Verhoogen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE"608"F9"1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 259 p. :
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20728934M

    Metamorphic Petrology 2 - Metamorphic Facies Heat Flow and Heat Production in Crust: PDF: Metamorphic Petrology 3 - Metamorphism of Pelitic Rocks Minerals and Isograds: Metamorphic Petrology 4 - Pelites - The AKFM System Continuous and Discontinuous Reactions: PDF: Metamorphic Petrology 5 - Metamorphism of Mafic Rocks.   A metamorphic facies is a set of metamorphic mineral assemblages that were formed under similar pressures and temperatures. The assemblage is .

    Using combinations of reactions that have likely taken place during metamorphism, petrologists have been able over the years to determine the pressure and temperature of metamorphism in a variety of rocks, and in so doing have been able to place constraints on the fields of temperature and pressure for the various metamorphic facies. This new edition of “Petrogenesis of Metamorphic Rocks” has several completely revised chapters and all chapters have updated references and redrawn figures. All chapters of Part II of the book have been rewritten. Also, the chapters “Introduc-tion” and “Grade” have undergone several major changes. The references made toFile Size: 6MB.

    I Basis of Metamorphic Petrology.- 1 Introduction.- Concept of metamorphism.- Geologic classification of metamorphism.- Compositional groups of metamorphic rocks.- Nomenclature of metamorphic rock types.- Distribution of metamorphic rocks.- 2 Basic Characteristics of Metamorphic Reactions.- Aim of this chapter and units of measurement.- Solid-solid reactions. Although it has long been recognized that what ultimately drives metamorphism and metamorphic reactions is heat, what was less certain is the distribution of heat within the crust, the type and.


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Metamorphic facies, defined by mineralogical and field criteria, can still be interpreted in terms of a few intensive physical variables. The role of water and heat in metamorphism is considered in Chapter VI (Fyfe and Verhoogen). Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.

Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. Buy eBook - $ Get this book in print. GSA Store Metamorphic Reactions and Metamorphic Facies W. Fyfe Snippet view - Turner () attempted to summarize the mineral paragenesis of metamorphic rocks in terms of Eskola’s facies concept.

Since that date a considerable mass of experimental data bearing on metamorphic reactions and stability ranges of some of the simpler metamorphic minerals has appeared in various journals.

Abstract --Concept of metamorphic facies / F.J. Turner --General thermodynamic considerations / W.S. Fyfe and J. Verhoogen --Kinetics of metamorphic reactions / W.S. Fyfe and J. Verhoogen --Equilibrium in systems containing water / W.S.

Fyfe and J. Verhoogen --Correlation of metamorphic facies with experimental data / W.S. Fyfe and F.J. Turner. Metamorphic Reactions and metamorphic facies. [W S Tyfe] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Ms-Kfs-Bt sub-triangles to more Al- rich compositions via continuous reactions in the biotite zone of the greenschist facies above the biotite isograd. Winter () An Introduction to Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology.

Prentice Hall. Chapter MetapelitesFile Size: 5MB. Metamorphic Facies • 3) Facies of low pressure • Albite-epidote hornfels, hornblende hornfels, and pyroxene hornfels facies: contact metamorphic terranes and regional terranes with very high geothermal gradient.

• Sanidinite faciesis rare- limited to xenoliths in basic magmas and the innermost portions of some contact aureoles adjacent to. A metamorphic facies is a group of rocks which for identical bulk composition exhibits an identical mineral composition, but whose mineral composition for varying bulk composition varies according to definite laws.

Rocks that belong to the same metamorphic facies and reached equilibrium under the same set of physical conditions are referred to as being isofacial. Metamorphic Reactions, Isograds, and Reaction Mechanisms.

Types of Metamorphic Reactions. Chemical reactions that take place during metamorphism produce mineral assemblages stable under the new conditions of temperature and pressure.

Thus, in order to understand the mineral assemblages and what they mean in terms of the pressure and temperature of metamorphism, we must first explore the various types of metamorphic reactions. Buy METAMORPHIC REACTIONS AND METAMORPHIC FACIES. by Fyfe, W.S. et al. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). 14 - Metamorphic Facies and the Metamorphism of Mafic Rocks B. Ronald Frost, University of Wyoming, Carol D.

Frost, University of Wyoming Publisher: Cambridge University Press. This note covers the following topics: Igneous Classification, Igneous Textures, Field Relationships, Thermodynamics, Phase Rule and Binary systems, Binary and Greater Systems, Trace Element and Isotopes, Magma Diversification, Layered Mafic Intrusions, Continental Flood Basalts, Granitoid Rocks, Metamorphic Facies and Mafic Rocks, Thermodynamics and Geothermobarometry, Metamorphic.

This is the second book of a four volumes series on metamorphic facies The present volume deals with the facies of contact metamorphism, The estimates of metamorphic reaction rates are few.

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Fyfe, W. S., F. Turner, and J. Verhoogen,Metamorphic reactions and metamorphic facies, Mem. Geol. Soc. Google Scholar. John D. Winter did his undergraduate work in geology at the University of Illinois at Urbana, and earned his M.S.

and Ph.D. at the University of Washington in Professor of Geology at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, his principal fields of interest are in metamorphic petrology, mineralogy and crystallography, and by: This comprehensive and up-to-date text offers a new conceptual framework for metamorphic petrology.

Over the last twenty years, the field has undergone revolutionary changes, due in large part to the progress seen in thermodynamic investigations of metamorphic reactions and to intensive field studies based on petrological, tectonic, geological, thermobarometric, geochronological, and 5/5(1).

The fourth volume in this series consists of eleven chapters. The first five deal with more theoretical aspects of the kinetics and mechanisms of meta­ morphic reactions, and the next six consider the interdependence of defor­ mation and metamorphism.

All papers deal with natural processes thatBrand: Springer-Verlag New York. / MINERALIZATION IN METAMORPHIC TERRANES, Papers presented at Geokong the Sixteenth Congress of the Geological Society of South Africa held at the University of Stellenbosch, 30 June - 4 July, [Geological Society of South Africa Special Publication, No 4], Pretoria, cl, pages, numerous illustrations and plates, - 3.

Metamorphic rock - Metamorphic rock - Metamorphic facies: Metamorphic petrologists studying contact metamorphism early in the 20th century introduced the idea of metamorphic facies (part of a rock or group of rocks that differs from the whole formation) to correlate metamorphic events.

The concept was first defined in by a Finnish petrologist, Pentti Eelis Eskola, as any rock of a. The term facies is an objective description of a rock. In metamorphic rocks, facies are groups of minerals called mineral assemblages.

The names of metamorphic facies on the pressure-temperature diagram reflect minerals and mineral assemblages that .The metamorphic facies diagram shown in Figure 1 differs in some details from that proposed by Eskola, who named his metamorphic facies after metamorphosed mafic rocks.

Nowadays, differences in facies classification exist mainly in the transition from greenschist facies to amphibolite facies at higher pressure; some authors prefer, and others do not, to introduce an epidote–amphibolite.The zeolite facies is the metamorphic facies with the lowest metamorphic grade.

At lower temperature and pressure processes in the rock are called diagenesis. The facies is named for zeolites, strongly hydrated tectosilicates.