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Granites

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Zusatztext The book has much to commend it, but is particularly useful in drawing attention to some of the modern techniques used in the study of granites. Informationen zum Autor Anne Nédélec and Jean-Luc Bouchez are Professors in Earth Sciences at the University of Toulouse. Both are based at the Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (Géosciences Environnement Toulouse). Anne is a petrologist, specialist of Precambrian Geology. Jean-Luc, a specialist in rock deformation, participated in the development of structural studies in magmatic rocks. Both have a broad experience in laboratory and field studies in Africa, Madagascar,Brazil, Iran, and France, among others.; Peter Bowden has been Professeur Invité in the Département de Géologie at Université de Saint Etienne since 1998. He was Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of African Earth Sciences from 1993 to 2001, and Senior Lecturer and co-ordinator for the BSc Geochemistry degree at the University ofSt Andrews, Scotland, from 1987 to 1998. He is a specialist in African Geology and an expert on A-type granites. Klappentext A modern presentation of granitic rocks, translated into English and updated from the original French edition. Mineralogical, petrological, structural, and economical aspects are developed in a succession of 14 chapters containing special 'info boxes' discussing topics for those wishing to deepen the subject. Zusammenfassung Granites are emblematic rocks developed from a magma that crystallized in the Earth's crust. They ultimately outcrop at the surface of every continent. This book - translated, edited, and updated from the original French edition Pétrologie des Granites published by Vuibert in 2011 - gives a modern presentation of granitic rocks, or granites, from magma genesis to their emplacement into the crust and their crystallization. Mineralogical, petrological, physical, and economical aspects are developed in a succession of 14 chapters. Special 'info boxes' discuss topics for those wishing to deepen their knowledge of the subject. Alsoincluded is a glossary, a comprehensive bibliography, as well as descriptions of modern techniques. Granites are considered in their geological spatial and temporal frame, in relation with Plate Tectonics and Earth History, and assisted by a large number of high quality illustrations. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 What is a granite?; 2 Origin of granitic magmas; 3 Segregation of granitic melt; 4 Genesis of hybrid granitoids: mingling and mixing; 5 Transport of granitic magma; 6 Emplacement and shape of granite plutons; 7 Thermomechanical aspects in the country rocks around granite plutons; 8 Crystallization of granitics magmas; 9 Microstructures and fabrics of granites; 10 Magnetic fabrics in granites; 11 Zoning in granite plutons; 12 Granites and plate tectonics; 13 Precambrian granitic rocks; 14 Granite metallogeny ...

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Anne Nédélec and Jean-Luc Bouchez are Professors in Earth Sciences at the University of Toulouse. Both are based at the Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées (Géosciences Environnement Toulouse). Anne is a petrologist, specialist of Precambrian Geology. Jean-Luc, a specialist in rock deformation, participated in the development of structural studies in magmatic rocks. Both have a broad experience in laboratory and field studies in Africa, Madagascar, Brazil, Iran, and France, among others.; Peter Bowden has been Professeur Invité in the Département de Géologie at Université de Saint Etienne since 1998. He was Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of African Earth Sciences from 1993 to 2001, and Senior Lecturer and co-ordinator for the BSc Geochemistry degree at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, from 1987 to 1998. He is a specialist in African Geology and an expert on A-type granites.

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A modern presentation of granitic rocks, translated into English and updated from the original French edition. Mineralogical, petrological, structural, and economical aspects are developed in a succession of 14 chapters containing special 'info boxes' discussing topics for those wishing to deepen the subject.



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Granites are emblematic rocks developed from a magma that crystallized in the Earth's crust. They ultimately outcrop at the surface of every continent. This book - translated, edited, and updated from the original French edition Pétrologie des Granites published by Vuibert in 2011 - gives a modern presentation of granitic rocks, or granites, from magma genesis to their emplacement into the crust and their crystallization. Mineralogical, petrological, physical, and economical aspects are developed in a succession of 14 chapters. Special 'info boxes' discuss topics for those wishing to deepen their knowledge of the subject. Also included is a glossary, a comprehensive bibliography, as well as descriptions of modern techniques. Granites are considered in their geological spatial and temporal frame, in relation with Plate Tectonics and Earth History, and assisted by a large number of high quality illustrations.

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1 What is a granite?; 2 Origin of granitic magmas; 3 Segregation of granitic melt; 4 Genesis of hybrid granitoids: mingling and mixing; 5 Transport of granitic magma; 6 Emplacement and shape of granite plutons; 7 Thermomechanical aspects in the country rocks around granite plutons; 8 Crystallization of granitics magmas; 9 Microstructures and fabrics of granites; 10 Magnetic fabrics in granites; 11 Zoning in granite plutons; 12 Granites and plate tectonics; 13 Precambrian granitic rocks; 14 Granite metallogeny

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Granites
Sous-titre: Petrology, Structure, Geological Setting, and Metallogeny
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Code EAN: 9780198705611
ISBN: 978-0-19-870561-1
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Oxford University Press
Genre: Sciences de la terre
nombre de pages: 352
Poids: 856g
Taille: H256mm x B178mm x T22mm
Année: 2015

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