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Petrological evolution of the European lithospheric mantle

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Published by Geological Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mantle,
  • Basalt,
  • Metasomatism (Mineralogy),
  • Inclusions,
  • Geochemistry,
  • Congresses,
  • Igneous rocks,
  • Composition

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by M. Coltorti ... [et al.].
    SeriesGeological Society special publication -- 337
    ContributionsGeological Society of London, European Mantle Workshop (2007 : Ferrara, Italy)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE509.4 .P48 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination246 p. :
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25044960M
    ISBN 101862393044
    ISBN 109781862393042
    LC Control Number2010484136
    OCLC/WorldCa660510164

    Petrology 46 — These minor shortcomings, however, do not influence the overall excellent quality of the book. These intrusive rocks mostly consist of Mg gabbros olivine and pyroxenes gabbros and Fe —Ti gabbros Fe—Ti oxide gabbros. It was thus interpolated using a modified 3D version of Shepard's method Renka, and regridded to a km cell size.

    Pyroxenes are 13 dominant on olivine and Opx is very abundant. Vervoort J. Lherzolites are the most abundant lithotypes; wehrlites, websterites and dunites are very subordinate Bianchini et al. Carnegie Inst.

    Gudfinnsson G. Geolines 9 5— The reactive spinel peridotites are recognizable in the outcrop by their coarse-granular structure, the rather low pyroxene Cpx modal content and, accordingly, the rather high olivine content Fig. Haggerty, S. Le Roex A. Phanerozoic subcontinental mantle[ edit ] The mechanism of arc subduction is well understood to be the location where new continental crust is formed and is presumably also the site of subcontinental mantle genesis.


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Petrological evolution of the European lithospheric mantle by M. Coltorti Download PDF Ebook

In this area, a complex history of lithospheric evolution can be traced from Archean to Cenozoic times, also including post-orogenic and intra-plate events of lithosphere reactivation and rejuvenation. In some places new magmatic pyroxenes crystallize together with plagioclase at olivine triple junctions and along olivine grain boundaries; locally, these films merge to form mmto cm-wide gabbroic veins showing fuzzy contacts with the surrounding dunite Fig.

Field relationships In the field, the mutual relationships between the different ultramafic rock types are clearly visible. Lithos 59 1— Variations in velocity are calculated relative to a starting model using a 1D reference structure for the mantle discussed by Grand and the 2D Crust 5.

Special Lherzolites Issue, Petrological evolution of the European lithospheric mantle book. The architecture and composition Petrological evolution of the European lithospheric mantle book the lithospheric mantle beneath the Tuareg Shield is poorly constrained, and its evolution along with the geodynamic events recorded by the crustal units is largely unknown.

Geochemical and isotopic similarities of these rocks occurring from the Upper Cretaceous to Pleistocene suggest that they had similar mantle sources and similar processes of magma development by partial melting of a heterogeneous carbonatized mantle source.

A review. Pearson, D. Mechanisms and sources of mantle metasomatism: major and trace element compositions of peridotite xenoliths from Spitsbergen in the context of numerical modelling. Although many of the books result from meetings, the editors are expected to commission papers that were not presented at the meeting to ensure that the book provides a balanced coverage of the subject.

J Aspen, P. Continental lithosphere may also be thinned and weakened as the result of thermochemical erosion or convective removal by upwelling asthenosphere.

Hofmann A. Major Features—Depth Slices Figures 5—8 present horizontal slices through the tomographic model. Several volcanic districts are distinguished in the Hoggar Fig. Clermont 74, 55— Google Scholar 8. Doi: Download preview PDF. In this outcrop the ultramafic layers are dominant, whereas plagioclase is concentrated along cm-size layers.

Petrology 91 — No reproduction, copy or transmission of this publication may be made without written permission. The plagioclase films and gabbro— noritic veins and dykelets represent the incipient interstitial crystallization of the melts migrating within the dunite channels.

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Start studying Geology chapter 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The primary difference between lithospheric and asthenospheric mantle that gives rise to numerous divergent patterns of physical behavior, is _____.

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Geology Chapter 4 35 Terms. rosemarie_reyes6. Geology Chapter 5 40 Terms. THE EVOLUTION AND ExTENT OF ARCHEAN CONTINENTAL LITHOSPHERE: IMPLICATIONS FOR TECTONIC MODELS W.L.

Griffin1, S.Y. O’Reilly1, J.C. Afonso1 & G.C. Begg1,2 1GEMOC, Macquarie University, NSWAustralia 2Minerals Targeting International, West Perth, WAAustralia The composition of the subcontinental lithospheric.· European Mantle Workshop, Petrological Evolution of pdf European Lithospheric Mantle: from Archean to Present Day, August, Ferrara Ph.D.

Petrological Evolution of the European Lithospheric Mantle

Thesis, Department of Petrology and Geochemistry, Eötvös University, Budapest (Hungary), pp. Coupled evolution of Archean continental crust and subcontinental lithospheric mantle Hugh Rollinson* School of Science, University of Derby, Derby DE22 1GB, UK ABSTRACT The observations that Archean continental crust and the subcontinental lithospheric man-tle (SCLM) have different compositions from their Phanerozoic counterparts, that komatiite.Ebook xenoliths from Szentbékálla, Balaton: Geochemical and petrological constraints on the evolution of the lithospheric mantle underneath Pannonian Basin, Hungary J.

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UlrychGeochemical and petrological constraints on mantle composition of the Ohře Europe: Puzzle pieces of Pannonian Basin to Trans-European Suture Zone resolved by Cited by: 3.