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The origin of anorthosites is a major unsolved petrogenetic problem in igneous petrology. For most of the numerous types of anorthosite that occur on Earth (and on other planets as well), we cannot agree as to their parental magma composi- tions, the sources and methods of generation of these mag- mas, the mechanism of plagioclase accumulation, or their tectonic setting. This book represents the only comprehensi- ve review of what is known and unknown about all anorthosite types, both terrestrial and extraterrestrial. Descriptive, interpretative, and speculative information is given for all types of anorthosite, including therecently discovered an- orthositic meteorites from the Moon. The book is generously illustrated, with photographs and diagrams at all scales fromphotomicrographs to satellite imagery. There are ex- haustive tabulations ofterrestrial anorthosite occurrences, giving their important attributes. A final chapter contains a synthesis of current knowledge and thinking on anorthosi- tes in general, some speculations on their significance in Earth and planetary history, and suggestions for future re- search. This book will be an essential source not only for those active in anorthosite studies, but also for resear- chers and students interested in the broader aspects of Earth and planetary history.
|Statement||by Lewis D. Ashwal|
|Series||Minerals and Rocks -- 21, Minerals and rocks -- 21.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xix, 422 pages 108 illustrations).|
|Number of Pages||422|
|ISBN 10||3642774423, 3642774407|
|ISBN 10||9783642774423, 9783642774409|
The idea for a book on anorthosites came to me in January of while returning to Houston after holiday festivities in Dallas. The original idea was a review paper on anorthosites, but by the time I reached Houston, the subject material I contemplated induding was obviously too extensive for a single paper.
The idea for a book on anorthosites came to me in January of while returning to Houston after holiday festivities in Dallas. The original idea was a review paper on anorthosites, but by the time I reached Houston, the subject material I contemplated induding was obviously Anorthosites book extensive for a single : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
This book represents comprehensive review of what is known and unknown about all anorthosite types, both terrestrial and extraterrestrial. Descriptive, interpretative, and speculative information is given for all tyhpes of anorthosite, including the. Archean Megacrystic Anorthosites --Ch.
Proterozoic Massif-Type Anorthosites --Ch. Anorthosites in Layered Mafic Intrusions --Ch. Anorthosites of Oceanic Settings --Ch. Anorthosite Inclusions in Other Igneous Rocks --Ch. Extraterrestrial Anorthosites --Ch. Synthesis and Summary. Series Title: Minerals and rocks, Responsibility.
The idea for a book on anorthosites came to me in January of while returning to Houston after holiday festivities in Dallas. The original idea was a review paper on anorthosites, but by the time I reached Houston, the subject material I contemplated induding was obviously too extensive for a single : Paperback.
The origin of anorthosites is a major unsolved petrogenetic problem in igneous petrology. For most of the numerous types of anorthosite that occur on Earth (and on other planets as well), we cannot agree as to their parental magma composi- tions, the sources and methods of generation of these mag- mas, the mechanism of plagioclase accumulation, or their tectonic setting.
Stuart Ross Taylor, in Encyclopedia of the Solar System (Second Edition), Ferroan Anorthosite. Ferroan anorthosite is the single most common pristine highland rock type, making up probably 80% of the highland crust. The pristine clasts in lunar meteorites are mostly ferroan anorthosites.
The major component (95%) is highly calcium-rich plagioclase, typically An. Anorthosites book (Minerals, Rocks and Mountains Book 21) - Kindle edition by Ashwal, Lewis D. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Anorthosites (Minerals, Rocks and Mountains Book 21).Author: Lewis D. Ashwal. The anorthosites are layered at various scales, as described in detail by Scoates () and Scoates et al.
These authors argue convincingly that the layering is primary and developed on the sloping floor of the magma chamber.-The emplacement of massif anorthosites was largely restricted to the period from to by: The idea for a book on anorthosites came to me in January of while returning to Houston after holiday festivities in Dallas.
The original idea was a review paper on anorthosites, but by the time I reached Houston, the subject material I contemplated induding was obviously too extensive for a single paper.
anorthosites are Anorthosites book important components of many Precambrian terranes, of layered intrusions, and extraterrestrial bodies, this book will be useful.
Part of the Minerals and Rocks book series (MINERALS, volume 21) Abstract Interestingly, the early studies of Archean anorthosite were made on occurrences at some of the highest metamorphic grades, for example in Madagascar, India, South Africa, and West Greenland (e.g., Lacroix ; Sohnge ).Author: Lewis D.
Ashwal. The described anorthosites are confined to the Greenland equivalent of the Kenoran structural province between 61°N and 65°N lat. in southern West Greenland. They occur in gneisses as stratigraphic units up to 2 km wide and can be traced for about km in West Greenland.
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Details *. Cambridge Core - Mineralogy, Petrology and Volcanology - Large Igneous Provinces - by Richard E. ErnstCited by: The formation of lunar anorthosites is discussed, and gabbro-anorthosite inclusions in island-arc volcanics are compared with lunar-highland rocks. The physical-chemical aspects of anorthosite formation are investigated, and the early stages of the evolution of the earth and moon are examined on the basis of a comparison of terrestrial and.
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Transvaal and Rooiberg refer to the Transvaal Supergroup, a major sedimentary succession, and the Rooiberg Group, a thick volcanic succession, both Cited by: Anorthite is the calcium-rich endmember of the plagioclase solid solution series, the other endmember being albite, NaAlSi 3 O ite also refers to plagioclase compositions with more than 90 molecular percent of the anorthite endmember.
At 1 atmosphere, anorthite melts at °C. Occurrence. Anorthite is a rare compositional variety of l class: Pinacoidal (1), (same H-M symbol). The data suggest that there is a close genetic connection between the anorthosites and a granulite complex, which implies that the anorthosites have an Archean origin.
The Anabar anorthosites are found to belong to a mangerite-gabbro-anorthosite massif, characteristic for the early stages of crustal evolution. Book Review: Anorthosites. by Lewis D. Ashwal, Minerals and Rocks Series, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, XIX+ pp. Price: DM (Hardcover) ISBN Author: M.S. Smith.
Decompression breakdown of garnet and Tschermakitic pyroxene is common in the anorthosites of the Caledonian Jotun nappes, but is absent in the Bergen anorthosites. This difference suggests there was no rapid vertical movement in the P-T history of Bergen anorthosites, and thus that they are tectonically distinct from the anorthosites of the.
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Spread the book LOVE ♥♥♥ POST anything BOOK related. Common. Moreover, anorthosites consist mostly of coarse-grained minerals, which means that they must have cooled off slowly from the melt, and thus not on the lunar surface. The physical texture of the lunar rocks is of even more interest than the chemical composition because of what the texture reveals about the origin of the lunar surface formations.
Anorthosite is a plutonic igneous rock, primarily consisting of plagioclase feldspars with no more than 10% of mafic components such as ilmenite, olivene, magnetite or pyroxene.
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Rock at Stop 5. For people like me not overly familiar with Anorthositic rocks, they began to all look alike at this point. Sm-Nd isotopic studies of anorthosites can be used to provide information on their ages of crystallization and metamorphism, contamination history, and mantle sources.
Proterozoic anorthosites in the Grenville and Nain Provinces of eastern North America crystallized between about and Ma, and some were metamorphosed at about Ma.
Lunar Sourcebook larger structures—chains, sheets, or three-dimensional networks—to build up the mineral. Within these networks, certain ions normally occupy specific sites that are given special designations such as M1 and M2 (for metals) and O1 and O2 (for oxygen atoms).
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