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Synopsis: Granite magmatism represents a major contribution to crustal growth and recycling and, consequently, is one of the most important mechanisms to have contributed to the geochemical differentiation of the Earth’s crust since Archaean time.The modern view of the granite problems requires the application of many different theoretical, experimental and empirical resources provided by geophysics, geochemistry, experimental petrology, structural geology, scale modelling and field geology. Because of the complexity of the granite problem, it is necessary to integrate a variety of techniques and corroborate the finding with field observations. This is the philosophy of this book.Many chapters are review papers dealing with the development and achievements of a particular technique, whilst other chapters deal with the application of a number of techniques to a specific problem. This volume brings together papers that would otherwise be dispersed in different publications.
Readership: Igneous petrologists, geophysicists, structural geologists and geochemists.
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Book Description Geological Society., 1999. Book Condition: Very Good. First. Hard Cover. Book- VG, integral colour boards. 10x6.5. 278pp. Profuse b/w photos & illus. Ex-libris - University of Oxford. Granite magmatism represents a major contribution to crustal growth and recycling and, consequently, is one of the most important mechanisms to have contributed to the geochemical differentiation of the Earth's crust since Archaean time. This discusses the developments and achievements of many different techniques of understanding granites. Bookseller Inventory # 1668511
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