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Dispatched from the UK in petroology business days When will my order arrive? Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. An Introduction to Metamorphic Petrology. Description An introduction to the subject of metamorphic rocks to students with a general geology background.


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An introduction to metamorphic petrology

Table of contents 1. The concepts of metamorphism.

Chemical equilibrium in metamorphism. Metamorphism of pelitic rocks. Metamorphisms of basic igneous rocks.

An Introduction to Metamorphic Petrology by Bruce W. Yardley

Metamorphism of marbles and calc-silicate rocks. Metamorphic textures and processes.

The relationships between regional metamorphism and tectonic processes. Review quote ‘at long last here is a textbook on metamorphic petrology that one can wholeheartedly recommend to undergraduate students.

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