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Series: Special Publications of The Canadian Mineralogist Volume: 9. By: Edward W Sawyer(Author), David .
Series: Special Publications of The Canadian Mineralogist Volume: 9. By: Edward W Sawyer(Author), David RM Pattison(Preface By). 371 pages, 273 colour photos. In his Atlas of Migmatites, Dr. Edward Sawyer provides genetically based definitions and a system of nomenclature with which it will be possible to describe and map migmatites effectively and to understand how combinations of factors and processes produce a bewildering morphological diversity.
Items related to Atlas of Migmatites: The Canadian Mineralogist Special. Migmatites are highly heterogeneous rocks found in high-grade metamorphic environments; they are commonly encountered in the continental crust. Sawyer Atlas of Migmatites: The Canadian Mineralogist Special. Atlas of Migmatites: The Canadian Mineralogist Special Publication 9 (Special Publications of the Canadian Mineralogist). Until now, many geologists have been deterred from working with migmatites because of their complex appearance and an unhelpful non-genetic nomenclature.
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Atlas of Migmatites : The Canadian Mineralogist Special Publication 9. Hardback. Migmatites are produced by partial melting; to aid the reader in the identification of migmatites, the author describes and illustrates microstructures that can be used to infer the presence of melt or a melt-producing reaction.
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Book · January 2008 with 281 Reads. The nomenclature of the migmatites used in the present study is in agreement with what was 196 proposed by Sawyer (2008) and Sawyer and Brown (2008). How we measure 'reads'. Publisher: NRC Press, The Canadian Mineralogist Special Vol 9. Cite this publication. The molar composition analysis of the 197 plagioclase grains was performed in the laboratory of the Blaise Pascal University, in Clermont 198 Ferrand (France), using a Cameca SX 100 Microprobe in operation conditions of 15 kv, 15 nA, with 199 the diameter of the incident beam varying between 5 and 10 ?m. 200.
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Migmatite textures are the product of thermal softening of the metamorphic rocks. Schlieren textures are a particularly common example of granite formation in migmatites, and are often seen in restite xenoliths and around the margins of S-type granites. Ptygmatic folds are formed by highly plastic ductile deformation of the gneissic banding, and thus have little or no relationship to a defined foliation, unlike most regular folds. ISBN 978-0-660-19787-6.
The Canadian Mineralogist Special Publication 9. Mineralogical Association of Canada. Die kristallinen Schiefer. The Canadian Mineralogist Special Publication. a b Mehnert, Karl Richard (1971). Migmatites and the origin of granitic rocks, Developments in Petrology. Holmquist, p (1920). Om och ptygmatisk veckning".
The Mineralogical Association of Canada (MAC) was formed in 1955 as a non-profit scientific organization to promote and advance the knowledge of mineralogy and the allied disciplines of crystallography, petrology, geochemistry and mineral deposits. The Canadian Mineralogist, Special Publication 9, 2008. 00 (to members of MAC/AMC), hardbound, ISBN 978-0-660-19787-6. The Canadian Mineralogist(2008),46(5):1373.