Reading List - Option 3 (2016)
Reading list for Tim Holland
- A Philpotts and J Ague. ‘Principles of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology’.
- R Vernon and G Clarke. ‘Principles of Metamorphic Petrology’.
Schreinemakers/projections (1 & 2)
- Nordstrom & Munoz. 1985. ‘Geochemical thermodynamics’. Chapter 4. (good intro)
- Yardley, B. 1989. ‘An introduction to metamorphic petrology’. Appendix. (basic intro)
- Spear 1993. ‘Metamorphic phase equilibria and pressure-temperature-time paths’. Chapters 5,8.
- Philpotts and Ague. ‘Principles of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology’. Chapter 8.
Pelites (1 & 2)
- Yardley, B. 1989. ‘An introduction to metamorphic petrology’. Chapter 3.
- Droop 1981. . Schweiz Min und Pet Mitt 61, 237–273. Austria
- Philpotts and Ague. ‘Principles of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology’. Chapter 19.
- Weller et al 2013. Quantifying Barrovian metamorphism in the Danba Structural Culmination of eastern Tibet. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 31, 909–935
- White et al. 2014. New mineral activity–composition relations for thermodynamic calculations in metapelitic systems. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 32, 261–286
- White et al. 2014. The effect of Mn on mineral stability in metapelites revisited: new a–x relations for manganese-bearing minerals. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 32, 809–828
Mixed volatile equilibria (3)
- Spear 1993. ‘Metamorphic phase equilibria and pressure-temperature-time paths’. Chapter 12.
- Powell 1979. ‘Equilibrium thermodynamics in petrology’. Chapter 8.
- Yardley, B. 1989. ‘An introduction to metamorphic petrology’. Chapter 5.
- Baker J and Matthews A (1994) Textural and isotopic development of marble assemblages during the Barrovian-style M2 metamorphic event, Naxos, Greece. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 116, 130-144.
- Rice J.M. 1977 Progressive metamorphism of impure dolomitic limestone in the Marysville Aureole, Montana. American Journal of Science, 277, 1-24. (natural example of contact metamorphosed siliceous dolomites)
- Greenwood, H.J. 1975 Buffering of pore fluids by metamorphic reactions. American Journal of Science, 275, 573-594. (simple no-infilltration calculations. note that these do not allow for fixed porosity)
- Philpotts and Ague. ‘Principles of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology’. Chapter 20.
Granulite facies (4 & 5)
- Harley 1989. The origin of granulites. Geol Mag 126, 215–331.
- Waters and Whales. 1984. Dehydration melting and the granulite transition in metapelites from southern Namaqualand, S. Africa. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 88, 269–75.
- Waters D.J. 1988. Partial melting and the formation of granulite facies assemblages in C3 Petrology TJBH 3 Namaqualand, South Africa. Journal of Metamorphic Geology 6 387–404.
- Hansen, E C, Newton R C and Janardhan A S 1984. Fluid inclusions in rocks from the amphibolite-facies gneiss to charnockite progression in southern Karnataka, India : direct evidence concerning the fluids of granulite facies metamorphism. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 2, 249–264.
- Bohlen, S.R. (1991): On the formation of granulites. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 9, 223–229.
- Lamb, W.M., Valley, J.W. (1984): Metamorphism of reduced granulites in low-CO2 vapor-free environment. Nature, 312, 56–58.
- Waters, D.J. (1991) Hercynite-quartz granulites: phase relations, and implications for crustal processes. European Journal of Mineralogy, 3, 367–386.
- Newton, R.C., Smith, J.V., Windley, B.F. (1980): Carbonic metamorphism, granulites and crustal growth. Nature, 288, 45–50.
- Jennings & Holland (2015, JPet 56, 869): A Simple Thermodynamic Model for Melting of Peridotite in the System NCFMASOCr
- White et al (2007), Journal of Metamorphic Geology 25, 511: Progress relating to calculation of partial melting equilibria for metapelites
- Phillips, 1981 Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 75, 377: Water activity changes across an amphibolite-granulite facies transition, Broken Hill, Australia
- Forbes et al. (2008), Precambrian Research 166, 338: Reinterpretation of the tectonic context of high-temperature metamorphism in the Broken Hill Block, NSW, and implications on the Palaeo- to Meso-Proterozoic evolution
Also a useful guide on the web from Dave Waters:
Oxidation/reduction and fluids (6)
- Ferry 1981. Petrology of graphitic sulphide-rich schists from south central Maine. An example of desul?dation during prograde regional metamorphism. Am. Min. 66, 908–931.
- Spear 1993. Metamorphic phase equilibria and pressure-temperature-time paths. Chapter 18.
- Poulson SR & Ohmoto H 1989. Devolatilisation equilibria in graphite-pyrite-pyrrhotite bearing pelites with an application to magma-pelite interaction. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 101, 418–425.
- Frey M, Bucher K, Frank E & Mullis, J. 1980. Alpine metamorphism along the geotraverse Basel–Chiasso - a review. Eclog. Geol. Helvet. 73, 527-546.
Philpotts & Ague. Chapter 11.
- Frost & McCammon 2008. The Redox State of Earth’s Mantle. Ann. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 36:389?420
- Lazarov et al 2009. Thermal state and redox conditions of the Kaapvaal mantle: A study of xenoliths from the Finsch mine, South Africa. Lithos 112, 913