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The continental crust: its composition and evolution, by Stuart Ross Taylor and S.M. McLennan

The continental crust: its composition and evolution, by Stuart Ross Taylor and S.M. McLennan

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Published by Blackwell Scientific Publications in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Earth - Crust

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMcLennan, S.M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE 511 T246 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination312 p. ill., maps
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21999100M

    Composition, differentiation, and evolution of continental crust: constraints from sedimentary rocks and heat flow Scott M. McLennan, Stuart Ross Taylor and Sidney R. Hemming; 5. The significance of Phanerozoic arc magmatism in generating continental crust Jon P. Davidson and Richard J. Arculus; :// Composition, differentiation, and evolution of continental crust: constraints from sedimentary rocks and heat flow Scott M. McLennan, Stuart Ross Taylor and Sidney R. Hemming; 5. The significance of Phanerozoic arc magmatism in generating continental crust Jon P. Davidson and Richard J. Arculus; 6. Crustal generation in the Archean Hugh

    Bulk continental crust composition from Rudnick and Gao () (RG03). also because melt inclusions from the same suite have sufficient S for the melts to be considered sulfide saturated, S /__-_Composition_of_the_Continental_Crust. Taylor, Stuart Ross. and McLennan, Scott M. The continental crust, its composition and evolution: an examination of the geochemical record preserved in sedimentary rocks / Stuart Ross Taylor, Scott M. McLennan Blackwell Scientific Publications Oxford ; Melbourne Australian/Harvard Citation. Taylor, Stuart ://

    Continental crust above sea level comprises 29% of the Earth's crust, but when submerged continental crust is taken into account, continental crust amounts to 41% of the total crust. Since some 75% of continental crust is covered by either sediments or water, geophysical measurements are a very important source of information about the properties of the continental :// A survey is given of the dimensions and composition of the present continental crust. The abundances of immobile elements in sedimentary rocks are used to establish upper crustal composition. The present upper crustal composition is attributed largely to intracrustal differentiation resulting in the production of granites senso lato. Underplating of the crust by ponded basaltic magmas is


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TAYLOR, S. & MCLENNAN, S. The Continental Crust: Its Composition and Evolution. xvi + pp. Oxford, London, Edinburgh, Boston, Palo Alto, Melbourne: Blackwell Scientific.

Price £ (paper-back). ISBN 0 3. Ross Taylor and Scott McLennan have been pursuing investigations of the distribution of trace elements in the Taylor Stuart Ross, McLennan By Stuart Ross Taylor and S.M.

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The Continental Crust: Its Composition and Evolution: An Examination of the Geochemical Record Preserved in Sedimentary Rocks (1st Edition) by Scott M. Mclennan, Stuart Ross Taylor, Sr Taylor, Sm Mclennan Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN /   The Continental Crust: Its Composition and Evolution An Examination of the Geochemical Record Preserved in Sedimentary Rocks (GT) by Stuart Ross Taylor, S.

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The continental crust, its composition and evolution: an examination of the geochemical record preserved in sedimentary rocks. [Stuart Ross Taylor; Scott M McLennan] -- Graduates in geology, geochemistry and geophysics should find this volume a valuable reference text.

The book begins by describing the known composition of the present upper crust, then deals with The continental crust: its composition and evolution: an examination of the geochemical record preserved in sedimentary rocks Stuart Ross Taylor, Scott M. McLennan (Geoscience texts) Blackwell Scientific Pub.,   The continental crust: its composition and evolution: an examination of the geochemical record preserved in sedimentary rocks / Stuart Ross Taylor, Scott M.

McLennan 資料種別: 図書 出版情報: Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Pub., 形態: xv, p. ; 24 cm   Stuart Ross Taylor and Scott M. McLennan Frontmatter Professors Taylor and McLennan are also the authors of The Continental Crust: Its Composition and Evolution ().

- Planetary Crusts: Their Composition, Origin and Evolution Stuart Ross Taylor and Scott M. McLennan Frontmatter More information. PLANETARY CRUSTS   Abstract To constrain the processes of mantle–crust interactions during magma generation and reconstruct the tectonic evolution of the Paleo-Asian Ocean, we present an integrated study involving detailed geological field work, petrological observations, zircon U–Pb–Hf isotope analyses, whole-rock geochemistry, and mineral chemistry for The continental crust covers nearly a third of the Earth's surface.

It is buoyant--being less dense than the crust under the surrounding oceans--and is compositionally evolved, dominating the The book begins by describing the known composition of the present upper crust, then deals with possible compositions for the total crusts and the inferred composition of the lower crust.

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record preserved in sedimentary rocks. [Stuart Ross Taylor; Scott M MacLennan] The Continental Crust by S.M. McLennan,available at Book Depository with free delivery :// The nature of the lower crust is examined in the light of evidence from granulites and xenoliths of lower crustal origin.

It appears that the protoliths of most granulite facies exposures are more representative of upper or middle crust and that the lower crust has a much more basic composition than the exposed upper ://   The continental crust: its composition and evolution: an examination of the geochemical record preserved in sedimentary rocks フォーマット: 図書 責任表示: Stuart Ross Taylor, Scott M.

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A survey is given of the dimensions and composition of the present continental crust. The abundances of immobile elements in sedimentary rocks are used to establish upper crustal ://The continental crust: its composition and evolution: an examination of the geochemical record preserved in sedimentary rocks Stuart Ross Taylor, Scott M.

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