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Tim Horner, CSUS Geology Department Metamorphism, Metamorphic Rocks Physical Geology, Chapter 7
Text Art 7.1
Figure 7.5 New Minerals form New minerals are: Platy Elongate
Figure 7.18 Effects of temperature and pressure
Figure 7.3 Pressure
Figure 7.8a Marble
Figure 7.8a2 Marble in thin section
Figure 7.9 Quartzite
Figure 7.10a Slate
Figure 7.10b Slate
Figure 7.11 Phyllite
Figure 7.12 Garnet-mica schist
Figure 7.13 Gneiss
Figure 7.14 Contact metamorphism vs. Regional metamorphism
Figure 7.17 Isotherms:
Figure 7.19 Metamorphism at the mid-oceanic ridge:
Figure 7.15 Gneiss:
Figure 7.8b Marble:
Figure 7.16 Mineral pathways:
Figure 7.21 Black smokers:
Figure 7.22 Contact metamorphism:
Box 7.1 Figure 1 Pressure change shocked quartz:
Box 7.2 Figure 1 P-T regimes:
Box 7.2 Figure 2 P-T regimes:
Box 7.4 Figure 1
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