Bibliographie des articles du n°136 de Géochronique



Métamorphismes extrêmes et refroidissement de la Terre (C. Nicollet)

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Brown M. (2014). – The contribution of metamorphic petrology to understanding lithosphere evolution and geodynamics. Geoscience Frontiers, 5, p. 553-569.

Bosse V., Ballèvre M., Vidal O. (2002). — Ductile thrusting recorded by the garnet isograd from the blueschist-facies metapelites of the Ile de Groix, Armorican Massif, France. Journal of Petrology, 43, p. 485-510.

Clark C., Fitzsimons I.C.W., Healy D. and Harley S.L. (2011). – How does the continental crust get really hot? Elements, 7, p. 235-240.

Cross C.B., Diener J.F.A. and Fagereng A. (2015). – Metamorphic imprint of accretion and ridge subduction in the Pan-African Damara Belt, Namibia. J. metamorphic Geol., 33, p. 633-648.

Dokukina K.A., Kaulina T.V., Konilov A.N., Mints M.V., Van K.V., Natapov L., Belousova E., Simakin S.G., Lepekhina El. N. (2014). – Archaean to Palaeoproterozoic high- grade evolution of the Belomorian eclogite province in the Gridino area, Fennoscandian Shield: Geochronological evidence. Gondwana Research, 25, p. 585-613.

Galli A., Le Bayon B., Schmidt M.W., Burg J.-P., Caddick M.J., Reusser E. (2011). – Granulites and charnockites of the Gruf Complex: Evidence for Permian ultra-high temperature metamorphism in the Central Alps. Lithos, 124, p. 17-45.

Goncalves P., Nicollet C. and Montel J.M. (2004). – Petrology and in-situ U-Th-Pb monazite geochronology of Ultra-High Temperature metamorphism from the Andriamena mafic unit, north-central Madagascar. Significance of a petrographical PT path in a polymetamorphic context. Journal of Petrology, 45, p. 1923-1957.

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Jahn B., Caby R. and Monie P. (2001). – The oldest UHP eclogites of the world: Age of UHP metamorphism, nature of protoliths and tectonic implications. Chemical Geology, 178, p. 143-158.

Johnson T.E. and White R.W. (2011). – Phase equilibrium constraints on conditions of granulite-facies metamorphism at Scourie, NW Scotland. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 168, p. 147-158.

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Lardeaux J.M. (2014a). – Deciphering orogeny: a metamorphic perspective. Examples from European Alpine and Variscan belts Part I: Alpine metamorphism in the western Alps. A review. Bull. Soc. géol. France, 185, p. 93-114.

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Redler C., Johnson T.E., White R.W. and Kunz B.E. (2012). – Phase equilibrium constraints on a deep crustal metamorphic field gradient: metapelitic rocks from the Ivrea Zone (NW Italy). J. metamorphic Geol., 30, p. 235-25.

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Sajeev K., Windley B. F., Hegner E. and Komiya T. (2012). – High-temperature, high-pressure granulites (retrogressed eclogites) in the central region of the Lewisian, NW Scotland: crustal-scale subduction in the NeoArchaean. Gondwana Research, 23, p. 526-538.

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Stern R.J. (2005). – Evidence from ophiolites, blueschists, and ultrahigh-pressure meta-morphic terranes that the modern episode of subduction tectonics began in Neoproterozoic time. Geology, 33, p. 557-560.

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Pownall J.M., Hall R., Armstrong R.A., Forster M.A. (2014). – Earth’s youngest-known ultrahigh-temperature granulites discovered on Seram, eastern Indonesia. Geology, 42, p. 279-282.

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Piégeage et libération des halogènes dans les métagabbros océaniques ( C. Nicollet et F. Cattani)

Coogan L.A., Wilson R.N., Gills K.M. and MacLeod C.J. (2001). – Nearsolidus evolution of oceanic gabbros: Insights from amphibole geochemistry. Geochimica and Cosmochimica Acta, 65, p. 4339-4357.

Garofalo P.S. (2011). – The composition of Alpine marine sediments (Bündnerschiefer Formation, W Alps) and the mobility of their chemical components during orogenic metamorphism. Lithos, 128-131, p. 55-72.

Gillis K.M., Coogan L.A. and Chaussidon M. (2003). –Volatile element (B, Cl, F) behaviour in the roof of an axial magma chamber from the East Pacific Rise. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 213, p. 447-462.

Hattori K.H. and Guillot S. (2007). – Geochemical character of serpentinites associated with high- to ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic rocks in the Alps, Cuba, and the Himalayas: Recycling of elements in subduction zones. Geochemistry Geophysic Geosystems, DOI:10.1029/2007GC001594.

Lafay R., Deschamps F., Schwartz S., Guillot S., Godard M., Debret B. and Nicollet C. (2013). – High-pressure serpentinites, a trap-and-release system controlled by metamorphic conditions: Example from the Piedmont zone of the western Alps. Chemical Geology, 343, p. 38-54.

Straub S.M. and Layne G.D. (2003). – The systematics of chlorine, fluorine, and water in Izu arc front volcanic rocks: Implications for volatile recycling in subduction zones. Geochimica and cosmochimica Acta, 67, p. 4179-4203.