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Foreword: The Roles of Petrology and Experimental Petrology in Understanding Global Tectonics

Comments on Some Misconceptions in Igneous and Experimental Petrology and Methodology: a Reply

Differentiation Processes of Deccan Trap Basalts: Contribution from Geochemistry and Experimental Petrology

Magma–Carbonate Interaction Processes and Associated CO2 Release at Merapi Volcano, Indonesia: Insights from Experimental Petrology

Experimental Petrology of the Kiglapait Intrusion: Cotectic Trace for the Lower Zone at 5 kbar in Graphite

Experimental Petrology of the 1991–1995 Unzen Dacite, Japan. Part I: Phase Relations, Phase Composition and Pre-eruptive Conditions

A 2.5 ka History of Dacitic Magmatism at Nevado de Toluca, Mexico: Petrological, 40Ar/39Ar Dating, and Experimental Constraints on Petrogenesis

Magma generation and evolution and global tectonics: An issue in honour of Peter J. Wyllie for his life-long contributions by means of experimental petrology to understanding how the Earth works Foreword

Experimental Petrology of the 1991–1995 Unzen Dacite, Japan. Part II: Cl/OH Partitioning between Hornblende and Melt and its Implications for the Origin of Oscillatory Zoning of Hornblende Phenocrysts

Petrological and Experimental Constraints on the Pre-eruption Conditions of Holocene Dacite from Volcán San Pedro (36°S, Chilean Andes) and the Importance of Sulphur in Silicic Subduction-related Magmas

Petrogenesis and Experimental Petrology of Granitic Rocks, by Wilhelm Johannes and François Holtz. Minerals and Rocks, Vol. 22 (Editors P. J. Wyllie, A. El Goresy, W. von Engelhardt and T. Hahn). Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1996. 335 pp. DM 168.

 

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Experimental petrology is a branch of Earth science that attempts to reproduce, in the laboratory, the conditions under which igneous and metamorphic rocks are formed at great depth within the ...

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