Beryllium in Antarctic Ultrahigh-Temperature Granulite-Facies Rocks and its Role in Partial Melting of the Lower Continental Crust
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Summary
Abstract: Text: Geologic evolution of the Napier Complex began in the Early Archean (3800
Ma) prior to a regional ultrahigh temperature metamorphic event (up to 7-11
kbar, 1050-1120 degrees C) sometime between 2550 and 2480 Ma, after which
metamorphic
and igneous activity was largely confined to mafic dike emplacement and
amphibolite to granulite-facies events at 1600 Ma, ... View entire text
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  N: -64.0   S: -68.0   E: 54.0   W: 42.0

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Name: EDWARD GREW
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Role: DIF AUTHOR
Phone: +1 207 581 2169
Fax: +1 207 581 2202
Email: esgrew at maine.edu
Contact Address:
Department of Geological Sciences
University of Maine
5790 Bryand Research Center
City: Orono
Province or State: ME
Postal Code: 04469-5790
Country: US
Publications/References
Journal Publications:

Asami, A., Suzuki, K. and Grew, E.S. (2002) Chemical Th-U-total Pb dating by
electron microprobe analysis of monazite, xenotime and zircon from the Archean
Napier Complex, East Antarctica: Evidence for ultra-high-temperature
metamorphism at 2400Ma. Precambrian Research, 114, 249-275

Barbier, J., Grew, E.S., Halenius, E.,Halenius, U. ... View entire text
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2004-08-09
Last DIF Revision Date: 2010-07-07
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