Peperite processes and products of magma-sediment mingling

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  • Volcanic ash, tuff, etc.,
  • Sediments (Geology),
  • Rocks, Igneous.

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Includes bibliographical references.

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Statementedited by Ian P. Skilling, James D. L. White, Jocelyn McPhie.
ContributionsSkilling, Ian P., White, James D. L., McPhie, Jocelyn.
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Pagination249 p. :
Number of Pages249
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Open LibraryOL16037572M

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This book is a collection of papers concerned with the processes and products of magma-sediment mingling and the origin of peperite. Three papers are concerned with physical modelling of magma-wet sediment interaction, whereas the majority of the papers describe a wide variety of peperite compositional and textural types, and discuss controls on their :// This book is a collection of papers concerned with the processes and products of magma-sediment mingling and the origin of peperite.

Three papers are concerned with physical modelling of magma-wet sediment Peperite book, whereas the majority of the papers describe a wide variety of peperite compositional and textural types, and discuss controls on their  › Books › Science & Math › Earth Sciences. Peperite: Processes and Products of Magma-sediment Mingling: : Skilling, I., White, J.D.L., McPhie, J.: Libros en idiomas extranjeros Peperite can often be described on the basis of juvenile clast morphology as blocky or fluidal, but other shapes occur and mixtures of different clast shapes are also found.

Magma is dominantly fragmented by quenching, hydromagmatic explosions, magma–sediment density contrasts, and mechanical stress as a Peperite book of inflation or movement This book is a collection of papers concerned with the processes and products of magma-sediment mingling and the origin of peperite.

Three papers are concerned with physical modelling of magma-wet sediment interaction, whereas the majority of the papers describe a wide variety of peperite compositional and textural types, and discuss controls An intrusive pépérite at San Pedro Hill, California [Gordon Andrew Macdonald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying :// 1.

Introduction. The term ‘peperino’ was used by Scrope () to describe clastic rocks from the Limagne d’Auvergne region of central France that comprise mixtures of lacustrine limestone and basalt and which resembled ground pepper.

This area is now considered the type locality for ‘peperite’. Scrope () interpreted the rocks as having originated by a ‘violent and intimate The term ‘peperite’ or ‘Pépérite’ is most commonly used to refer to breccias, clastic rocks comprising both igneous and sedimentary components, which were generated by intrusive processes, or along the basal contacts of lava flows or hot volcaniclastic deposits with unconsolidated, typically wet,   Abstract.

The fate of magma is commonly seen as either eruption from volcanic vents or emplacement at depth into the crust. However, magmas often solidify in the very shallow crust (i.e. less than ca. 3 km deep), as either subhorizontal intrusions such as sills and laccoliths, or Peperite book frozen vertical conduits, i.e.

:// 由于此网站的设置,我们无法提供该页面的具体描述。?id=RW3WlWB4NYIC&pg=PA91&dq=peperite+origin++term. Peperite (Fig. 4i) often forms in adjacent host material when any of a variety of magma types comes in contact with wet sediments, producing a myriad of forms all related as reaction textures that Research Papers: Peperite - a review of magma-sediment mingling, I.P.

Skilling et al.; Water/magma interaction - some theory and experiments on peperite formation, K. Wohletz; Dynamic mingling of magma and liquefied sediments, B. Zimanowski, R. Buttner; Characteristics and origin of peperite involving coarse-grained host sediment, R.J. Squire Peperite in the Backdoor Formation and its significance to the age and tectonic evolution of the Bangemall Supergroup Author: Martin, DMcb Publication date: 20 December At French Butte, Hopi Buttes Volcanic Field (Arizona, USA), an unusual in-vent folded dike is exposed with peperite entrained between the folds.

Analogue experiments of collapsing silicon sheets and threads coated with sand indicate that the folded intrusion may have resulted from gravity-driven buckling of a planar feeder :// Pépérite mineral data, information about Pépérite, its properties and worldwide ://   Latin: third-person singular perfect active indicative of pariō   Physical volcanology of continental large igneous provinces: update and review J.

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During metamorphism the region close to the altered margin of the peperite (darker vertical band) undergoes melting and melt intrudes the dyke to the right.

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