Fluid-fluid Interactions

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Axel Liebscher, Christoph A. Heinrich
Mineralogical Society of America, 2007 - Science - 430 pages
Volume 65 of Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry attempts to fill this gap and to explicitly focus on the role that co-existing fluids play in the diverse geologic environments. It brings together the previously somewhat detached literature on fluid-fluid interactions in continental, volcanic, submarine and subduction zone environments. It emphasizes that fluid mixing and unmixing are widespread processes that may occur in all geologic environments of the entire crust and upper mantle. Despite different P-T conditions, the fundamental processes are analogous in the different settings.

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Axel Liebscher, Berlin, Germany and Christoph A. Heinrich, Zurich, Switzerland.

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