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Basic Characteristics of Metamorphic Reactions
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Abukuma Plateau actinolite albite almandine amphibolite facies andalusite aqueous fluid basaltic biotite calcite chemical composition chlorite chloritoid clinopyroxene common contact aureoles contact metamorphism contain cordierite crust decrease diagram eclogite facies epidote epidote-amphibolite facies equilibrium curves Eskola facies series facies zone fault formation formed garnet geosyncline geothermal gradient glaucophane glaucophane-schist facies gneisses granitic rocks granulite facies greenschist facies high-pressure metamorphic high-temperature higher temperature hornblende igneous increase island arcs isograd jadeite K-feldspar kbar kyanite laumontite lawsonite limestones low-pressure metamorphic low-temperature medium-pressure Mesozoic meta metabasites metamorphic belts metamorphic complex metamorphic facies metamorphic rocks metamorphic terranes metamorphosed metapelites mineral assemblages mineral changes Miyashiro muscovite occur orogenic belts Palaeozoic paragonite pelitic phase plagioclase plutonic Precambrian prehnite-pumpellyite facies pressure progressive metamorphic pumpellyite pyroxene quartz range ratio reactions recrystallization represent rock-pressure Ryoke belt Sanbagawa schists Scottish Highlands sediments shown in fig sillimanite sillimanite zone stable staurolite subfacies tectonic usually volcanic whereas wollastonite zeolite facies