Record details

Title
    Formation and transfer of stoped blocks into magma chambers: The high-temperature interplay between focused porous flow, cracking, channel flow, host-rock anisotropy, and regional deformation
Author
    Chambers, Jennifer
    Erdmann, Saskia
    Ianno, Adam
    Memeti, Valbone
    Paterson, Scott R.
    Pignotta, Geoffrey
    Žák, Jiří
Language
    anglicky
Publication type
    článek v periodiku
Source title - serial
    Geosphere
Vol./nr.
    Roč. 8, č. 2
Pages
    27
Year
    2012
Thesaurus term
    California
    central Sierra Nevada
    fabric patterns
    Jackass Lakes pluton
    Nova Scotia
    pluton emplacement process
    Sausfjellet pluton
    silicic magmas
    South Mountain batholith
    Tuolumne intrusive suite
Keyword
    Anisotropy
    Blocks
    Chambers
    Channel
    Cracking
    Deformation
    Flow
    Focused
    Formation
    High-temperature
    Host-rock
    Interplay
    Magma
    Porous
    Regional
    Stoped
    Transfer
Abstract (in english)
   Magmatic stoping, i.e., the formation, transfer into, and movement through magma of older plutonic and metamorphic host-rock xenoliths, was widespread in the Mesozoic Sierra Nevada batholith (California, United States). However, the prevailing view that stoped blocks form by rapid thermal shattering.
Contributor
    UK Praha, Přírodovědecká fakulta
Contributor code
    UK, PřF
Source format
    R
Import date
    27. 4. 2014