Origins of Igneous Layering by Ian ParsonsOrigins of Igneous Layering by Ian Parsons

Origins of Igneous Layering

EditorIan Parsons

Hardcover | April 30, 1987

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Title:Origins of Igneous LayeringFormat:HardcoverDimensions:689 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.03 inPublished:April 30, 1987Publisher:Springer Netherlands

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ISBN - 10:9027724555

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`...one of the most important books about layered intrusions since Layered Igneous Rocks by Wagner and Brown.' Economic Geology, 83:2 (1988) `This book uniquely covers this range with an abundance of first-hand field observations and a good dose of process conceptualization, magma physics, and crystal growth kinetics. Three things set this book apart from most others in this vein: each paper is to the point, worth reading, and even worth studying; the abundant photographs are excellent, not only in choice but in reproduction, continually drawing one into the text; and a strong interawareness of field, experiment, and theory appears in nearly every paper. This book is a landmark publication, literally reeking of wonderful field observations and a host of well thought out and well presented ideas. Every serious igneous petrologist will want this book. It is simply excellent. Parsons has done a splendid job.' EOS, September 1988