Precambrian Geology and Metamorphic Petrology
Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress, Volume 17
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The 30th International Geological Congress was held in Beijing, China in August 1997. Leading scientists convened to present their findings and views to the international geological research community. Volume 17 of 26 focuses on Precambrian geology and metamorphic petrology. All articles in the proceedings have been refereed and keynote papers have been included in Volume 1. These proceedings aim to present a view of contemporary geology and should be of interest to researchers in the geological sciences.
Table of Contents
PRECAMBRIAN MAJOR EVENTS AND TECTONICS The Archean-Proterozoic boundary in the geology history of the Earth T.F. Negrutsa and V.Z. Negrutsa Precambrian and Caledonian events in Svalbard, northwestern edge of the Eurasian plate: A review in a regional context of the North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean Y. Ohta, A.A. Krasilscikov and A.M. Tebenkov Tectonic correlation of the Precambrian evolution of the North China Craton with the Baltic Shield Xianling Qian The identification of a late Pan-African granulite facies event in northeastern China: SHRIMP U-Pb zircon dating of the Mashan Group at Liu Mao, Heilongjiang Province, China S. Wilde, H. Dorsett-Bain and Jinglan Liu The relationship and timing of granitoid evolution with respect to felsic volcanism in the Wutai Complex, North China Craton S. Wilde, P. Cawood and Kaiyi Wang Formation, break-up and amalgamation of the early Precambrian continental crust in China - Dynamics and periodicity Jin Bai, Huichu Wang and Yaoyang Yan Geochemical evolution of the Paleoproterozoic volcanic and plutonic rocks from the Owai area, Guyana, South America: Implications for tectonic history and source regions G. Voicu, M. Bardoux, L. Harnois, R. Stevenson and R. CrÃ©peau Geology, geochemistry and geochronology of Neoproterozoic volcanics from HuaiyÃ¼ Mountains of southeastern China: Implication for its tectonic setting and origin Fengqing Zhao, Wenshan Jin, Dazhong Sun and Xiaochun Gan TYPES OF METAMORPHISM AND METAMORPHIC ROCKS Evolution of continental lithosphere: evidences from UHPM rocks Wang Qingchen, Cong Bolin and Cheng Yuqi Lack of fluid during ultrahigh-P metamorphism in the Dabie-Sulu Region, Eastern China J.G. Liou, R.Y. Zhang and W.G. Ernst Granulite facies overprints of eclogites: Short-lived events deduced from diffusion modeling P.J. O'Brien Notes on the anatexis of some metamorphic rock types of the Late Archaean Fuping Group of northwestern Pingshan, Hebei Province, China Cheng Yuqi, Gao Jifeng and Wan Yusheng Migmatites and melt migration M. Brown Dynamic models for origin of the migmatites with thermal centers in the Dabie Complex, Hubei, Central China Jiang-Hui Wang, Min Sun, Xiang-Yang Chang and Shang-Xian Deng Evolution of metamorphic belts: A changing view M. Brown and P.J. O'Brien High-pressure metamorphism in kyanite-bearing schists from the original Jingangku formation of the Wutaishan Kaiyi Wang, Jie Hao, P. Cawood and S.A. Wilde Metamorphism in Palaeozoic forearc basin sequences, southern New England Fold Belt, N.S.W., Australia R. Offler, J. Roberts, P. Lennox and J. Gibson The metamorphic evidences for post orogenic uplift of the Tongbai-Dabie tectonic belt, Central China Zhengdong You, Nensong Chen and Zeming Zhang PRECAMBRIAN ROCK ASSOCIATIONS AND MINERAL DEPOSITS Origin of anorthosites: Relation to subduction at an early Proterozoic continental margin in central Australia W.J. Sivell and M.T. McCulloch Greenstone hosted gold deposits in China: Types, regional distribution and metallogenic aspects Baofeng Shen, Debao Mao and Junjian Li Geological features of greenstone belts in North China Platform Baofeng Shen, Junjian Li and Debao Mao Geology and geochemistry of the hydrothermal jaspilite in the Mesoproterozoic Tieling Formation, Jixian, China Huaikun Li and Songian Lu Structural transposition in Banshigou iron deposit, Jilin Province, China Qu Fenxiong Archean geological framework, evolution and metallogeny in the Qingyuan area, northern Liaoning Province, China Debao Mao and Baofeng Shen Feature of Banxi Group and discussion on ''Banxi Melange'' Jiafu Tang and Fengqing Zhao
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