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Shock metamorphism of natural materials

Conference on Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials Goddard Space Flight Center 1966.

Shock metamorphism of natural materials

proceedings.

by Conference on Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials Goddard Space Flight Center 1966.

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Published by Mono Book Corp. in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metamorphism (Geology) -- Congresses.,
  • Meteorite craters -- Congresses.,
  • Rock deformation -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    StatementEdited by: Bevan M. French [and] Nicholas M. Short.
    ContributionsFrench, Bevan M., ed., Short, Nicholas M., ed., Goddard Space Flight Center.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE608 .C65 1966
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 644 p.
    Number of Pages644
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5633163M
    LC Control Number68059422

    nM eds. Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials, Mono Book corp., Baltimore, MD: french BM. Traces of catastrophe: a handbook of Shock-Metamorphic effects in Terrestrial Meteorite impact Structures. LPI Contribution No. lunar and Planetary institute, houston, Texas, p. Gabreski c r, Milam K a. [29] Recognition of the spectral effects of high shock pressure on major rock forming minerals will aid understanding of remotely sensed thermal infrared surface spectra not only of Mars but of impact materials on the Earth, [e.g., Ramsey and Christensen, ], Moon [Salisbury et al., , ; Nash et al., ], Mercury [Sprague et al Cited by: CHAPTER 8: Metamorphic Rocks. 1. Metamorphic rocks are those rocks that have undergone changes in mineralogy, texture and/or chemical composition as a result of changes in temperature and pressure. The original rock may have been igneous, sedimentary or another metamorphic rock. 2.


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Shock metamorphism of natural materials by Conference on Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials Goddard Space Flight Center 1966. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials: Proceedings of the First Conference held at NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, April[French, Bevan M. and Nicholas M. Short, editors] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials: Proceedings of the First Conference Shock metamorphism of natural materials book at NASA, Goddard Space Flight CenterAuthor: editors French, Bevan M.

and Nicholas M. Short. Shock metamorphism of natural materials book on Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials (1st: Goddard Space Flight Center). Shock metamorphism of natural materials. Baltimore, Mono Book Corp., (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bevan M French; Nicholas M Short; Goddard Space Flight Center.

Contents: Shock metamorphism as a geological process / Bevan M. French; Shock waves in solids / George E. Duvall; Intense destructive stresses resulting from stress wave interactions / John S. Rinehart; Phase equilibrium data bearing on the pressure and temperature of shock metamorphism / Peter M.

Bell and F.R. Boyd; Static P-V curves of cracked and consolidated earth materials to 40 kilobars Manufacturer: Mono Book Corp. Shock metamorphism is the process by which materials are permanently changed as a result of the passage of high-pressure shock waves.

Detailed investigation of shock metamorphic effects in geologic materials dates from about (Chao et al., ), but the field of study includes such long-known phenomena as Neumann bands in iron meteorites and the glassy Shock metamorphism of natural materials book phase, maskelynite.

Boxhole is a young impact crater located approximately km ( km by road) north-east of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, Australia.

It is metres in diameter and its age is estimated to be 5, ± 1, years based on the cosmogenic 14 C terrestrial age of the meteorite, placing it in the crater is exposed to the : ± ka, Holocene.

This book introduces the unusual Shock metamorphism of natural materials book mineralogical features of the shocked Suizhou L6 (S5) meteorite. The olivine and pyroxene in Suizhou display a mosaic shock feature, while most of plagioclase grains have transformed to glassy maskelynite.

A few of the shock-induced melt veins in the. Shock Metamorphism of Natural dings of a conference, Greenbelt, Md., Bevan M. French and Nicholas M.

Short, Eds. Mono, Baltimore, xii Author: Robin Brett. pp., illustrations, diagrams, bibliography, index. ex-corporate library, no dust jacket, card pocket inside front cover, stamps on FFEPs, book is slightly bent.

Contents: Shock metamorphism as a geological process / Bevan M. French; Shock waves in solids / George E. Duvall; Intense destructive stresses resulting from stress wave interactions / John S.

Rinehart; Phase equilibrium data. Flynn Creek crater is a km diameter, million-year-old impact structure located in north central Tennessee, and is an invaluable Shock metamorphism of natural materials book analog for the study of impact cratering dynamics.

The Flynn Creek Crater Sample Collection consists of over two thousand boxes of drill core from 18 drill holes in the crater’s central uplift, floor, and rim. Shock metamorphism of natural materials; proceedings. Edited by: Bevan M.

French [and] Nicholas M. Short. Understanding shock metamorphism in feldspars, and plagioclase in particular, is vital for understanding the history of Earth's moon, Mars, and many other planetary bodies.

We present here a comprehensive study of shock effects in andesine and labradorite from the Mistastin Lake impact structure, Labrador, by: Petrologic and chemical data on the Shergotty meteorite are presented. It is found that Shergotty formed in a diabaselike intrusion where crystallization was rather rapid but where crystal settling and accumulation could occur.

Shergotty later was subjected to strong shock, causing the plagioclase to be converted to a dense plagioclase glass (maskelynite) without by: Shock metamorphism and shock barometry at a complex impact structure: Slate Islands, Shock metamorphism of natural materials book.

In French BM and Shock metamorphism of natural materials book NM editors, Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials, Mono Book Corp., Baltimore, MD: shock pressures up to 20 GPa to the hydrothermal influences. References: [1] Gurov E. and Gurova E.

() Geological structure and rocks composition of the impact structures. Kiev. Naukova Dumka Press, (in Russian). [2] Robertson P. and Dence M. () In Shock metamorphism of natural materials.

Mono Book Corp., Baltimore, Maryland. 36 Traces of Catastrophe are mineralogically selective; a given effect (e.g., isotropiza- tion) will occur in grains of a single mineral (e.g., quartz or feldspar), but not in grains of other minerals, even adjacent ones.

Shock metamorphism is also characterized by a pro- gressive destruction of original textures with increasing shock pressure, a process that eventually leads to complete melting.

much spare time in honchoing the Shock Metamorphism Proceedings, my first book. I was fortunate to be chosen as one of the investigator teams to work on the first lunar rock samples returned from Apollo 11 and More later.

The “classic”: Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials So, where does remote sensing come in. Not quite yet. Feldspar is the most abundant mineral in the Earth’s crust and is widely distributed in rocks.

It is also one of the most common minerals in meteorites. Shock-metamorphic features in feldspar are widely used to calibrate the temperature and pressure of shock events and can also provide clues for searching for impact craters on Earth.

In this study, shocked alkali feldspars in the lithic. Shock metamorphism, also called impact metamorphism, occurs when high heat and pressures generated during an impact deform the underlying rock layers. Shock metamorphism can lead to planar deformation features, high-pressure polymorphs, and shatter cones, all of which provide evidence supporting a bolide impact.

Bunch, T. E., Cassidy, W. A., Impact-induced deformation in Campo del Cielo meteorite. French, B.M. and Short, N.M., eds., Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials. shock wave in the projectile is reflected as rarefaction wave at the free rear side of the projectile (Fig.

This leads to a backward acceleration of wagons and represents the ejection of material in natural impact cratering. As the rarefaction wave is propagating in already compressed material, it is faster than the shock wave in the target. Permanent changes in the structure and nature of minerals and rocks due to the passage of a shock wave.

As impact is the only known natural process resulting in a shock wave, shock metamorphic effects are considered diagnostic indicators of the occurrence of a hypervelocity impact event.

Book Review: Shock metamorphism of natural materials. Edited b BEVAN M. FRENCH and NICHOLAS M. SHORT. Mono Book Corp., Baltimore, ix + pp.

Price $Cited by: 1. Dence M. () Shock zoning at Canadian craters: Petrography and structural implications, in Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials, B. French and N. Short, editors, pagesThe Mono Book Corp., Baltimore. Engelhardt W. V., Bertsch W.

() Shock induced planar deformation structures in quartz from the Ries crater, Germany. Cultural references. The crater was featured in the horror film Wolf Creek, and the sequel inWolf Creek also features in the Stan Australia streaming service original television series with the same name.

It was the setting for Arthur Upfield's novel The Will of the Tribe. The Wolfe Creek crater has considerable claim to be the second most 'obvious' (i.e. relatively Age: ~ ka, Pleistocene. A predominant PDF form of in quartz suggests a shock pressure >20 GPa (Grieve et al.

Based on the higher frequency of PDFs in our samples, the shock pressure required for onset of the PDFs could be above 20 GPa. The occurrence of PDFs in the quartz grains is indicative of shock metamorphism in the granulite target by: 1.

INTRODUCTION. Two kinds of shock isotropized solids formed by shock compression of minerals have been found in shocked meteorites, in shocked rocks from terrestrial impact craters and from the lunar surface and have also been produced experimentally in laboratory shock experiments (for a review see (1,2)).The first kind are isotropic solids, so-called diaplectic glasses, which seem to have.

1. Introduction [2] Feldspar minerals subjected to high shock pressures exhibit structural changes with increasing pressure (e.g., brittle fractures, plastic deformations, formation of diaplectic glass, and complete melting). Diaplectic glass is an amorphous phase of crystals (termed maskelynite for feldspars) formed from shock wave compression and pressure release, which retains the shape and Cited by: Contact metamorphism takes place locally near igneous intrusions.

It is caused by low to moderate pressure, intense heat, and reactions to magma that is being metamorphosed. When contact metamorphism takes place with mudstone or shale, slate is formed.

The mudstone or shale is. * pre K-Ar, Ar-Ar and Rb-Sr ages recalculated using the decay constants of Steiger and Jager () Ages in millions of years (Ma) before present. An impact event is a near-instantaneous process that releases a huge amount of energy over a very small region on a planetary surface.

This results in characteristic changes in the target rocks, from vaporization and melting to solid-state effects, such as fracturing and shock by: Start studying Metamorphism and Metamorphic Rocks. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Building materials 5) Talc 6)Absbestos 7) "Continental Shields) -Contact (thermal) metaphorphism-Regional metaphorphism-Dynamic (shear) metamorphism-Burial metamorphism-Shock metamorphism. Contact (thermal. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 22 () North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands COESITE FROM THE LAKE WANAPITEI CRATER, ONTARIO* M.R.

DENCE, P.B. ROBERTSON and R.L. WIRTHLIN Earth Physics Branch, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, Ont. (Canada) Received Octo Revised version received Cited by: 8.

As the shock compression of natural rocks results in shock metamorphic effects, impact events may be identified in the course of oceanic-floor drilling even in the case of total crater degradation. For an Eltanin-like impact into a 4-km deep ocean, the late stage of ejecta evolution is also considered.

Book Review: Shock metamorphism of natural materials. FRENCH and N. SHORT: Mono Book Corp., Baltimore, + x pp. $ Valuable discussion with D. Stfler (Munster) and U. Hornemann, as well as a review of an earlier version of the manuscript by R.A.F.

Grieve and R.T. Schmitt (Munster), are appreciated. References [10] [14] [1] B.M. French and N.M. Short, Shock Metamorphism of Natural Materials, pp., Mono Book Cited by: Start studying Geology Chapter 8.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. What materials are closely associated with shock metamorphism and meteorite impact sites.

Tektites. high pressure metamorphism associated with. subduction zones. STEEN RIVER IMPACT STRUCTURE (SRIS) by: Charles O’Dale Type: Complex; Age (ma): 91 ± 7 a – CRETACEOUS; Diameter: 25 km; Location: N 59° 31′ W ° 39′ Shock Metamorphism: magnesioferrite MgFe 2 O 4 (Walton et al ), shock deformation and transformation features in quartz and feldspar (Carrigy and Short, ; Winzer, ); a Based on a single K‐Ar whole rock age obtained from.

Beck, A. E., Hamza, V.M. and Chang,C.C., Analysis of heat flow data correlation of thermal resistivity and shock metamorphic grade and its use as evidence for an impact origin of the Brent crater.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 13, pp. Meteorite impact craters are one of the most common geological features in the solar system. An impact event is a near-instantaneous process that releases a huge amount of energy over a very small region on a planetary surface.

This results in characteristic changes in the target rocks, from vaporization and melting to solid-state effects, such as fracturing and shock by: large-scale impacts [3].

Evidence of shock-metamorphism in such a deposit would provide a powerful argument for their association with impact processes, because impact is the only geologic process capable of producing the prerequisite shock waves.

We report here the first evidence of shock metamorphism in the Dutch Peak diamictite, S-Utah. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.Olivine is one of the most refractory and abundant igneous rock-forming minerals, which has been proven useful as an indicator of shock metamorphism in the study of meteorites [1] [2].Get this from ebook library!

High-Pressure Shock Compression of Solids V: Shock Chemistry with Applications to Meteorite Ebook. [Lee Davison; Y Horie; Toshimori Sekine] -- The shock waves produced by meteorite impacts give rise not only to the obvious craters seen on planets and their satellites but also to subtle effects seen only with chemical and petrographic.