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Microstructural Geochronology


Microstructural Geochronology

Planetary Records Down to Atom Scale
Geophysical Monograph Series, Band 232 1. Aufl.

von: Desmond E. Moser, Fernando Corfu, James R. Darling, Steven M. Reddy, Kimberly Tait

160,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 17.11.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9781119227366
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 402

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<p><b>Microstructural Geochronology</b></p> <p>Geochronology techniques enable the study of geological evolution and environmental change over time. This volume integrates two aspects of geochronology: one based on classical methods of orientation and spatial patterns, and the other on ratios of radioactive isotopes and their decay products.</p> <p>The chapters illustrate how material science techniques are taking this field to the atomic scale, enabling us to image the chemical and structural record of mineral lattice growth and deformation, and sometimes the patterns of radioactive parent and daughter atoms themselves, to generate a microstructural geochronology from some of the most resilient materials in the solar system.</p> <ul> <li>First compilation of research focusing on the crystal structure, material properties, and chemical zoning of the geochronology mineral archive down to nanoscale</li> <li>Novel comparisons of mineral time archives from different rocky planets and asteroids and their shock metamorphic histories</li> <li>Fundamentals on how to reconstruct and date radiogenic isotope distributions using atom probe tomography</li> </ul> <p><i>Microstructural Geochronology</i>&nbsp;will be a valuable resource for graduate students, academics, and researchers in the fields of petrology, geochronology, mineralogy, geochemistry, planetary geology, astrobiology, chemistry, and material science. It will also appeal to philosophers and historians of science from other disciplines.</p>
<p>Contributors vii</p> <p>Preface xi</p> <p><b>Part I: Chemical Microstructure/Zoning</b></p> <p>1 Zircon as Magma Monitor: Robust, Temperature?]Dependent Partition Coefficients from Glass and Zircon Surface and Rim Measurements from Natural Systems<br /><i>Lily L. Claiborne, Calvin F. Miller, Guillherme A. R. Gualda, Tamara L. Carley, Aaron K. Covey, Joseph L.</i> <i>Wooden, and Marc A. Fleming&nbsp; 3</i></p> <p>2 Petrology and Geochronology of Metamorphic Zircon<br /><i>Matthew J. Kohn and Nigel M. Kelly&nbsp; 35</i></p> <p>3 Origins of Textural, Compositional, and Isotopic Complexity in Monazite and Its Petrochronological Analysis<br /><i>Callum J. Hetherington, Ethan L. Backus, Christopher R. M. McFarlane, Christopher M. Fisher, and D.</i> <i>Graham Pearson&nbsp; 63</i></p> <p>4 Application of Single?]Shot Laser Ablation Split?]Stream Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry to Accessory Phase Petrochronology<br /><i>John M. Cottle and Michael A. Stearns&nbsp; 91</i></p> <p>5 Comparing Chemical Microstructures of Some Early Solar System Zircon from Differentiated Asteroids, Mars and Earth<br /><i>Julia Roszjar, Desmond E. Moser, Brendt C. Hyde, Chutimun Chanmuang, and Kimberly Tait&nbsp; 113</i></p> <p>6 Crystallization of Baddeleyite in Basaltic Rocks from Mars, and Comparisons with the Earth, Moon, and Vesta<br /><i>Christopher D. K. Herd, Desmond E. Moser, Kimberly Tait, James R. Darling, Barry J. Shaulis, and Timothy J. McCoy&nbsp; 137</i></p> <p><b>Part II: Orientation Microstructure</b></p> <p>7 Strength and Deformation of Zircon at Crustal and Mantle Pressures<br /><i>Ievgeniia Morozova, Sean R. Shieh, Desmond E. Moser, Ivan R. Barker, and John M. Hanchar&nbsp; 169</i></p> <p>8 Role of Elastic Anisotropy in the Development of Deformation Microstructures in Zircon<br /><i>Nicholas E. Timms, David Healy, Timmons M. Erickson, Alexander A. Nemchin, Mark A. Pearce, and Aaron J. Cavosie&nbsp; 183</i></p> <p>9 The Rietputs Formation in South Africa: A Pleistocene Fluvial Archive of Meteorite Impact Unique to the Kaapvaal Craton<br /><i>Aaron J. Cavosie, Timmons M. Erickson, Pedro E. Montalvo, Diana C. Prado, Nadja O. Cintron, and Ryan J. Gibbon&nbsp; 203</i></p> <p>10 Deciphering the Effects of Zircon Deformation and Recrystallization to Resolve the Age and Heritage of an Archean Mafic Granulite Complex<br /><i>Nicole M. Rayner, Mary Sanborn?]Barrie, and Desmond E. Moser&nbsp; 225</i></p> <p>11 Alpha Recoil Loss of Pb from Baddeleyite Evaluated by High?]Resolution Ion Microprobe (SHRIMP II) Depth Profiling and Numerical Modeling: Implications for the Interpretation of U?]Pb Ages in Small Baddeleyite Crystals<br /><i>William J. Davis and Donald W. Davis 247</i></p> <p>12 Transmission Electron Microscope Imaging Sharpens Geochronological Interpretation of Zircon and Monazite<br /><i>Anne?]Magali Seydoux?]Guillaume, Bernard Bingen, Valerie Bosse, Emilie Janots, and Antonin T. Laurent</i> <i>261</i></p> <p><b>Part III: 3D Nanostructure</b></p> <p>13 Detecting Micro?] and Nanoscale Variations in Element Mobility in High?]Grade Metamorphic Rocks: Implication for Precise U?]Pb Dating of Zircon<br /><i>Monika A. Kusiak, Simon A. Wilde, Richard Wirth, Martin J. Whitehouse, Daniel J. Dunkley, Ian Lyon,</i> <i>Steven M. Reddy, Andrew Berry, and Martin de Jonge 279</i></p> <p>14 The Optimization of Zircon Analyses by Laser?]Assisted Atom Probe Microscopy: Insights from the 91500 Zircon Standard<br /><i>David W. Saxey, Steven M. Reddy, Denis Fougerouse, and William D. A. Rickard 293</i></p> <p>15 Atom Probe Tomography of Phalaborwa Baddeleyite and Reference Zircon BR266<br /><i>David A. Reinhard, Desmond E. Moser, Isabelle Martin, Katherine P. Rice, Yimeng Chen, David Olson,</i> <i>Daniel Lawrence, Ty J. Prosa, and David J. Larson 315</i></p> <p>16 Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analysis for Spatial and Spectral Processing of Pb Isotopes in Zircon by Atom Probe Tomography<br /><i>Tyler B. Blum, David A. Reinhard, Yimeng Chen, Ty J. Prosa, David J. Larson, and John W. Valley 327</i></p> <p>17 Complex Nanostructures in Shocked, Annealed, and Metamorphosed Baddeleyite Defined by Atom Probe Tomography<br /><i>Lee F. White, James R. Darling, Desmond E. Moser, David A. Reinhard, Joseph Dunlop, David J. Larson,</i> <i>Daniel Lawrence, and Isabelle Martin 351</i></p> <p>18 Best Practices for Reporting Atom Probe Analysis of Geological Materials<br /><i>Tyler B. Blum, James R. Darling, Thomas F. Kelly, David J. Larson, Desmond E. Moser, Alberto Perez?]Huerta, Ty J. Prosa, Steven M. Reddy, David A. Reinhard, David W. Saxey, Robert M. Ulfig, and John W. Valley 369</i></p> <p>Index 375</p>
<p><b>Desmond E. Moser,</b> University of Western Ontario, Canada</p> <p><b>Fernando Corfu,</b> University of Oslo, Norway</p> <p><b>James R. Darling,</b> University of Portsmouth, UK</p> <p><b>Steven M. Reddy,</b> Curtin University, Australia</p> <p><b>Kimberly Tait,</b> Royal Ontario Museum, Canada</p>
<p>Geochronology techniques enable the study of planetary evolution and environmental change over billions of years. This volume integrates two aspects of geochronology: one based on classical methods of orientation and spatial patterns, and the other on ratios of radioactive isotopes and their decay products.</p> <p>The chapters illustrate how material science techniques are taking this field to the atomic scale, enabling us to image the chemical and structural record of mineral lattice growth and deformation, and sometimes the structures formed by radioactive parent and daughter atoms themselves, to generate a microstructural geochronology from some of the most resilient materials in the solar system.</p> <p>Volume highlights include:</p> <ul> <li>First compilation of research focusing on the crystal structure, material properties, and chemical zoning of the geochronology mineral archive down to nanoscale</li> <li>Novel comparisons of mineral time archives from different rocky planets and asteroids and their shock metamorphic histories</li> <li>Fundamentals on how to reconstruct and date radiogenic isotope distributions using atom probe tomography</li> </ul> <p><i>Microstructural Geochronology: Planetary Records Down to Atom Scale</i> will be a valuable resource for graduate students, academics, and researchers in the fields of petrology, geochronology, mineralogy, geochemistry, planetary geology, astrobiology, chemistry, and material science. It will also appeal to philosophers and historians of science, and scholars of other disciplines who are interested in natural records of 'deep time'.</p>

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