The Thermal Background to Metamorphism II. Simple Two-Dimensional Conductive Models. / Fowler, C. M. R.; Nisbet, E. G.

In: Geoscience Canada, Vol. 9, No. 4, 1982, p. 208-214.

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The Thermal Background to Metamorphism II. Simple Two-Dimensional Conductive Models. / Fowler, C. M. R.; Nisbet, E. G.

In: Geoscience Canada, Vol. 9, No. 4, 1982, p. 208-214.

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title = "The Thermal Background to Metamorphism II. Simple Two-Dimensional Conductive Models",
abstract = "In a previous article simple one dimensional models of metamorphic conditions were examined. In this article more realistic two-dimensional models are set up, to show the metamorphic effects of burial, intrusion and thrusting. Models in which erosion takes place demonstrate the development of a metamorphic facies series and underline the importance of understanding regional stratigraphy in interpreting metamorphism.",
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