Metamorphic minerals document the dynamic evolution of our planet, from the Archean to Present and from the grain- to plate-scale. Deciphering these records requires an approach that integrates petrology, geochemistry, chronology, structural analysis and modelling. Our ability to study our dynamic lithosphere through metamorphic geology continues to improve. At the same time, new analyses and approaches reveal issues and pitfalls that inspire future development.

This session aims to highlight integrated metamorphic geology and its use in elucidating the processes that shaped cratons and mountain belts through time. We welcome contributions in petrology, geo- and thermo-chronology, trace-element and isotope geochemistry, thermodynamic modelling, and structural geology—all with a specific focus on studying metamorphosed-metasomatised rocks. Part of the session will be devoted to novel developments and applications in geochronology and micro- to nano-analytical methods.

Invited speakers:
Robert Holder (Johns Hopkins University): "Monazite Eu anomalies revisited: beyond feldspar"
Pierre Lanari (Universität Bern): "An integrated modelling framework for tracing equilibrium relationships in metamorphic rocks"

Co-organized as GD2.10/TS3.8
Convener: Matthijs Smit | Co-conveners: Daniela Rubatto, Tom Raimondo, Emilie Janots
| Thu, 11 Apr, 14:00–18:00
Room D2
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Hall X2

Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X2

Chairperson: Matthijs Smit
X2.323 |
Lingmin Zhang and jingbo Liu
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X2.324 |
Metamorphic P-T path of retrograded eclogite and high-pressure mafic granulite from the Badu Complex: Implications for the early Mesozoic tectonics of the Cathaysia Block, South China.
Yanfei Xia, Changqing Yin, Jianhua Li, Jian Zhang, Jiahui Qian, and Shangjing Wu
Hall X2
X2.325 |
Variscan high-pressure granulite facies metamorphism recorded in the External Crystalline Massifs (Western Alps)
Jean-baptiste Jacob, Stéphane Guillot, Bisch Alex, Janots Emilie, and Michel Faure
Hall X2
X2.326 |
Kazuhiro Miyazaki, Kenshi Suga, Yasushi Mori, Hideki Iwano, Koushi Yagi, Tadao Nishiyama, Miki Shigeno, Touru Danhara, and Takafumi Hirata
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X2.328 |
Ellen Kooijman, Matthijs Smit, Melanie Schmitt, and Ross Kielman
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X2.329 |
Axel Schmitt, Thomas Zack, Ellen Kooijman, Alla Logvinova, and Nikolay Sobolev
Hall X2
X2.330 |
Dina I. G. Cabrita, Frederico M. Faleiros, Maria Thereza Yogi, Vidyã V. Almeida, Mauricio Pavan, and Ginaldo A. C. Campanha
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X2.331 |
Maria Thereza Yogi, Frederico Meira Faleiros, Pierre Lanari, and Dina Cabrita
Hall X2
X2.332 |
Mariana Werle, Léo Hartmann, Cassiana Michelin, Cristiano Lana, Gláucia Queiroga, and Karine Arena
Hall X2
X2.333 |
Mahyra Tedeschi, Daniel Peters, Renato Moraes, and Antônio Pedrosa-Soares
Hall X2
X2.334 |
Ultra-high temperature metamorphism and tectonic implications of sapphirine-bearing granulites in the Pikwitonei Granulite Domain, Manitoba.
Changqing Yin, Shoufa Lin, Christian Bohm, and Chris Coueslan
Hall X2
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X2.337 |
Cyclicity of multistage anatexis during North Qaidam orogeny: Tracing the source, timescale, and evolution of pulsed fluids/melts
Xin Chen
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X2.340 |
Ying Zhou, Hao Cheng, and Lingmin Zhang
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X2.341 |
Haobo Wang, Shu-Yun Cao*, Franz Neubauer, Manfred Bernroider, Johann Genser, Jun-Yu Li, and Xue-Mei Cheng
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X2.342 |
Zhong Liu, Shuyun Cao, Wei Li, Bernroider Manfred, and Franz Neubauer
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X2.343 |
Tung-Hsien Chiang, Chia-Mei Liu, and Ching-Huei Kuo