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This pubication deals with the disilicates and ring silicatges including the epidote, melilite, cordierite, and tourmaline groups of rock-forming minerals..
This publication deals with pyroxene minerals, proxenoids, sapphirine, and aenigmatite of rock-forming minerals.
This volume deals with the amphiboles, deerite, howieite, and multiple-chain silicates of rock-forming minerals.
This volume covers aspects of micas such as crystal structure, crystal chemistry, chemical spectroscopy, stability and phase relations, redox behavior and weathering, stable isotope geochemistry, geochronology, and igneous and metamorphic geochemistry and petrology.
This volume is devoided entirely to the feldspar minerals and is a standard reference work.
This volume deals mainly with the sulphates, carbonates, phosphates, and halides of rock-forming minerals.
This volume is broadly separated into five major themes covering a variety of geographical and process-linked topics of salt tectonics.
This book contains papers on slope-deformation characterization using morphology and evolution, mechanical behavor of the material, modes of failure and collapse, influence of lighology and structural features, and the role played by controlling factors.
This work reviews the correlation of the British and Irish Cambrian with the current (though incomplete) international standard for the Cambrian.
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