Dataset : Petrological data of melt-rock interactions in granulites (Salvador da Bahia, Brasil)

RightsAttribution
vignette
Collection

Quotation

Philippe Goncalves (2022): Petrological data of melt-rock interactions in granulites (Salvador da Bahia, Brasil). John Wiley & Sons, Inc.. doi:10.1111/jmg.12592

General metadata

Identifier : local : FR-18008901306731-2022-04-01-04 external : doi:10.1111/jmg.12592
Description :
This project contains petrological data (multi-scale observations, analytical data, thermodynamic modeling) that aim at discussing the process of melt-rock interactions
Disciplines :
geology (sciences of the universe), geosciences, multidisciplinary (sciences of the universe), mineralogy (sciences of the universe)
Keywords :

Dates :
Data acquisition : from 2006 to 2016
Data provision : 1 Jan 2022
Metadata record :
Creation : 1 Apr 2022

Update periodicity : no update
Language : English (eng)
Additional information :
Data are available as supplementary material of the article "Garnet as a monitor for melt–rock interaction: Textural, mineralogical, and compositional evidence of partial melting and melt-driven metasomatism" (doi:10.1111/jmg.12592)
Audience : University: master, Research

Coverages

Spatial coverage :

Time coverage :

  • Itabuna–­Salvador–­Curaçá Orogen: Paleoproterozoïc and after

Administrative metadata

Data creatorAffiliation
Philippe GoncalvesChrono-environnement (FRA)
ContributorsAffiliationRole
Tom RaimondoUniSA (AUS)data collector
Jean-Louis PaquetteLMV (FRA)data collector
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Science contact : Philippe Goncalves website e-mail
Projects and funders :
Access : available

Technical metadata

Formats : application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet, image/jpeg, image/png, image/tiff, text/csv, video/x-msvideo
Data acquisition methods :
Datatype : Dataset

Publications

  • Garnet as a monitor for melt–­rock interaction: Textural, mineralogical, and compositional evidence of partial melting and melt-­driven metasomatism (doi:10.1111/jmg.12592)
About
Terms of use
Contact
© OSU-THETA, CNRS