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Microstructural Geochronology

Planetary Records Down to Atom Scale

Moser, Desmond / Corfu, Fernando / Darling, James / Reddy, Steven / Tait, Kimberly (eds.)

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1. Auflage Januar 2018
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Microstructural Geochronology

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.

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.
* First compilation of research focusing on the crystal structure, material properties, and chemical zoning of the geochronology mineral archive down to nanoscale
* Novel comparisons of mineral time archives from different rocky planets and asteroids and their shock metamorphic histories
* Fundamentals on how to reconstruct and date radiogenic isotope distributions using atom probe tomography

Microstructural Geochronology 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.

This proposed outline captures the three aspects of crystal records of geologic time in U-Pb dating minerals; patterns in the chemical organization and structure of crystals (cross-cutting or Huttonian time analysis), planetary processes that create microstructure and re-set isotopic clocks, and visualization of the structure of radioisotopes in their host mineral lattice.

Working Table of Contents or Outline of contents

Section A: Chemical microstructure; Zoning and disconformities within geochronology mineral grains

- relative age of zircon zones
- crystallogenesis and zoning relationships in igneous grains
- growth and of radiation damage zones (Earth,Moon, Mars)
- metamorphic overgrowths. Metamorphic resorption, metamorphic recrystallization
- mechanical rounding through sedimentary processes
- zoning and fracturing in Earth's oldest zircon
- zoning in eucrite, lunar and martian zircon
- zoning in solar system baddeleyite

Section B: Microstructure-related age resetting,

- Mineral physics of geochronology minerals (strength of zircon etc.)
- Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) to determine nano-scale microstructure
- Zircon strain chronometry in tectonic settings
- Monazite strain chronometry in tectonic settings
- shock microstructures in zircon, baddeleyite, and monazite on earth and solar system

Section C: 'Seeing Time', Atom probe visualization and enumeration of isotopes in minerals

- atom probe standards and technique in U-bearing minerals
- zircon atom probe tomography, Earth, Moon, Mars
- atom probe of monazite
- atom probe of baddeleyite

Preliminary list of possible contributors to the project and their academic affiliations (for edited project)

Moser, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Corfu, University of Oslo, Norway
Reddy, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Hanchar, Memorial University, Canada
Geisler, Bonn University, Germany
Grimes, Ohio University, USA
Rubatto, Australian National University, Australia
Miller, Vanderbilt University, USA
Shieh, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Langenhorst, Jena University, Germany
Guszik, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Heaman, University of Alberta, Canada
Valley, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Darling, University of Portsmouth, UK
Cavosie/Erickson, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Kaczmarek, University of Lausanne, France
Bingen, Geological Survey of Norway
Seydoux-Guillaume, University of Toulouse, France
Hetherington, Texas Tech University, USA
Sturm, University of Salzburg, Austria
Snoeyenbos, CAMECA, USA
Rayner/ Davis, Geological Survey of Canada
Reinhard and group, CAMECA, USA
Timms, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Crow, UCLA, USA
Jones, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Ozawa, Tohoku University, Japan
Desmond Moser, PhD is Associate Professor, Zircon & Accessory Phase Laboratory, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.

Fernando Corfu, PhD is Professor, Section of Geology and Geophysics, Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo, Norway.

Steven Reddy, is Professor, Curtin University of Technology, Western School of Australian Mines, Australia.

James Darling, PhD is Senior Lecturer, School of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Portsmouth.

Kimberly Tait, PhD is Associate Curator of Mineralogy, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario.