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An Integrated Framework for Structural Geology

Kinematics, Dynamics, and Rheology of Deformed Rocks

Wojtal, Steven / Blenkinsop, Tom / Tikoff, Basil

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1. Auflage Juli 2022
608 Seiten, Softcover
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ISBN: 978-1-4051-0684-9
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AN INTEGRATED FRAMEWORK FOR STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY

A modern and practice-oriented approach to structural geology

An Integrated Framework for Structural Geology: Kinematics, Dynamics, and Rheology of Deformed Rocks builds a framework for structural geology from geometrical description, kinematic analysis, dynamic evolution, and rheological investigation of deformed rocks. The unique approach taken by the book is to integrate these principles of continuum mechanics with the description of rock microstructures and inferences about deformation mechanisms. Field, theoretical and laboratory approaches to structural geology are all considered, including the application of rock mechanics experiments to nature.

Readers will also find:
* Three case studies that illustrate how the framework can be applied to deformation at different levels in the crust and in an applied structural geology context
* Hundreds of detailed, two-color illustrations of exceptional clarity, as well as many microstructural and field photographs
* The quantitative basis of structural geology delivered through clear mathematics

Written for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in geology, An Integrated Framework for Structural Geology will also earn a place in the libraries of practicing geologists with an interest in a one-stop resource on structural geology.

Acknowledgements xvii

Website xix

1 A Framework for Structural Geology 1

2 Structures Produced by Deformation 10

3 Microstructures 26

4 Displacements 66

5 Strain 138

6 Stress 217

7 Rheology 292

8 Deformation Mechanisms 367

9 Case Studies of Deformation and Rheology 496

Index 573
Steven Wojtal is Professor of Geoscience at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio, United States.

Tom Blenkinsop is Professor in Earth Science at Cardiff University, United Kingdom.

Basil Tikoff is Professor of Geoscience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States.

S. Wojtal, Oberlin College; T. Blenkinsop, James Cook University