U thhe dating of phosphates apatite monazite and xenotime
(1999) Yttrium zoning in garnet: coupling of major and accessory phases during metamorphic reactions.
The MSA/GS has set high standards with the publication of this series as they invariably offer an excellent snap shot of state-of-the-science in a particular area.
This review is no different and offers an incredibly diverse and detailed overview of phosphate minerals.
The section on petrology includes a diverse suite of articles that cover apatite in igneous systems (Piccoli and Candela), apatite, monazite, and xenotime in metamorphic systems (Spear and Pyle), electron microprobe analysis of the aforementioned (Pyle, Spear, Wark), and sedimentary phosphates (Knudesen and Gunter).
The final chapter in this section covers the global phosphorous cycle (Filipelli), which I found to be particularly relevant to my current career as a farmer.
They began publishing these reviews in conjunction with the Geochemical Society in 2001 and the series is now up to volume 53.
The "phosphates" book was the text for a 2-day short course offered at the annual meeting of Geological Society of America in Denver 2002.
(2004) The generation of prograde P-T-t points and paths; a textural, compositional, and chronological study of metamorphic monazite.
(2002) Apatite, monazite, and xenotime in metamorphic rocks.
The Mineralogical Society of America has been publishing this series of reviews for nearly 30 years beginning with the initial volume in 1974 on sulfide minerals.
Hughes Mineralogical Society of America and Geochemical Society Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry, volume 48 2002; paperback, 742 p.; ISBN 0-939950-60-X.
Phosphates: Geochemical, Geobiological, and Materials Importance, 48, p. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry, Mineralogical Society of America, Washington, D.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating