Number 1, January 1995, pp 1 - 140.

    Special Issue on Cordilleran High-Pressure Metamorphic Terranes. Edited by B.E. Patrick and H.W. Day

  1. B.E. Patrick and H.W. Day: Cordilleran high-pressure metamorphic terranes: progress and problems.
  2. C. Dusel-Bacon (, V.L. Hansen and J.A. Scala: High-pressure amphibolite facies dynamic metamorphism and the Mesozoic tectonic evolution of an ancient continental margin, east-central Alaska.
  3. S.M. Roeske, C. Dusel-Bacon, J.N. Aleinikoff, L.W. Snee and M.A. Lanphere Metamorphic and structural history of continental crust at a Mesozoic collisional margin, the Ruby terrane, central Alaska.
  4. A.B. Till and L.W. Snee: 40Ar/39Ar evidence that formation of blueschists in continental crust was synchronous with foreland fold and thrust belt deformation, western Brooks Range, Alaska.
  5. M. Brocker ( and H.W. Day: Low-grade blueschist facies metamorphism of metagreywackes, Franciscan complex, northern California.
  6. C.E. Jacobsen: Qualitative thermobarometry of inverted metamorphism in the Pelona and Rand schists, southern California, using calciferous amphibole in mafic schist.
  7. J.W. Goodge: Pre-Middle Jurassic accretionary metamorphism in the southern Klamath Mountains of northern California, USA.
  8. B. Patrick: High-pressure-low-temperature metamorphism of granitic orthogneiss in the Brooks Range, northern Alaska.
  9. K.A. Hannula and M.O. McWilliams: Reconsideration of the age of blueschist facies metamorphism on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska, based on phengite 40Ar/39Ar results.

    Number 2, March 1995, pp 141 - 329.

  10. R.Arenas, F.J. Rubio Pascual, F. Diaz Garcia and J.R. Martinez Catalan: High-pressure micro-inclusions and development of an inverted metamorphic gradient in the Santiago Schists (Ordones Complex, NW Iberian Massif, Spain): evidence of subduction and collisional decompression.
  11. S.E. Johnson and R.H. Vernon: Stepping stones and pitfalls in the determination of an anticlockwise P-T-t-deformation path: the low-P, high-T Cooma Complex, Australia.
  12. R.A. Jamieson (, N.G. Culshaw and D. Corrigan: North-west propagation of the Grenville orogen: Grenvillian structure and metamorphism near Key Harbour, Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada.
  13. P.H. Reynolds, N.G. Culshaw, R.A. Jamieson, S.L. Grant and K.J. McKenzie: 40Ar/39Ar traverse - Grenville Front Tectonic Zone to Britt Domain, Grenville Province, Ontario, Canada.
  14. G.T. Nichols: The role of mylonites in the uplift of an oblique lower crustal section, East Antarctica.
  15. E.L. Johnson and L.S. Hollister: Syndeformational fluid trapping in quartz: determining the pressure-temperature conditions of deformation from fluid inclusions and the formation of pure CO2 fluid inclusions during grain boundary migration.
  16. M.J. Kohn, F.S. Spear, T.M. Harrison and I.W.D. Dalziel: 40Ar/39Ar geochronology and P-T-t paths from the Cordillera Darwin metamorphic complex, Tierra del Fuego, Chile.
  17. R.D. Dallymeyer, A. Takasu and K. Yamaguchi: Mesozoic tectonothermal development of the Sambagawa, Mikabu and Chichibu belts, south-west Japan: evidence from 40Ar/39Ar whole-rock phyllite ages.
  18. S.K. Sen, S. Bhattacharya and A. Acharyya: A multi-stage pressure-temperature record in the Chilka Lake granulites: the epitome of the metamorphic evolution of eastern Ghats, India?
  19. J.J. Ague: Deep crustal growth of quartz, kyanite and garnet into large-aperture, fluid-filled fractures, north-eastern Connectitut, USA.
  20. Seung Ryeol Lee and Moonsup Cho: Tectonometamorphic evolution of the Chuncheon amphibolite, central Gyeonggi massif, South Korea.

    Number 3, May 1995, pp 331 - 448.

  21. N. Audibert, B.J. Hensen ( and P. Bertrand: Experimental study of phase relations involving osumlite in the system K2O-FeO-MgO-Al2O3-SiO2-H2O at high pressure and temperature.
  22. D.L. Hall and S.M. Sterner: Experimental diffusion of hydrogen into synthetic fluid inclusions in quartz.
  23. M.Q. Jan and A. Karim: Coronas and high-P veins in metagabbros of the Kohistan island arc, northern Pakistan: evidence for crustal thickening during cooling.
  24. R. Tribuzio (, M.P. Riccardi and L. Ottolini: Trace element redistribution in high-temperature deformed gabbros from East Ligurian ophiolites (Northern Apennines, Italy): constraints on the origin of syndeformational fluids.
  25. Aley El Din K. El Shazly ( Petrology of Fe-Mg carpholite-bearing metasediments from NE Oman.
  26. I. Cartwright ( and I.S. Buick: Formation of wollastonite-bearing marbles during late regional metamorphic channelled fluid flow in the Upper Calcsilicate Unit of the Reynolds Range Group, Central Australia.
  27. J. Ganguly, R.H. Singh and D.V. Ramana: Thermal pertubation during charnockitization and granulite facies metamorphism in southern India.
  28. A.J. Zingg: Continuous reactions with amphibole, garnet and plagioclase.

    Number 4, July 1995, pp 449-536.

  29. A.I. Okay: Paragonitic eclogites from Dabie Shan, China: reequilibration during exhumation?
  30. P.G. Andréasson ( and R.D. Dallmeyer: Tectonothermal evolution of high-alumina rocks within the Protogine Zone, southern Sweden.
  31. A. Indares: Metamorphic interpretation of high-pressure/temperature metapelites with preserved growth zoning in garnet, eastern Grenville Province, Canadian Shield.
  32. P. Schiffman (schiffman@geology.ucdavis.ed) and H. Staudigel: The smectite to chlorite transition in a fossil seamount hydrothermal system: The Basement Complex of La Palma, Canary Islands.
  33. K. Brodie: The development of orientated symplectites during deformation.
  34. M.R. St-Onge ( and S.B. Lucas: Large-scale fluid infiltration, metasomatism and re-equilibration of Archaen basement granulites during Paleoproterozoic thrust belt construction, Ungava Orogen, Canada.

    Number 5, September 1995, pp 537-644.

  35. E. Schmädicke (, K. Mezger, M.A. Cosca and M. Okrusch: Variscan Sm-Nd and Ar-Ar ages of eclogite facies rocks from the Erzebirge, Bohemian Massif.
  36. U. Altenberger: Local disequilibrium of plagioclase in high-temperature shear zones of the Ivrea Zone, Italy.
  37. R.J. Merriman (, B. Roberts, D.R. Peacor and S.R. Hirons: Strain-related differences in the crystal growth of white mica and chlorite: a TEM and XRD study of the development of metapelitic microfabrics in the Southern Uplands thust terrane, Scotland.
  38. N.E. Kitchen and J.W. Valley ( Carbon isotope thermometry in marbles of the Adirondack Mountains, New York.
  39. A.M. Macfarlane ( An evaluation of the inverted metamorphic gradient at Langtang National Park, Central Nepal Himalaya.
  40. D.P Carrington ( and S.L. Harley: The stability of osumilite in metapelitic granulites.
  41. M.W. Nyman (, R.D. Law and S.S. Morgan: Conditions of contact metamorphism, Papoose Flat Pluton, eastern California: implications for cooling and strain histories.

    Number 6, November 1995, pp 645 - 782.

  42. L.L. Pryer and P.-Y.F. Robin: Retrograde metamorphic reactions in deforming granites and the origin of flame perthite.
  43. Ru-yuan Zhang, T. Hirajima, S. Banno, Bolin Cong and J.G. Liou: Petrology of ultrahigh-pressure rocks from the southern Su-Lu region, eastern China.
  44. B. Dutrow ( and D. Norton: Evolution of fluid pressure and fracture propagation during contact metamorphism.
  45. B. Cesare (A45700@PDARI.PD.CNR.IT) and L.S. Hollister: Andalusite- bearing veins at Vedrette di Ries (eastern Alps, Italy): fluid phase composition based on fluid inclusions.
  46. S.W. Faryad ( Phase petrology and P-T conditions of mafic blueschists from the Meliata unit, West Carpathians, Slovakia.
  47. G.L. Clarke (, R. Powell and R.H. Vernon Reaction relationships during retrograde metamorphism at Olary, South Australia.
  48. Y. Nakashima ( Transport model of buoyant metamorphic fluid by hydrofracturing in leaky rock.
  49. A.J. Barker: Post-entrapment of fluid inclusions due to overpressure: evidence from natural samples.
  50. I.P. Burgess, M. Brown (, R.D. Dallmeyer and C.R. Van Staal: Microstructure, metamorphism, thermochronology and P-T-t-deformation history of the Port aux Basques gneisses, southwest Newfoundland, Canada.