Number 1, January 1998, pp 1 - 148.

    Special Issue on Mid to deep crustal processes in the island arc setting: the metamorphic belts of Japan. Edited by S. Wallis, S. Banno and M. Komatsu

  1. S. Wallis (, S. Banno and M. Komatsu: Introduction: mid to deep crustal processes in the island arc setting: the metamorphic belts of Japan, pp. 1 - 2.
  2. M. Brown ( Unpairing metamorphic belts: P-T paths and a tectonic model for the Ryoke Belt, southwest Japan, pp. 3 - 22.
  3. K. Suzuki ( and M. Adachi: Denudation history of the high T/P Ryoke metamorphic belt, southwest Japan: constraints from CHIME monazite ages of gneisses and granitoids, pp. 23 - 38.
  4. T. Ikeda ( Progressive sequence of reactions of the Ryoke metamorphism in the Yanai district, southwest Japan: the formation of cordierite, pp. 39 - 52.
  5. Y. Osanai (, T. Hamamoto, O. Maishima and H. Kagami: Sapphirine-bearing granulites and related high-temperature metamorphic rocks from the Higo metamorphic terrane, west-central Kyushu, Japan, pp. 53 - 66.
  6. Y. Hiroi (, T. Kishi, T. Nohara, K. Sato and J. Goto: Cretaceous high-temperature rapid loading and unloading in the Abukuma metamorphic terrane, Japan, pp. 67 - 82. Fig.
  7. S. Wallis ( Exhuming the Sanbagawa metamorphic belt: the importance of tectonic discontinuities, pp. 83 - 96.
  8. M. Enami ( Pressure-temperature path of Sanbagawa prograde metamorphism deduced from grossular zoning of garnet, pp. 97 - 106.
  9. S. Suzuki ( and H. Ishizuka: Low-grade metamorphism of the Mikabu and northern Chichibu belts in central Shikoku, SW Japan: implications for the areal extent of the Sanbagawa low-grade metamorphism, pp. 107 - 116.
  10. S. Banno ( Pumpellyite-actinolite facies of the Sanbagawa metamorphism, pp. 117 - 128.
  11. Y. Nishimura ( Geotectonic subdivisions and aerial extent of the Sangun Belt, Inner zone of southwest Japan, pp. 129 - 140. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  12. T. Okudaira, T. Takeshita and M. Toriumi: Discussion: Prism- and basal-plane parallel subgrain boundaries in quartz: a microstructural geothermometer, 141 - 142.
  13. J.H. Kruhl: Reply: Prism- and basal-plane parallel subgrain boundaries in quartz: a microstructural geothermometer, pp. 143 - 146.

    Number 2, March 1998, 149 - 306.

  14. T. Ireland and G. Gibson: SHRIMP monazite and zircon geochronolgy of high-grade metamorphism in New Zealand, pp 149 - 168.
  15. B. Worley ( and R. Powell: Singularities in NCKFMASH (Na2O-CaO-K2O-FeO-MgO-Al2O3-SiO2-H2O), pp. 169 - 188.
  16. R.K. Shaw and M. Arima ( A corundum-quartz assemblage from the Eastern Ghats Granulite Belt, India: evidence for high P-T metamorphism?, pp. 189 - 196.
  17. J.E. Streit and S.F. Cox: Fluid infiltration and volume change during mid-crustal mylonitization of Proterozoic granite, King Island, Tasmania, pp. 197 - 212 .
  18. Neng-Song Chen, Min Sun (, Zhen-Dong You and J. Malpas: Well-preserved garnet growth zoning in granulite from the Dabie Mts, central China, pp. 213 - 222.
  19. E.D. Ghent ( and J.W. Valley: Oxygen isotope study of quartz-Al2SiO5 pairs from the Mica Creek area, British Columbia: implications for the recovery of peak metamorphic temperatures, pp. 223 - 230.
  20. J.R. Ashworth (, V.S. Sheplev, N.A. Bryxina, V.Yu. Kolobov and V.V. Reverdatto: Diffusion-controlled corona reaction and overstepping of equilibrium in a garnet granulite, Yenisey Ridge, Siberia, pp. 231 - 246.
  21. C. Invernizzi (, M. Vityk, G. Cello and R. Bodnar: Fluid inclusions in high pressure/low temperature rocks from the Calabrian Arc (southern Italy): the burial and exhumation history of the subduction-related Diamante-Terranova unit, pp. 247 - 258.
  22. P. Neumayr (, G. Hoinkes, J. Puhl and A. Mogessie: The Meatiq Dome (Eastern desert, Egypt) a Precambrian metamorphic core complex: petrological and geological evidence, pp. 259 - 280.
  23. J.G. Raith ( and S. L. Harley: Low-P high-T metamorphism in the Okiep Copper District, western Namaqualand, South Africa, pp. 281 - 306.

    Number 3, May 1998, pp. 309 - 474.

  24. T.J.B. Holland ( and R. Powell: An internally-consistent thermodynamic dataset for phases of petrological interest, pp. 309 - 343.
  25. K. Attoh ( Models for orthopyroxene-plagioclase and other corona reactions in the Dahomeyide Orogen, West Africa, pp. 345 - 362.
  26. J.E. Greenfield, G.L. Clarke ( and R.W. White: A sequence of partial melting reactions at Mt Stafford, central Australia, pp. 363 - 378.
  27. J. Reche (, F.J. Martinez, M.L. Arboleya, C. Dietsch and W.D. Briggs: Evolution of a kyanite-bearing belt within a HT-LP orogen: the case of NW Variscan Iberia, pp. 379 - 394.
  28. D. Craw ( Structural boundaries and biotite and garnet "isograds" in the Otago and Alpine Schists, New Zealand, pp. 395 - 402.
  29. R. Zurbriggen (, B.S. Kamber, M.R. Handy and T.F. Nagler: Dating syn-magmatic folds: a case study of Schlingen structures in the Strona-Ceneri Zone (Southern Alps, northern Italy), pp. 403 - 414.
  30. L.E. Lagoeiro ( Transformation of magnetite to hematite and its influence on the dissolution of iron oxide minerals, pp. 415 - 423.
  31. S. Jung (, K. Mezger, P. Masberg, E. Hoffer and S. Hoernes: Petrology of an intrusion-related high-grade migmatite - implications for partial melting of metasedimentary rocks and leucosome-forming processes, pp. 425 - 445.
  32. R.A. Cliff (, A.C. Barnicoat and S. Inger: Early Tertiary eclogite facies metamorphism in the Monviso Ophiolite, pp. 447 - 455.
  33. G.D.H. Simpson ( Dehydration-related deformation during regional metamorphism, NW Sardinia. Italy, pp. 457 - 472.

    Number 4, July 1998, pp. 475 - 586.

  34. R.A. Trouw (, L.S.A. Simoes and C.S. Valladares: Metamorphic evolution of a subduction complex, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica, pp 475 - 490.
  35. P. Appel (, A. Moller and V. Schenk: High-pressure granulite facies metamorphism in the Pan-African belt of eastern Tanzania: P-T-t evidence against granulite formation by continent collision, pp. 491 - 510.
  36. I.S. Buick(, I. Cartwright and S.L. Harley: The retrograde P-T-t path for low-pressure granulites from the Reynolds Range, central Australia: petrological constraints and implications for low-P/high-T metamorphism, pp. 511 - 528.
  37. R. Offler (, S. McKnight and V. Morand: Tectonothermal history of the western Lachlan fold belt, Australia - insights from white mica studies, pp. 529 - 538.
  38. S.L. Harley ( Ultrahigh temperature granulite metamorphism (1050°C, 12 kbar) and decompression in garnet (Mg70)-orthopyroxene -sillimanite gneisses from the Rauer Group, East Antarctica, pp 539 - 560.
  39. L.G. Medaris (, J.H. Fournelle, E.D. Ghent, E. Jelinek and Z. Misar: Prograde eclogite in the Gfohl Nappe, Czech Republic: new evidence on Variscan high-pressure metamorphism, pp. 561 - 574.
  40. R. Powell (, T. Holland and B. Worley: Calculating phase diagrams involving solid solutions via non-linear equations, with examples using THERMOCALC, pp. 575 - 586.

    Number 5, September 1998, pp. 591 - 706.

  41. C. Nussbaum (, D. Marquer and G.G. Biino: Two subduction events in a polycyclic basement: Alpine and pre-Alpine high-pressure metamorphism in the Suretta nappe, Swiss Eastern Alps, pp. 591 - 606.
  42. G. Markl (, C.T. Foster and K. Bucher: Diffusion-controlled olivine corona textures in granitic rocks from Lofoten, Norway: calculation of Onsager diffusion coefficients, thermodynamic modelling and petrological implications, pp. 607 - 622.
  43. M.J. Kohn ( and J.W. Valley: Effects of cation substitutions in garnet and pyroxene on equilibrium oxygen isotope fractionation, pp. 623 - 636.
  44. C. Moller: Decompressed eclogites in the Sveconorwegian (Grenvillian) orogen of SW Sweden: petrology and tectonic implications, pp. 637 - 652.
  45. R. Bousquet (, R. Oberhansli, B. Goffe, L. Jolivet and O. Vidal: High pressure-low temperature metamorphism and deformation in the "Bundnerschiefer" of the Engadine window: implications for the regional evolution of the eastern central Alps, pp. 653 - 670.
  46. T.C. McCarthy and A.E. Pano Douce: Empirical calibration of the slica-Ca-tschermak's-anorthite (SCAn) geobarometer, pp. 671 - 682.
  47. J.N. Pedrick, K.E. Karlstrom and S.A. Bowring: Reconciliation of conflicting tectonic models for Proterozoic rocks of Northwestern New Mexico, pp. 683 - 704.

    Number 6, November 1998, pp. 711 - 852.

  48. A. Stallard ( Episodic porphyroblast growth in the Fleur de Lys Supergroup, Newfoundland: timing relative to the sequential development of multiple crenulation cleavages, pp. 711 - 728.
  49. T. Yoshino (, H. Yamamoto and M. Toriumi: Crustal thickening of the lower crust of the Kohistan arc (N. Pakistan) deduced from Al-zoning in clinopyroxene and plagioclase, pp. 729 - 748.
  50. J.K. Vry ( and I. Cartwright: Stable isotope evidence for fluid infiltration during contact metamorphism in a multiply-metamorphosed terrane: the Reynolds Range, Arunta Blaock, central Australia, pp. 749 - 765.
  51. T.H. Bell (, K.A. Hickey and G.J.G. Upton: Distinguishing and correlating multiple phases of metamorphism across a multipy deformed region using spiral, staircase and sigmoidal trails in garnet, pp. 767 - 794.
  52. G.T. Nichols ( and R.A. Wiebe: Desilication veins in the Cadillac Mountain granite (Maine. USA): a record of reversals in the SiO2 solubility of H2O-rich vapour released during subsolidus cooling, pp. 795 - 808.
  53. S.P. Johnson ( and G.J.H. Oliver: A second natural occurrence of Yoderite, pp 809 - 818.
  54. S. Baba ( Proterozoic anticlockwise P-T path of the Lewisian Complex of South Harris, Outer Hebrides, NW Scotland, pp. 819 - 841.