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PEARCE.PLOT; interactive graphics-supported software for testing petrologic hypotheses with Pearce element-ratio diagrams


, : PEARCE.PLOT; interactive graphics-supported software for testing petrologic hypotheses with Pearce element-ratio diagrams. American Mineralogist 74(1-2): 273-276



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Stanley C.R.; Russell J.K., 1989: PEARCE.PLOT; a Turbo-Pascal program for the analysis of rock compositions with Pearce element ratio diagrams. Pearce element ratios can be used to test specific hypotheses concerning igneous differentiation processes. Pearce element ratio diagrams can be employed to recognize cogenetic rock analyses, the minerals involved in differentiation, and the compo...

Stanley C.R.; Russell J.K., 1989: Petrologic hypothesis testing with Pearce element ratio diagrams; derivation of diagram axes. In petrology, Pearce element ratio (PER) diagrams have been used: i) to determine whether members of a rock suite are co-genetic, ii) to identify the minerals involved in differentiation processes, and iii) to evaluate the extent to which those mi...

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Russell J.K.; Nicholls J., 1988: Analysis of petrologic hypotheses with Pearce element ratios. Pearce element ratios can test whether the members of a rock suite are comagmatic and can illustrate the causes of chemical diversity in comagmatic suites. Comagmatic rocks have constant ratios for elements conserved in the system during changes t...

Clifford R.Stanley, 1993: Effects of non-conserved denominators on Pearce element ratio diagrams. Pearce element ratios (PER's) have “conserved” denominators which have not participated in the material transfer processes that cause chemical variations in rocks. Theoretically, there is no truly conserved element (constituent) which can...

Hartono U., 1994: The use of Pearce element ratio diagrams to the Wilis magmatic differentiation. Jurnal Geologi dan Sumberdaya Mineral = Journal of Geology and Mineral Resources 4(37): 13-19

Stanley Clifford R., 1990: Error propagation and regression on Pearce element ratio diagrams. Short Course Notes - Geological Association of Canada 8: 179-215

Stanley C.R.; Russell J.K., 1990: Derivation of axis coefficients for Pearce element ratio diagrams. Bulletin New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources: Pages 252. 1990.

Stanley Clifford R.; Russell J.K., 1990: Matrix methods for the development of Pearce element ratio diagrams. Short Course Notes - Geological Association of Canada 8: 131-156

Nicholls James; Gordon Terence M., 1994: Procedures for the calculation of axial ratios on Pearce element-ratio diagrams. The derivation of ratios for plotting on Pearce element-ratio diagrams is facilitated by casting the problem in terms of linear algebra. Two types of systems of linear equations result: systems of homogeneous equations and systems of non-homogeneo...