Preferential embrittlement of graphitic schists during extensional unroofing in the Alps: the effect of fluid composition on rheology in low-permeability rocks

@article{Selverstone2005PreferentialEO,
  title={Preferential embrittlement of graphitic schists during extensional unroofing in the Alps: the effect of fluid composition on rheology in low-permeability rocks},
  author={J. Selverstone},
  journal={Journal of Metamorphic Geology},
  year={2005},
  volume={23},
  pages={461-470}
}
  • J. Selverstone
  • Published 2005
  • Geology
  • Journal of Metamorphic Geology
  • Interlayered graphitic and non-graphitic schists from the Tauern Window, Eastern Alps, record contrasting mechanical behaviour during extensional exhumation. Graphitic schists contain mesoscale extension fractures, pervasive microcracks in garnet, and abundant secondary fluid inclusion planes; all three types of structures are oriented perpendicular to the stretching lineation. Crack spacings in garnet from graphitic samples are tightly clustered around a mean of 180 μm. Non-graphitic schists… CONTINUE READING
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