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ISSN: 0263-4929

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Journal of Metamorphic Geology is a journal indexed in SJR in Geology and Geochemistry and Petrology with an H index of 108. It has a price of 2650 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,784 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Best articles

A re-evaluation of eclogite facies metamorphism in SW Japan: proposal for an eclogite nappe

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Amphibolite to granulite transition in aluminous greywackes from the Sierra de Comechingones, Cordoba, Argentina

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Amphibolites with staurolite and other aluminous minerals: calculated mineral equilibria in NCFMASH

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Andalusite-sillimanite-quartz veins as indicators of low-pressure-high-temperature deformation during late-stage unroofing of a metamorphic core complex, Turkey

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Application of K-feldspar-jadeite-quartz barometry to eclogite facies metagranites and metapelites in the Sesia Lanzo Zone (Western Alps, Italy)*

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Approaches to equilibrium in the distribution of trace elements among the principal minerals in a high-grade metamorphic terrane

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Behaviour of rigid objects during deformation and metamorphism: a test using schists from the Bolton syncline, Connecticut, USA

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Borosilicate- and phengite-bearing veins from the Grenville Province of Labrador: evidence for rapid uplift

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Can a reaction be written between a set of minerals within error?

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Comparison of diagenetic and low-grade metamorphic evolution of chlorite in associated metapelites and metabasites: an integrated TEM and XRD study

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Complex microstructures preserved in rocks with a simple matrix: significance for deformation and metamorphic processes

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Computer experiments to investigate complex fibre patterns in natural antitaxial strain fringes

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Cr-rich magnesiochloritoid eclogites from the Monviso ophiolites (Western Alps, Italy)

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Crack-fill porphyroblastesis

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Cretaceous evolution of a metamorphic core complex, the Veporic unit, Western Carpathians (Slovakia): P-T conditions and in situ40Ar/39Ar UV laser probe dating of metapelites

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Cretaceous high-P granulites at Milford Sound, New Zealand: metamorphic history and emplacement in a convergent margin setting

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Crustal thickening and ductile extension in the NE Greenland Caledonides: a metamorphic record from anatectic pelites

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Deep subduction of mantle-derived garnet peridotites from the Su-Lu UHP metamorphic terrane in China

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Deformation, high-pressure metamorphism and exhumation of ultramafic rocks in a deep subduction/collision setting (Cabo Ortegal, NW Spain)

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Deformation, mass transfer and mineral reactions in an eclogite facies shear zone in a polymetamorphic metapelite (Monte Rosa nappe, western Alps)

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Dehydration melting and devolatilization during exhumation of high-grade metapelites: the Tatra Mountains, Western Carpathians

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Development of garnet porphyroblasts by multiple nucleation, coalescence and boundary misorientation-driven rotations

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Diffusion creep and partial melting in high temperature mylonitic gneisses, Hope Valley shear zone, New England Appalachians, USA

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Dissolution and precipitation processes in deformed amphibolites: an example from the ductile shear zone of the Ryoke metamorphic belt, SW Japan

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