Stolper, Edward (1975) Petrogenesis of eucrite, howardite and diogenite meteorites. Nature, 258 (5532). pp. 220-222. ISSN 0028-0836 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20120820-093854928
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The mineralogical, textural and compositional characteristics of the eucrite meteorites suggest that they are the products of igneous processes. Howardites are polymict breccias containing a variety of fragments, the bulk of which are thought to have crystallised from eucrite and eucrite-related melts. Diogenites are orthopyroxene-rich stones which may represent cumulates from eucrite-related melts. I relate here experimentally determined phase equilibria to the igneous processes which produced the eucrites and their associates.
|Additional Information:||© 1975 Nature Publishing Group. Received July 24; accepted October 9, 1975. I thank Professor Frondel for the sample of Juvinas, the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission for financial aid, and Professor M. O'Hara, Dr R. Hutchison and Dr C. Ford for discussions and criticism.|
|Official Citation:||Petrogenesis of eucrite, howardite and diogenite meteorites 220 EDWARD STOLPER doi:10.1038/258220a0|
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