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[mass noun] Alteration of the composition or structure of a rock by heat, pressure, or other natural agency:‘all the rocks were subjected to several phases of metamorphism and deformation’
- ‘Baked contacts with host rocks indicate that metamorphism associated with intrusion predates shearing.’
- ‘Both thrust and normal faults initiated synchronously with Miocene prograde metamorphism and melting, and have moved episodically since then.’
- ‘A striking characteristic of the Hellenides in the Aegean is the southward propagation of nappe emplacement and high - pressure metamorphism.’
- ‘No such difference in the pressure or temperature of metamorphism in the country rock is detectable.’
- ‘However, this age could equally relate to post obduction metamorphism.’
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