Simon Schorn
Simon Schorn
School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia
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Thermal evolution of an ancient subduction interface revealed by Lu–Hf garnet geochronology, Halilbağı Complex (Anatolia)
A Pourteau, EE Scherer, S Schorn, R Bast, A Schmidt, L Ebert
Geoscience Frontiers 10 (1), 127-148, 2019
Thermal buffering in the orogenic crust
S Schorn, JFA Diener, R Powell, K StŁwe
Geology 46 (7), 643-646, 2018
Details of the gabbro‐to‐eclogite transition determined from microtextures and calculated chemical potential relationships
S Schorn, JFA Diener
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 35 (1), 55-75, 2017
The Plankogel detachment of the Eastern Alps: petrological evidence for an orogen‐scale extraction fault
S Schorn, K StŁwe
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 34 (2), 147-166, 2016
Seemingly disparate temperatures recorded in coexisting granulite facies lithologies
S Schorn, JFA Diener
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 37 (8), 1049-1078, 2019
Dehydration of metapelites during high‐P metamorphism: The†coupling between fluid sources and fluid sinks
S Schorn
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 36 (3), 369-391, 2018
High-temperature metamorphism in the western Namaqua-Natal Metamorphic Province (South Africa): implications for low-pressure granulite terranes
S Schorn
Department of Geological Sciences, University of Cape Town, South Africa, 2019
The contribution of charnockite magmatism to achieve near-ultrahigh temperatures in the Namaqua–Natal Metamorphic Province, South Africa
S Schorn, JFA Diener, D Sorger, C Clark
Lithos, 105585, 2020
The polymetamorphic Saualpe Complex (Austria): Petrological insights from the Permian- & Eoalpine metamorphic events
S Schorn
Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Graz, Austria, 2015
Cataclastic flow and dissolution-precipitation creep in garnet: a hint for high strain rate deformation?
S Schorn
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Padova, Italy, 2012
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