Lecture EIGHT Metamorphism of pelitic rocks (Metapelites – Part I). What is the Metapelites?. Metapelites , are metamorphic rocks, which derived from contact or regional metamorphism of shale or mudstones (clay rich sediments) .
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The metapelites will discuss their metamorphism in the following connditions:
During compaction and diagenesis, changes in mudstones and shale include:
The classical zones of metamorphism in the Scottish Highlands and many other parts of the world include six distinct mineral assemblages that occur in the metapelites.