The pressure P - temperature T - time t path of a metamorphic rock is the set of all P-T conditions experienced by a rock during its metamorphic history Figure 1. The trajectory and shape of the P-T path, the rates of metamorphic processes, and the duration of metamorphism are a function of the source of heat and the mechanisms of burial and unroofing if pressure change is involved. Therefore, the shape of the path, combined with time information, provides information about the driving forces of metamorphism. In many cases, P-T information may be known, but not t time information. The next few sections involve discussion of aspects of P-T path trajectories without specific reference to time variables e. For some rocks, the only part of the P-T path recorded in the mineral assemblage and texture of the rock is the 'peak' of metamorphism -- the conditions of the thermal maximum i.
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