Chapter III. Further readings

Best, M.G. (2002): Igneous and metamorphc petrology. Wiley, 2nd Edition, 752 p.

Best, M.G., Christiansen, E.H. (2001): Igneous Petrology. Oxford Blackwell Science, 458 p.

Bowes, D.R. (ed.) (1989): The Encyclopedia of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 666p (Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series)

Cas, R A.F., Wright, J.V. (1988): Volcanic successions: Modern and ancient. A geological approach to processesm products and successions. Unwin Hyman, 528. p.

Deer, W.A., Howie, R.A., Zussmann, J. (1992): An Introduction to the Rock-Forming Minerals Second Edition – Longman Scientific & Technical, 696p

Fisher, R.V., Schmincke, H.U. (1984): Pyroclastic rocks. Springer-Verlag, 472 p.

Francis, P (1993): Volcanoes: a planetary perspective. Oxford University Press, 443 p

Gill, R. (1997): Modern analytical geochemistry. Harlow, Longman, 329 p.

Gill, R. (2010): Igneous rocks and processes. A practical guide. Wiley-Blackwell, 428 p.

Harangi Sz. (2011): Vulkánok. A Kárpát-Pannon térség tűzhányói. GeoLitera, Szeged , 2011. 440 p. (ISBN:978-963-306-110-7)

Hibbard, M.J. (1995):Petrography to Petrogenesis. Prentice Hall, 587 p.

Kubovics, I. (1993): Kőzetmikroszkópia I.-II. Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, I.: 361p, II.: 596p

LeMaitre, R.W. (1989): A Classification of Igneous Rocks and Glossary of Terms. Blackwell Scientific Publications, 193p.

Lexa J, Seghedi I, Németh K, Szakács A, Koneĉny V, Pécskay Z, Fülöp A, Kovacs M (2010): Neogene-Quaternary volcanic forms in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region: a review. Central European Journal of Geosciences 2, 207–270.

Lockwood, J.P., Hazlett, R.W. (2010): Volcanoes: Global perspectives. Wiley-Blackwell, 539. p.

MacKenzie, W.S., Adams, A.E. (1994): A Colour Atlas of Rocks and Minerals in Thin Section. Manson Publishing, London, 192p.

MacKenzie, W.S., Donaldson, C.H., Guilford, C. (1982): Atlas of igneous rocks and their textures – Longman Group UK, 148p

Martin, U., Németh, K. (2004) Mio/Pliocene phreatomagmatic volcanism in the Western Pannonian Basin. Geologica Hungarica, Series Geologica tomus 26, Budapest, ISBN:963-671-238-7, 191 p.

McBirney, A.R. (2007): Igneous Petrology. Jones & Bartlett Learning, 550 p.

McPhie, J., Doyle, M., Allen, R., Allen, R.L. (1993):Volcanic textures: a guide to the interpretation of textures in volcanic rocks. Centre for Ore Deposit and Exploration Studies, University of Tasmania, 198 p.

Németh K., Martin, U. (2007): Practical volcanology - Lecture notes for understanding volcanic rocks from field based studies. Geological Institute of Hungary, 221 p.

Rollinson, H.R. (1993):Using Geochemical Data: Evaluation, Presentation, Interpretation. Longman Scientific & Technical, 352 p.

Schmincke, H.U. (2004): Volcanism. Springer-Verlag, 324 p.

Shelley, D. (1985): Optical Mineralogy; Second Edition – Elsevier, NewYork-Amsterdam-Oxford, 321p.

Shelley, D. (1993): Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks under the Microscope – Classification, Textures, Microstructures and Mineral Preferred-Orientations. Chapman & Hall, London-Glasgow-New York-Tokyo-Melbourne-Madras, 445p

Sigurdsson, H. (szerkesztő, 2000): Encyclopedia of volcanoes. Academic Press, 1417 p.

Vernon, H. (2004): A Practical Guide to Rock Microstructure. Cambridge University Press, 594p

White, W.M. (2013): Geochemistry. Wiley-Blackwell, 668 p.

Wilson, M. (1989): Igneous petrogenesis. A Global Tectonic Approach. Unwin Hyman, 496 p.

Winter, J.D. (2010):Principles of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology. Prentice Hall, 720 p.