Petrology and Geochemistry

Dr. Arne Willner

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Arne Willner

Research Interests

Petrology and Crystalline Geology; pressure-temperature-time-deformation paths and geodynamic history of accretionary prisms and collisional wedges; mineral chemistry; geothermobarometry; fluid-rock interactions, geochronology of metamorphic processes; microfabrics; provenance detritus analysis.

Education and degrees

1972        Abitur at Gymnasium Hammonense in Hamm /Germany

1972-78   Study of geology at the universities of Münster (D) and Durham (GB)

1978        Diplom: “Diplomgeologe” at the University of Münster / Germany

1983        Doctoral degree: “ Dr.rer.nat.“ at the University of Münster / Germany

1993        Habilitation “venia legendi” for petrology and geology at the University of   

                Bochum / Germany

2001        Nomination as extraordinary professor at the University of Bochum (D)

Positions held

04/79-04/80     Guest scientist at the University of Tucuman / Argentina

05/80-08/85     Research scientist at the University of Münster / Germany

12/84-02/85    Expert in evaluation team of GTZ GmbH in Saudi-Arabia (Ore prospecting)

01/86-12/90    Assistant professor in mineralogy at the University of  Bochum / Germany

                       (five months guest scientist at UCT Cape Town / South Africa)

01/91-02/93     Research scientist in petrology at the University of Bochum / Germany

03/93-04/95    Substitute of the chair of mineralogy at the University of Frankfurt / Germany

05/95-09/95     Research scientist in petrology at the University of Münster /Germany

19/95-03/97    Substitute of the chair of mineralogy at the University of Mainz / Germany

(also teaching at the Mining University of Freiberg / Germany)

04/97-08/99    Substitute of the chair of geology at RWTH Aachen University / Germany

09/99-09/00    Research scientist in petrology at the University of Bochum / Germany

10/00-07/01    Freelance  translator

08/01-01/04     Research scientist in petrology at the University of  Bochum / Germany

02/04-01/06    Freelance translator, science journalist and research scientist

02/06-02/09    Research scientist at the universities of Bochum and Stuttgart / Germany

11/09-03/10    Short term lecturer of the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD

                       at the universities of Buenos Aires / Argentina and Quito / Ecuador

04/10-09/14    Research scientist at the universities of Bochum and Stuttgart / Germany

10/14-02/16   Substitution of a full professor of petrology at the University of Heidelberg (D)

03/16-10/18    Research scientist at the universities of  Bochum and Stuttgart  / Germany

09/16-04/17    Substitution of a full professor of petrology at RWTH Aachen University (D)

Since 11/18    Research scientist at the University of Bochum / Germany

                       (retired since 1.1.2020)

Current cooperation partners


Florencia Boedo (Buenos Aires)

Camilo de los Hoyos (Mendoza)

Mario Larrovere (La Rioja)

Juan Cruz Martinez (Bahia Blanca)

Graciela Vujovich (Buenos Aires)


Sandra Barr (Wolfville)

Cees van Staal (Vancouver)

Chris White (Halifax)

Alexandre Zagorevski (Ottawa)


Mauricio Calderón (Santiago)

Estanislao Godoy (Santiago)

Francisco Hervé (Santiago)

Fernando Sepúlveda (Santiago)


Xu-Ping Li (Qingdao)


Theo Toulkeridis (Quito)


Axel Gerdes (Frankfurt)

Johannes Glodny (Potsdam)

Thomas Müller (Göttingen)

Rolf Romer (Potsdam)

Jan Schönig (Göttingen)

Sven Sindern (Aachen)

Masafumi Sudo (Potsdam)


Carita Augustsson (Stavanger)


Robert Anczkiewicz (Kraków)

Marek Awdankiewicz (Wroclaw)

Stanislaw Mazur (Kraków)


Victor Puchkov (Ufa/Jekaterinburg)


Uwe Ring (Stockholm)


Taras Gerya (Zürich)


Stuart Thomson (Tucson)

Publication List

85. Willner, A.P., van Staal, C.R. , Glodny, J., Sudo, M. & Zagorevski, A. (2021): Conditions and timing of metamorphism near the Baie Verte Line (Baie Verte Peninsula; NW Newfoundland, Canada), multiple re-activation within a suture zone of an arc-continent collision. In Y. D. Kuiper, J. B.Murphy, R. D. Nance, R. A. Strachan, M. D. Thompson (eds): New Developments in the Appalachian-Caledonian-Variscan Orogen. GSA Special Papers in press

84. Schönig, J., von Eynatten, H., Meinhold, G., Lünsdorf, N.K,  Willner, A.P. & Schulz, B. (2021) Reply to comment on “Deep subduction of felsic rocks hosting UHP lenses in thecentral Saxonian Erzgebirge: Implications for UHP terrane exhumation” Gondwana Research 98, 320-323.

83. Duan, W.-Y., Li, X.-P., Schertl, H.-P., Willner, A.P., Wang, S.-J., Chen, S., Sun, G.-M. (2021): Rodingitization records from ocean-floor to high pressure metamorphism in the Xigaze ophiolite, southern Tibet. Gondwana Research 97, 121-137.FormularbeginFormularende

82. Schönig, J., von Eynatten, H., Meinhold, G., Lünsdorf, N.K,  Willner, A.P. & Schulz, B. (2020) Deep subduction of felsic rocks hosting UHP lenses in the central Saxonian Erzgebirge: Implications for UHP terrane exhumation. Gondwana Research 87, 320-329.

81. Willner, A.P. (2020) Very-low-grade Metamorphism. In: Alderton, D. & Elias, S. A. (eds.): Encyclopedia of Geology, 2nd edition. 2, 513-521, Academic Press (UK)

80. Larrovere, M.A., de los Hoyos, C.R., Willner, A.P., Verdecchia, S.O., Baldo, E:G., Casquet, C., Basei, M.A., Hollanda, M.H., Rocher, S., Alasino, P.H. & Moreno, G.G.  (2020) Mid-crustal deformation in a continental margin orogen: structural evolution and timing of the Famatinian Orogeny, NW-Argentina. Journal of the Geological Society, 177, 233-257,

79. Willner, A.P., Gopon, M., Glodny, J., Puсhkov, V.N. & Schertl, H.-P.(2019). Timanide (Ediacaran–Early Cambrian) metamorphism at the transition from eclogite to amphibolite facies in the Beloretsk Complex, SW-Urals, Russia. Journal of Earth Science, 30, 1144–1165. 10.1007/s12583-019-1249-2.

78. Willner, A.P., Thomson, S.N., Glodny, J., Massonne, H.-J. Romer, R.L, van Staal, C.R. & Zagorevski, A. (2018) Zircon fission track ages from Newfoundland—A proxy for high geothermal gradients and exhumation before opening of the Central Atlantic Ocean. Terra Nova. 2018, 1–10.

77. Schertl, H.-P., Polednia, J., Neuser, R.D. & Willner, A.P. (2018) Natural end member samples of pyrope and grossular: A cathodluminescence-microscopy and –spectra case study. Journal of Earth Science, 29, 989-1004.

76. Willner, A.P., van Staal, C.R., Zagorevski, A., Glodny, J., Romer, R.L. & Sudo, M. (2018) Tectonometamorphic evolution along the Iapetus suture in Newfoundland: evidence for polyphase Salinic, Acadian and Neoacadian very low- to medium-grade metamorphism and deformation. Tectonophysics 742–743, 137-167.

75. Boedo, F.L, Willner, A.P., Vujovich, G.I. & Massonne, H.-J. (2016) High pressure/low temperature metamorphism in the collision zone between the Chilenia and Cuyania microcontinents (Western Precordillera, Argentina). Journal of South American Earth Sciences 72, 227-240.

74. Willner, A.P., Maresch, W.V., Massonne, H.-J., Sandritter, K. & Willner, G. (2016) Metamorphic evolution of blueschists, greenschists, and metagreywackes in the Cretaceous Mt. Hibernia Complex (Jamaica). European Journal of Mineralogy, 28, 1059–1078.

73. Augustsson, C. Willner, A.P., Rüsing, T., Niemeyer, H., Gerdes, A., Adams, C. J. & Miller, H. (2016) The crustal evolution of South America from a zircon Hf isotope perspective. Terra Nova, 28, 128-137.

72. Willner, A.P., Gerdes, A., Massonne, H.-J., van Staal, C.R. & Zagorevski, A. (2015) Crustal evolution of the Northeast Laurentian margin and the Peri-Gondwanan microcontinent Ganderia prior to and during closure of the Iapetus Ocean: Detrital Zircon U-Pb and Hf Isotope evidence from Newfoundland. In: Hibbard,J.P., Pollock, J.C., Murphy, J.B., Van Staal, C.R. & Greenough, J.D. (eds): Reeltime Geological Syntheses. Geoscience Canada Reprint Series 10, 291-310.

71. Larroverre, M.A., Alasino, P.H., De Los Hoyos, C.R. & Willner, A.P. (2015): The Ordovician Las Chacritas pluton (Sierra de Humaya, NW Argentina): origin and emplacement triggered by lateral shortening and magmatic stoping at midcrustal level. International Journal of Earth Sciences 104, 565-586.

70. Willner, A.P., Barr, S.M., Glodny, J., Massonne, H.-J., Sudo, M., Thomson, S.N., van Staal, C.R. &  White, C.E. (2015) Effects of fluid flow, cooling and deformation as recorded by 40Ar/39Ar, Rb-Sr, and zircon fission track ages in very low- to low-grade metamorphic rocks in Avalonian SE Cape Breton Island (Nova Scotia, Canada). Geological Magazine 152, 767-787.

69. Müller, Th., Massonne, H.-J. & Willner, A.P. (2014) Timescales of exhumation and cooling inferred by kinetic modelling: An example using a lamellar garnet pyroxenite from the Variscan Granulitgebirge, E-Germany. American Mineralogist 100, 747-759.

68. Willner, A.P., Tassinari, C.C.G., Rodrigues, J.F.,  Acosta, J., Castroviejo, R. & Rivera, M. (2014) Contrasting Ordovician high- and low-pressure metamorphism related to a microcontinent-arc collision in the Eastern Cordillera of Perú (Tarma Province). Journal of South American Earth Sciences 54, 71-81.

67. Willner, A.P., Gerdes, A., Massonne, H.-J., van Staal, C.R. & Zagorevski, A. (2014) Crustal evolution of the Northeast Laurentian margin and the Peri-Gondwanan microcontinent Ganderia prior to and during closure of the Iapetus Ocean: Detrital Zircon U-Pb and Hf Isotope evidence from Newfoundland.  Geoscience Canada 41, 345-361.

66. Willner, A.P., Gerdes, A., Massonne, H.-J., Barr, S.M. & White, C.E. (2013) Origin and crustal evolution of the Avalonian microplate: evidence from a U-Pb and Lu-Hf isotope study of detrital zircon in Nova Scotia, Canada, and East Belgium. Journal of the Geological Society, London 170, 769–784.

65. Willner, A.P., Massonne, H.-J., Barr, S.M. & White, C.E. (2013) Very low- to low-grade metamorphic processes related to the collisional assembly of Avalonia in SE Cape Breton Island (Nova Scotia, Canada)- Journal of Petrology  54, 1849-1874.

64. Kryza, R., Willner, A.P., Massonne, H.-J.,  Muszynski, A & Schertl, H.P. (2011) Blueschist-facies metamorphism in the Kaczawa Mountains (Sudetes, SW Poland) of the Central-European Variscides: P-T constraints from a jadeite-bearing metatrachyte. Mineralogical Magazine 75, 241–263.

63. Ring, U., Willner, A.P., Layer, P.W. & Richter, P.P. (2012) Jurassic to Early Cretaceous postaccretional sinistral transpression in north-central Chile (latitudes 31–32° S) Geol. Mag. 149,  208–220.

62. Willner, A.P., Massonne, H.-J Ring, U., Sudo, M. & Thomson, S.N. (2012). P–T evolution and timing of a late Palaeozoic fore-arc system and its heterogeneous Mesozoic overprint in north-central Chile (latitudes 31–32°S) Geol. Mag. 149, 177–207.

61. De los Hoyos, C.R., Willner, A.P., Larrovere, M.A, Rossi, J.N., Toselli, A.J. & Basei, M.A.S. (2011) Tectonothermal evolution and exhumation history of the Paleozoic Proto-Andean Gondwana margin crust: The Famatinian Belt in NW Argentina. Gondwana Research, 20, 309-324 doi:10.1016/

60. Willner, A.P., Gerdes, A., Massonne, H.-J. Schmidt, A., Sudo, M., Thomson, S.N. & Vujovich, G. (2011) The geodynamics of collision of a microplate (Chilenia) in Devonian times deduced by the pressure–temperature–time evolution within part of a collisional belt (Guarguaraz Complex, W-Argentina). Contrib Mineral Petrol 162, 303–327

59. Grevel, C., Schreyer, W., Grevel, K.-D., Schertl, H.-P. &  Willner, A.P. (2009): Rare Earth elements (REEs) of the coesite-bearing “pyrope quartzite” and related rocks from the Dora-Maira Massif, Western Alps: Distribution patterns and mobilization-/ fractio-nation-behaviour. Eur. Journ. Mineral 21, 1083-1084.

58. Willner, A.P., Sepúlveda, F.A., Hervé, F., Massonne, H.-J. & Sudo, M. (2009): Conditions and timing of pumpellyite-actinolite facies metamorphism in the Early Mesozoic frontal accretionary prism of the Madre de Dios Archipelago (50°20`S; S-Chile). J. Petrol. 50, 2127-2155.

57. Willner, A.P., Richter, P., Ring, U. (2009) Structural overprint of a late Paleozoic accretionary system in north-central Chile (34°-35°S) during postaccretional deformation. Andean Geology 36, 17-36.

56. Nasdala, L., Kronz, A., Wirth, R., Váczi, T., Pérez-Soba, C., Willner, A.P. (2008): The phenomenon of deficient electron microprobe totals. Geochim.Cosmochim. Acta, 73, 1637-1650.

55. Massonne, H.-J. & Willner, A.P. (2008): Phase relations and dehydration behaviour of psammopelite and mid-ocean ridge basalt at very-low-grade to low-grade metamorphic conditions. Eur. J. Mineral. 20, 867-879.

54. Willner, A.P., Gerdes, A., Massonne, H.-J. (2008): History of crustal growth and recycling at the Pacific convergent margin of South America at latitudes 29°–36° S revealed by a U–Pb and Lu–Hf isotope study of detrital zircon from late Paleozoic accretionary systems. Chemical Geology 253, 114–129

53. Li, Y., Massonne, H.-J., Willner, A.P., Tang, H. & Liu, C. (2008) Dehydration of Clastic Sediments in Subduction Zones: a Theoretical Study Using Thermodynamic Data of Minerals. Island Arc 2008, 1-14, DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-1738.2008.00640

52. Gorczyk, W., Willner, A.P., Gerya, T.V., Connolly, J.A.D. & Jean-Pierre Burg, J.P. (2007): Physical controls of magmatic productivity at Pacific-type convergent margins: Numerical modelling. Physics of Earth and Planet. Interior 163, 209-232.

51. Massonne, H.-J., Willner, A.P. & Gerya, T.V. (2007): Densities of psammopelitic rocks at elevated temperatures and high to ultrahigh pressure conditions: what are the geodynamic consequences? Earth and Planetary Science Letters 256, 12–27.

50. Hervé, F., Faundez, V., Calderón, M., Massonne, H.-J. & Willner, A.P. (2007): Chapter 2: Metamorphic and plutonic basement complexes. In Moreno, Th. & Gibbons, W. (eds.): The Geology of Chile. 5-19, The Geological Society, London.

49. Richter, P., Ring, U., Willner, A.P. & Leiss, B. (2007): Structural contacts in subduction complexes and their tectonic significance: The Late Paleozoic coastal accretionary wedge of central Chile. J. Geol.Soc. London 164, 203–214.

48. Brown, D. Spadea, P., Puchkov V., Alvarez-Maron, J., Herrington, R., Willner, A.P, Hetzel, R., Gorozhanina, Y & Juhlin, C. (2006): Arc continent collision in the Southern Urals. Earth Science Reviews 79,  261-287.

47. Willner, A.P. (2005). Pressure-temperature evolution of an Upper Paleozoic paired metamorphic belt in Central Chile (34°-35°30´S). J. Petrol. 46, 1805-1833.

46. Willner, A.P., Thomson, S.N., Kröner, A., Wartho, J.A., Wijbrans, J and Hervé, F. (2005). Time markers for the evolution and exhumation history of a late Palaeozoic paired metamorphic belt in central Chile (34°-35°30´S). J. Petrol. 46, 1835-1858.

45. Willner, A.P., Thomson, S.N., Hervé, F. & Massonne, H.-J. (2004): Converging PT paths of different HP-LT metamorphic units within a Mesozoic accretionary belt (Diego de Almagro Island / Chile): Evidence for juxtaposition during late shortening of an active continental margin. Mineral. Petrol., 80, 283-310.

44. Willner, A.P., Glodny, J., Gerya, T.V., Godoy, E. & Massonne, H.-J. (2004): A counterclockwise PTt-path in high pressure-low temperature rocks from the Coastal Cordillera accretionary complex of South Central Chile: constraints for the earliest stage of subduction mass flow.- Lithos, 73, 283-310.

43. Willner, A.P., Wartho, J.-A., Kramm, U. & Puchkov, V.N. (2004): Laser 40Ar-39Ar ages of single detrital white mica grains related to the exhumation of Neoproterozoic and Late Devonian high pressure rocks in the Southern Urals (Russia).- Geol. Mag., 141, 161-172.

42. Gerya, T.V., Perchuk, L.L., Maresch W.V. & Willner, A.P. (2004): Inherent gravitational instability of hot continental crust: implication for doming and diapirism in granulite facies terrains. In Whitney, D.I., Teyssier, C. & Siddoway, C.S. (eds.): Gneiss domes in orogeny. Geol. Soc. Amer. Spec. Paper 380, 97-115.

41. Krohe A. & Willner A.P. (2003): Comment on "Strike slip tectonics and granitoid emplacement: an AMS fabric study from the odenwald crystalline complex, SW Germany" by R. O. Greiling and P. K. Verma (2001).- Mineral. Petrol., 78, 269-274.

40. Krohe, A.., Willner, A.P. (2003): Discussion on: Structural evolution of the central part of the Krušné Hory (Erzgebirge) Mountains in the Czech Republic – evidence for changing stress regime during the Variscan – by J. Konopásek, K. Schulmann and O. Lexa, in: J. Struct. Geol., 23 (2001), 1373-1392.- J. Struct.Geol. 25, 1001-1004

39. Gerya, T.V., Perchuk, L.L., Maresch W.V., Willner, A.P., Van Reenen, D.D. & Smit, C.A.. (2002): Thermal regime and gravitational instability of multilayered continental crust: implications for the buoyant exhumation of high-grade metamorphic rocks.- Eur. J. Min. 14, 687-699.

38. Willner, A.P., Sindern, S., Metzger, R., Ermolaeva, T., Kramm, U., Puchkov, V.N., Kronz, A.(2002): Typology and single grain U/Pb systematics of detrital zircon from Neoproterozoic sandstones in the SW Urals (Russia): early time markers at the eastern margin of Baltica.- Precamb. Res. 124, 1-20.

37. Willner, A.P., Ermolaeva, T., Gorozhanina, Y.N., Puchkov, V.N., Kramm, U. & Walter, R.(2002): Surface signals of an arc-continent collision: the detritus of the Upper Devonian Zilair Formation in the Southern Urals / Russia.- in Brown, D. Juhlin, C. & Puchkov, V.N. (eds.): Mountain Building in the Uralides: Pangea to the Present.- Amer. Geophys. Union Monograph 132, 183-209.

36. Willner, A.P., Sebazungu, E., Gerya, T., Maresch, W.V. & Krohe, A..(2002): Numerical modeling of PT-paths related to rapid exhumation of high-pressure rocks from the crustal root in the Variscan Erzgebirge Dome Saxony/Germany.- J.Geodyn. 33, 281-314.

35. Rossi, J.M., Willner, A.P. & Toselli, A.J. (2002): Ordovician metamorphism of the Sierras Pampeanas, Sistema de Famatina and Cordillera Oriental, Northwestern Argentina. In Acenolaza, F.G. (ed.): Aspects of the Ordovician system in Argentina. Serie Correlación Geologica 16, 225-242 (Univ. Tucumán, Argentina)

34. Willner, A.P., Pawlig, S., Massonne, H.-J. & Hervé, F. (2001): Metamorphic evolution of spessartine quartzites (coticules) in the high pressure/low temperature complex at Bahia Mansa (Coastal Cordillera of Southern Central Chile).- Canadian Mineralogist, 39, 1547-1569.

33. Gerya, T., Maresch W.V., Willner, A.P., Van Reenen, D.D. & Smit, C.A.. (2001): Inherent gravitational instability of thickened continental crust related to a low- to medium-pressure granulite facies metamorphism.- Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 190, 221-235.

32. Ring, U., Willner, A.P. & Lackmann, W. (2001): Stacking of nappes with different pressure-temperature paths: an example from the Menderes Nappes of Western Turkey.- Amer. J. Sci. 301, 912-944.

31. Kröner, A.,  Willner, A.P., Hegner, E., Jaeckel, P. and Nemchin, A.. (2001): Single zircon ages, PT evolution and Nd isotopic systematics of high-grade gneisses in southern Malawi and their bearing on the extent of the Mozambique belt into southern Africa.- Precambrian Research, 109, 257-291.

30. Willner, A.P., Ermolaeva, T., Stroink, L., Giese, U., Glasmacher, U.A., Puchkov, V. & Walter, R. (2001): Contrasting provenance signals in Riphean and Vendian sandstones in the SW Urals (Russia): constraints for a change from passive to active continental margin conditions in the Late Precambrian.- Precambrian Research, 110, 215-239.

29. Glasmacher, U.A., Bauer, W., Giese, U., Reynolds, P., Kober,B., Puchkov, V., Stroink, L., Alekssyev, A. & Willner, A.P. (2001): The metamorphic complex of Beloretzk, SW Urals, Russia – a terrane with a polyphase Meso- to Neoproterozoic tectonothermal evolution.- Precambrian Research, 110, 185-213.

28. Willner, A.P., Krohe, A., Maresch, W.V. (2000): Interrelated PTtd-paths in the Variscan Erzgebirge Dome (Saxony/Germany): Constraints for the rapid exhumation dynamics of HP-HT rocks from the root zone of a collisional orogen.- International Geology Reviews, 42, 64-85.

27. Willner, A.P., Herve, F. & Massonne, H.-J. (2000): Mineral chemistry and pressure-temperature evolution of two contrasting levels within an accretionary complex in the the Chonos Metamorphic Complex, Southern Chile.- Journ.Petrol., 41, 309-330.

26. Massonne, H.-J., Munoz, V., Herve, F. & Willner, A.P. (1998): Zussmanite in ferrugineous metasediments from southern Central Chile.- Mineral.Mag., 62, 869-876.

25. Kröner, A. & Willner, A.P. (1998): Time of formation and peak of HP/HT-metamorphism of quartz-feldspar rocks from the Central Erzgebirge (Saxony/Germany).-Contrib.Mineral.Petrol. 132, 1-20.

24. Rötzler, K., Schumacher, R., Maresch, W.V. & Willner, A.P. (1998): Metamorphic and uplift history of high pressure units in the Western Erzgebirge (Saxony; Germany).- Eur.J.Min., 10/3, 261-280.

23. Willner, A.P., Rötzler, K. & Maresch, W.V. (1997): Pressure-temperature and fluid evolution of quartzo-feldspathic metamorphic rocks with a relic high-pressure, granulite-facies history from the Central Erzgebirge (Saxony/Germany).- Journ.Petrol. 38/2, 307-336.

22. Kröner, A., Willner, A.P., Hegner, E., Frischbutter, A., Hofmann, J. & Bergner, R. (1995): Latest Precambrian (Cadomian) zircon ages, Nd isotopic systematics and P-T evolution of granitoid orthogneisses of the Erzgebirge, Saxony and Czech Republic.- Geol. Rundsch., 84, 437-456.

21. Willner, A.P. (1995): Pressure-temperature evolution of a low-pressure amphibolite facies terrane in Central Bushmanland (Namaqua Mobile Belt; South Africa).- Spec.Publ.Comm.Geol.Surv.Namibia, 15, 5-19.

20. Krohe, A. & Willner, A.P. (1995): The Odenwald Crystalline Complex. - in Dallmeyer, R.D., Franke, W. & Weber, K.: Pre-Permian Geology of Central and Eastern Europe.- 174 - 181 (Springer, Heidelberg).

19. Willner, A.P. (1992): Grundlagen zur Dynamik der mittleren Kruste – PT-Pfad, Fluidentwicklung und Fluorverteilung in einer Modellregion im Namaqua Mobile Belt (Südafrika).- 190 S. (Enke-Verlag).

18. Willner, A.P. (1992): Tourmalinites from the stratiform peraluminous metamorphic suite of the Central Namaqua Mobile Belt (South Africa).- Mineralium Deposita, 27, 304-313.

17. Willner, A.P. & Miller, H. (1992): A discussion of: „The structure of the Precambrian and Lower Paleozoic basement of the Central Andes between 22° and 32°S Lat.“ By Mon and Hongn.- Geol. Rundschau, 81, 795-798.

16. Willner, A.P. & Schreyer, W. (1991): A dumortierite-topaz-muscovite fels from the peraluminous metamorphic suite of Bushmanland (South Africa).- N.Jb.Miner.Mh., 1991, 223-240.

15. Willner, A.P., Massonne, H.-J. & Krohe, A. (1991): Tectono-thermal evolution of a part of a Hercynian magmatic arc: The Odenwald (FRG) as an example.- Geol. Rundschau, 80, 369-389.

14. Willner, A.P., Schreyer, W. & Moore, J.M. (1990): Peraluminous metamorphic rocks from the Namaqualand Metamorphic Complex (South Africa): Geochemical evidence for an exhalation-related, sedimentary origin in a Mid-Proterozoic rift system.- Chem. Geol., 81, 221-240.

13. Willner, A.P. (1990): División tectonometamórfica del basamento del Noroeste Argentino.- In: Aceñolaza, F.G., Miller, H. & Toselli, A.J. (eds.): El Ciclo Pampeano en el Noroeste Argentino.- Serie Correlacion Geologica 4, 113-159 (Univ.Nac.Tucumán).

12. Willner, A.P. (1987): Detrital tourmalines as indicators for the source rocks of late Precambrian - Lower Cambrian Greywackes (Puncoviscana Formation) in NW Argentina.- Zbl. Geol. Paläont. Teil I, 1987, 885-891.

11. Willner, A.P., Lottner, U.S. & Miller, H. (1987): Early Paleozoic structural development in the NW Argentine basement of the Andes and its implication for geodynamic reconstructions.- in: McKenzie, G.D. (ed.): Gondwana six - Structure, tectonics and geophysics.- AGU Geopysical monograph 40, 229-239.

10. Rossi de Toselli, J., Toselli, A.J., Willner, A.P. & Medina, M.E. (1987): Geotermobarometria de granate-biotita-cordierita en los gneises de alto grado entre las regiones de Cafayate y Colalao del Valle, Sierra de Quilmes, Argentina.- Actas 10.Congr.Geol.Argent., 3, 25-30.

9. Willner, A.P. & Miller, H. (1986): Structural division and evolution of the Lower Paleozoic basement in the NW Argentine Andes.- Zbl. Geol. Paläont. Teil I, 1985, 1245-1255.

8. Jezek, P., Willner, A.P., Acenolaza, F.G. & Miller, H. (1985): The Puncoviscana Trough - a large basin of Late Precambrian to Early Cambrian age on the Pacific edge of the Brazilian shield.- Geol. Rundschau, 74, 573-584.

7. Willner, A.P., Miller, H. & Jezek, P. (1985): Geochemical features of an Upper Precambrian - Lower Cambrian greywacke/pelite sequence (Puncoviscana trough) from the basement of the NW-Argentine Andes.- N.Jb.Geol.Paläont.Mh., 1985, 498-512.

6. Lissner, G. & Willner, A.P. (1984): Application of EPMA of almandine garnets to regional geological problems in the Lower Paleozoic basement of the NW-Argentine Andes.- J.Phys., Colloque C2, 45, 745-746.

5. In: Aceñolaza, F.G., Miller, H. & Toselli, A. (eds.,1984): La geologia de la Sierra de Ancasti.- Münster.Forsch.Geol.Paläont., 59:

Willner, A.P., Toselli, A.J., Bazan, C. & Vides, M.E.: Rocas metamórficas.- 79-100.

Willner, A.P.: Evolución tectónica.- 157-188.

Willner, A.P.: Evolución metamórfica.- 189-200

4. Willner, A.P. & Miller, H. (1982): Polyphase metamorphism in the Sierra de Ancasti (Pampean Ranges, NW-Argentina) and its relation to deformation.- Actas V. Congr. Latinoamer. Geol., 3, 441-455.

3. Miller, H. & Willner, A.P. (1981): The Sierra de Ancasti (Catamarca Province, Argentina), an example of polyphase deformation of Lower Paleozoic age in the Pampean Ranges.- Zbl. Geol. Paläont. Teil I, 1981, 272-284.

2. Miller, H. & Willner, A.P. (1981): Del sedimento al esquisto: desarrollo de la esquistosidad en el ejemplo del Cerro San Javier, Tucumán.- Actas VIII Congr. geol. argent. San Luis, 4, 979-986.

1. Bischoff, L., Gursky, H.-J. & Willner, A.P. (1980): Tidal sedimentation in the transgressive cycle of the Lower Ordovician in the Eastern Sierra de Guadarrama (Central Spain).- Estud. geol., 36, 221-229.