U-Pb, Lu-Hf and O isotopes in zircon from late palaeozoic granites across orogens, Southeastern Australia
Southeastern Australia, part of the Phanerozoic Tasmanides, is a unique region where large amounts of granite (~30% of the surface rocks) with a very wide range of compositions (S-, I- and A-types) were intruded in the Ordovician to Triassic. The distinctive Carboniferous granites in the Lachlan Fold Belt (LFB) are transitional in time and space between the major magmatic episodes of the LFB and New England Orogen (NEO). There was a contemporaneous continental-arc developed in the NEO,...[Show more]
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