The Proterozoic magmatic and metamorphic history of the Banded Gneiss Complex, central Rajasthan, India: LA-ICP-MS U-Pb zircon contstraints
The Banded Gneiss Complex (BGC) of Rajasthan (NW India) is generally thought to be an Archaean basement terrain that was partially reworked during the Palaeoproterozoic. In the central Aravalli mountains the BGC comprises the inferred Palaeoproterozoic granulite-facies Sandmata Complex (charno-enderbite plutons and supracrustal rocks) and the amphibolite-facies Mangalwar Complex (felsic orthogneisses, amphibolites and supracrustal rocks) of presumed Archaean age. Laser ablation ICP-MS U-Pb...[Show more]
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