Loch Burn Formation, Fiordland, New Zealand: SHRIMP U-Pb ages, geochemistry and provenance
New SHRIMP U-Pb ages and geochemical data have been obtained for the volcano-sedimentary Loch Burn Formation (LBF). A rhyolitic; clast from the tops of the Stuart Mountains gave a SHRIMP age of 150.3 ± 1.9 Ma, and a very fine sandstone from the same area
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