The South Patagonian batholith: 150 my of granite magmatism on a plate margin
A new database of 70 U-Pb zircon ages (mostly determined by SHRIMP) indicates that the South Patagonian batholith resulted from the amalgamation of subduction-related plutons from the Late Jurassic to the Neogene. Construction of the batholith began with
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