Denudational and termal history along a transect across the Lambert Graben, northern Prince Charles Mountains, Antarctica, derived from apatite fission track thermochronology
The denudational history along a transect across the western margin of the Lambert Graben, northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica, is quantified on the basis of thermal history modeling of apatite fission track data from four vertical profiles. Early Cretaceous paleogeothermal gradients estimated from the fission track data increase from ∼19°C km-l ∼50 km west of the rift margin to ∼29°C km-1 within the immediate vicinity of the western master fault. Two discrete phases of enhanced...[Show more]
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