Zelazniewicz, Andrej; Fanning, Christopher; Achramowicz, Stanislaw
The eastern part of the Lusatian-Izera Massif, West Sudetes, comprises different types of gneissose rocks, collectively known as the Izera gneisses, with a subordinate component of petrographically varied mica schists. Coarse-grained gneisses and their protoliths have been dated at 515-480 Ma, but the lack of age data for other rocks has impeded accounts of their mutual relationships and, thus, the region's geological evolution. This paper reports new sensitive high-mass resolution ion...[Show more]
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