Duration of the Formation and Sources of the Granitoids of the Litsk—Araguba Complex, Kola Peninsula
  • 【摘要】

    Postorogenic granitoids of the Litsk—Araguba Complex compose a chain of intrusive bodies around 850 km2 in area, which are confined to the NE-trending deep-seated fault zone. Results of U-Pb zircon da... 展开>>Postorogenic granitoids of the Litsk—Araguba Complex compose a chain of intrusive bodies around 850 km2 in area, which are confined to the NE-trending deep-seated fault zone. Results of U-Pb zircon dating indicate that the formation of granitoids of the Litsk-Araguba Complex lasted 28 + 9 Ma. Note that the rocks of the first—fourth phases have similar age within (1774—1762 Ma), while quartz syenites of the fifth phase were formed much later (1746 ± 8 Ma). The study of Sm-Nd isotopic system revealed that the quartz syenites plot in the field of the Nd isotopic evolution of the lower crust represented mainly by the Pale-oproterozoic garnet granulites with model ages T_(Nd)(DM) = 2.4-2.7 Ga and ε_(Nd)(T) from -5.6 to -6.3. It was found that the near-contact syenites of the Litsk Massif contain composite zircons with an age of 1758 ± 9 Ma. They differ from zircons in coeval porphyraceous granites in lowered U and Th concentrations, which are close to those in zircons from the lower crustal garnet granulites of this region. These data in combination with internal structure of the crystals determine xenogenic lower-crustal origin of zircons from syenites and confirm geochemical data on the lower crustal input in the formation of granitoid melts. 收起<<

  • 【作者】

    V. R. Vetrin 

  • 【刊期】

    Geochemistry International EI SCI 2014年1期

  • 【语种】

    eng