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Copyright ownerA. Kröner-
Copyright ownerM. Santosh-
Copyright ownerE. Hegner-
Copyright ownerE. Shaji-
Copyright ownerH. Geng-
Copyright ownerJ. Wong-
Copyright ownerH. Xie-
Copyright ownerY. Wan-
Copyright ownerC.K. Shang-
Copyright ownerD. Liu-
Copyright ownerM. Sun-
Copyright ownerV. Nanda-Kumar-
Available Date2017-03-07T03:33:56Z-
Available Date2017-03-07T03:33:56Z-
Date of first publication2014-07-
URIhttp://www.igeodata.org/handle/20.500.11758/348-
AbstractSHRIMP dating of magmatic zircons from granitoid gneisses and charnockites of the Trivandrum and Nagercoil Blocks in the granulite terrane of southernmost India yielded well-defined protolith emplacement ages between 1765 and ca. 2100 Ma and also document variable recrystallization and/or lead-loss during the late Neoproterozoic Pan-African event at around 540 Ma. Hf-in-zircon and whole rock Nd isotopic data suggest that the granitoid host rocks were derived from mixed crustal sources, and Hf–Nd model ages vary between 2.2 and 2.8 Ga. A gabbroic dyke, emplaced into a charnockite protolith and deformed together with it, only containedmetamorphiczirconwhosemeanageof542.3±4.0Mareflectsthepeakofgranulite–faciesmetamor- phism during the Pan-African high-grade event. The Sm–Nd whole-rock isotopic system of several granitoid samples dated in this study was significantly disturbed during granulite–facies metamorphism, most likely due to a CO 2 -rich fluid phase. Whole-rock Nd model ages are consistently older than zircon-derived Hf model ages. The Trivandrum and Nagercoil Blocks are reinterpreted as a single tectono-metamorphic terrane predominantly consisting of Palaeoproterozoic granitoids interlayered with supracrustal rocks that must be older than ca. 2100 Ma. Ductile deformation, migmatization and anatexis have obliterated the original rock relationships. These blocks probably have their counterpart in the Highland Complex of neighbouring Sri Lanka and in the high-grade Palaeoproterozoic terrane of southern Madagascar. We speculate that the southern Indian khondalites may have their counterparts in the khondalite belt of the North China Craton.zh_CN
Languageenzh_CN
PublisherInstitute of Geology Chinese Academy of Geological Scienceszh_CN
Professional thesaurusCharnockitezh_CN
Professional thesaurusLeptynitezh_CN
Software brandPalaeoproterozoic ancestry of Pan-African high-grade granitoids in southernmost India: Implications for Gondwana reconstructionszh_CN
TypeBookzh_CN
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