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Copyright ownerShoujie Liu-
Copyright ownerYusheng Wan-
Copyright ownerHuiyi Sun-
Copyright ownerAllen P. Nutman-
Copyright ownerHangqiang Xie-
Copyright ownerChunyan Dong-
Copyright ownerMingzhu Ma-
Copyright ownerDunyi Liu-
Copyright ownerBor-ming Jahn-
Available Date2017-03-07T03:36:44Z-
Available Date2017-03-07T03:36:44Z-
Date of first publication2013-08-
URIhttp://www.igeodata.org/handle/20.500.11758/349-
AbstractIn the Caozhuang complex in eastern Hebei, North China Craton, the Paleo- to Eoarchean crustal evolu- tion was earlier revealed by the preservation of detrital zircon grains older than (or as old as) 3.8 Ga in fuchsite-quartzite. In order to test if the Eoarchean antiquity is also preserved in rocks other than the fuchsite quartzite, we collected two paragneisses, a hornblende gneiss and a garnet–biotite gneiss, from Huangbaiyu village and dated their detrital zircon grains. The zircon dating of the hornblende gneiss yielded concordant 207 Pb/ 206 Pb ages ranging from 3684 to 3354 Ma. However, an older date of 3782 Ma with 18% discordancy was also obtained. Detrital zircon grains from the garnet–biotite gneiss gave a similar 207 Pb/ 206 Pb age range, from 3838 to 3342 Ma. The metamorphic domains of the zircon grains from both samples, including the strongly recrystallized cores and rims, recorded an overprinting metamorphism at ca. 2.5 Ga, which correlates with the most widespread tectono-thermal event in the North China Craton. In situ zircon Hf-isotope analyses on the dated zircon grains yielded a wide range of model ages (T DM1 ) from 4.0 to 3.3 Ga with corresponding e Hf(T) from ?36.0 to +4.8. This suggests that the evolution of the crustal segment in this area has involved multiple phases of juvenile crustal addition as well as recycling of older crustal rocks. The new geochronological results imply the presence of a sig- nificant amount of Eoarchean crustal fragments in the eastern Hebei area. The sedimentary protoliths of the paragneisses and other high-grade metamorphic rocks in the Caozhuang complex were probably deposited between 3.4 and 2.5 Ga.zh_CN
Languageenzh_CN
PublisherInstitute of Geology Chinese Academy of Geological Scienceszh_CN
Professional thesaurusDetrital zirconzh_CN
Professional thesaurusEoarcheanzh_CN
Software brandPaleo- to Eoarchean crustal evolution in eastern Hebei, North China Craton: New evidence from SHRIMP U–Pb dating and in-situ Hf isotopic study of detrital zircons from paragneisseszh_CN
TypeBookzh_CN
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