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in Central Tibet: an example of post-collision magmatism.
This hiatus, delineated radiometrically by the age of the youngest suprasubduction-zone related volcanism (432 [+ or -] 2 Ma) and oldest non-arc plutonism
(428 [+ or -] 1 Ma) constrains the timing of the closure of the Acadian Seaway and collision of Avalonia with the Ganderian margin of composite Laurentia to the mid-Silurian.
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. Brief history of the Harmonist society, the Utopian society, and Working Men's Institute.
We present detailed whole-rock chemical and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic data of the MMEs and host granitoids from the HP, and use these data to constrain in granitic plutonism
The result is the generation of magma, which can cool slowly deep inside a planetary crust (a process called plutonism
) or be rapidly pushed out onto its surface (volcanism).
A low density was used in the Central System upper crust because of the abundance of granitic lithologies as a result of the extensive Variscan plutonism
, while the density of Cenozoic sediments was averaged from Gomez-Ortiz et al.
and metamorphism in a latest Oligocene metamorphic core complex in northwest Turkey.
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in the upper crust.