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RbSr and KAr geochronologic studies of mantled gneiss domes, Albion Range, Southern Idaho, USA
Abstract Mantled gneiss domes of the Albion Range composed of a Precambrian crystalline complex overlain by Paleozoic sediments metamorphosed during the Mesozoic. A post-kinematic adamellite stockExpand
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Precambrian geochronology and geology of the Boxelder Canyon area, northern Laramie Range, Wyoming
The Laramie granite underlies most of the northern half of the Laramie Range and forms a sharply discordant, nearly horizontal contact with older metamorphic rocks west of Boxelder Creek. SevenExpand
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Precambrian Geochronology of the Medicine Bow Mountains, Southeastern Wyoming
The Medicine Bow Mountains of Wyoming are located in a transitional zone between the 2.5 b.y. old Superior Geochronologic Province to the north and the 1.3 to 1.7 b.y. old Central U.S. GeochronologicExpand
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Geochronology of Precambrian rocks in the Laramie Range and implications for the tectonic framework of Precambrian southern Wyoming
Abstract From Casper Mountain; at its northern end, to the northwestern margin of the Laramie anorthosite—syenite complex, in its central parts, the Laramie Range is underlain by granite and graniticExpand
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IT is often difficult to establish from geological criteria whether a weathering profile formed in the recent past or whether it is relict from a previous weathering regime. The times at which activeExpand
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Rb/Sr Study of the Stony Creek Granite, Southern Connecticut: A Case for Limited Remobilization
The Stony Creek granite is massive to migmatitic rock that crops out in the core of the Stony Creek dome, the most southerly exposed dome along the Branson Hill anti-clinorium. Rb/Sr data do notExpand
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