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Petrologic and geochemical constraints on the petrogenesis of Permian Triassic Emeishan flood basalts in southwestern China
Abstract The Emeishan flood basalt is a large igneous province erupted during the Permian–Triassic period in southwestern China. Based on petrographic, major and trace element, and Sr–Nd isotopeExpand
Thermo-tectonic destruction of the archaean lithospheric keel beneath the sino-korean craton in china: evidence, timing and mechanism
Abstract Sino-Korean Craton (SKC) in eastern China is an important natural laboratory for studying temporal change to the lithosphere because there is the jutaxposition of Ordovician diamondiferousExpand
Distinct mantle sources of low-Ti and high-Ti basalts from the western Emeishan large igneous province, SW China: implications for plume–lithosphere interaction
Abstract The Late Permian Emeishan large igneous province (ELIP), with an areal extent of over 500,000 km2, at the western margin of Yangtze craton, is increasingly regarded as the result of theExpand
Integration of geology, geophysics and geochemistry: A key to understanding the North China Craton
Archaean–Proterozoic crust, atop a thick (180 km), cold (40 mW/m 2 ), melt-depleted mantle keel, characterised the North China Craton (NCC) at the end of the Precambrian. Differing ages forExpand
Sedimentary evidence for a rapid, kilometer-scale crustal doming prior to the eruption of the Emeishan flood basalts
Biostratigraphic and sedimentologic investigations in 67 sections have been carried out for the Middle Permian Maokou Formation that immediately underlies the Emeishan flood basalts in southwestExpand
Geologic, geochemical, and geophysical consequences of plume involvement in the Emeishan flood-basalt province
Prevolcanic kilometer-scale lithospheric doming in the Emeishan large igneous province, southwest China, allows us to evaluate the spatial and temporal consequences of uplift on the paleogeography,Expand
Lithospheric thinning and destruction of the North China Craton
Lithospheric thinning and destruction of the North China Craton are intensively discussed in recent literature.It is unclear,however,about its time,thinning degree,spatial variation,mechanism andExpand
Temporal–spatial distribution and tectonic implications of the batholiths in the Gaoligong–Tengliang–Yingjiang area, western Yunnan: Constraints from zircon U–Pb ages and Hf isotopes
Abstract Considerable progress has recently been made regarding temporal and spatial distribution of magmatism in the Lhasa Terrane. However the eastward and southeastward correlation of theseExpand
Age and duration of the Emeishan flood volcanism, SW China: Geochemistry and SHRIMP zircon U–Pb dating of silicic ignimbrites, post-volcanic Xuanwei Formation and clay tuff at the Chaotian section
Abstract The age and duration of the Emeishan basalts (SW China) remain poorly constrained largely due to the severe thermo-tectonic overprinting of the Ar–Ar system and failure to obtain zirconExpand
Late Archean to Early Proterozoic lithospheric mantle beneath the western North China craton: Sr Nd Os isotopes of peridotite xenoliths from Yangyuan and Fansi
Abstract Sr–Nd–Os isotopic analyses are presented for peridotite xenoliths from Tertiary alkali basalts in Yangyuan and Fansi with the aim of identifying and characterizing the relics of ancientExpand