Baddeleyite: A promising geochronometer for alkaline and basic magmatism

@article{Bayanova2006BaddeleyiteAP,
  title={Baddeleyite: A promising geochronometer for alkaline and basic magmatism},
  author={Tamara B. Bayanova},
  journal={Petrology},
  year={2006},
  volume={14},
  pages={187-200}
}
The paper is devoted to the history of the discovery, petrological and mineralogical characterization, and U-Pb dating of baddeleyite ZrO2, which was separated from various Archean, Proterozoic, and Paleozoic rocks from Fennoscandia. The morphology of this mineral and its U-Pb age values were examined in the Archean carbonatites (2613 ± 18 Ma) of Siilinjarvi, Finland, and gabbronorite dikes (2738 ± 6 Ma) at the Kirovogorskoe deposit. U-Pb isochrons are reported for the baddeleyite-zircon pair… 
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