Early Palaeozoic crustal melting in an extensional setting: petrological and Sm–Nd evidence from the Izera granite-gneisses, Polish Sudetes

  title={Early Palaeozoic crustal melting in an extensional setting: petrological and Sm–Nd evidence from the Izera granite-gneisses, Polish Sudetes},
  author={Teresa Oberc-Dziedzic and Christian Pin and Ryszard Kryza},
  journal={International Journal of Earth Sciences},
The Izera Block in the West Sudetes, which is composed of granites, gneisses (and transitional granite-gneisses) and minor mica schists, is one of the largest outcrops of Early Palaeozoic (ca. 500 Ma) metagranitoid rocks in the basement units of the Variscides of Central Europe. The Izera granites show S-type features: magmatic cordierite, relict garnet and sillimanite, lack of mafic enclaves, and absence of coexisting tonalites and diorites. The paucity of pegmatites indicates that the… 
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  • S. Ilnicki
  • Geology
    International Journal of Earth Sciences
  • 2011
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