Geochemistry, geochronology and petrogenesis of Maya Block granitoids and dykes from the Chicxulub Impact Crater, Gulf of México: Implications for the assembly of Pangea

  title={Geochemistry, geochronology and petrogenesis of Maya Block granitoids and dykes from the Chicxulub Impact Crater, Gulf of M{\'e}xico: Implications for the assembly of Pangea},
  author={Jiawei Zhao and Long Xiao and Sean P. S. Gulick and Joanna V. Morgan and David A. Kring and Jaime Urrutia Fucugauchi and Martin Schmieder and Sietze J. de Graaff and Axel Wittmann and Catherine H. Ross and Philippe Claeys and Annemarie E. Pickersgill and Pim Kaskes and Steven Goderis and Cornelia Rasmussen and Vivi Vajda and Ludovic Ferri{\`e}re and Jean‐Guillaume Feignon and Elise Chenot and Ligia P{\'e}rez‐Cruz and Honami Sato and Kosei E. Yamaguchi},
  journal={Gondwana Research},

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