Lateral magma propagation during the emplacement of La Gloria Pluton, central Chile

@inproceedings{Gutirrez2018LateralMP,
  title={Lateral magma propagation during the emplacement of La Gloria Pluton, central Chile},
  author={Francisco J. Guti{\'e}rrez and Italo Payac{\'a}n and D Szymanowski and Marcel Guillong and Olivier Bachmann and Miguel Angel Parada},
  year={2018}
}
La Gloria Pluton (LGP) in central Chile is a shallow, north-northwest–elongated granitoid body of 18 km length and 4–6 km width, belonging to a regional north-south trend of Miocene plutons, from the San Francisco Batholith and porphyries in the north, to Mesón Alto, and San Gabriel in the south. New U-Pb zircon ages of the LGP indicate that crystallization occurred mostly within an interval between 11.3–10.2 Ma, with a pattern of decreasing ages along the pluton axis from south to north. The… CONTINUE READING

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