Lithological, rheological, and fluid infiltration control on 40Ar/39Ar ages in polydeformed rocks from the West Cycladic detachment system, Greece

@inproceedings{Cossette2015LithologicalRA,
  title={Lithological, rheological, and fluid infiltration control on 40Ar/39Ar ages in polydeformed rocks from the West Cycladic detachment system, Greece},
  author={{\'E}lise Cossette and David A. Schneider and Clare J. Warren and Bernhard Grasemann},
  year={2015}
}
In situ ultraviolet (UV) laser-ablation 40 Ar/ 39 Ar dating, microstructural analysis, and stable O, H, and C isotope analyses were performed on white mica−bearing calcite− and quartz−mica schists of the West Cycladic detachment system footwall in order to resolve outstanding uncertainties about the timing of deformation and the role of rock rheology on 40 Ar/ 39 Ar dating systematics. In both quartz-rich and calcite-rich samples, deformed and chemically zoned white micas form two chemical… CONTINUE READING

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