|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|4722962||1639629||2014||22 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||دانلود رایگان|
• The Wulian–Yantai fault is the suture between the South and North China Blocks in the Jiaodong Peninsula.
• Contrasting ages in crustal growth and reworking between the Jiaodong and Jiaobei terranes.
• The Jiaodong terrane records both reworking of ancient crust and growth of juvenile crust in the middle Neoproterozoic.
• The Jiaodong terrane also records the growth of juvenile crust in the middle Paleoproterozoic.
• The Jiaobei terrane records growth of juvenile crust in the Archean and crustal reworking in the Paleoproterozoic.
Zircon Lu–Hf isotopes, together with zircon U–Pb ages, trace elements and O isotopes were analyzed for various types of metamorphic rocks from the Jiaodong and Jiaobei terranes in the Jiaodong Peninsula, east-central China. The results show contrasts in the crustal nature between the two terranes and thus provide constraints on the tectonic suture between the North China Craton and the South China Block in this region. Zircon U–Pb dating for the Jiaodong terrane indicates protolith emplacement mainly in the middle Neoproterozoic and subordinately in the middle Paleoproterozoic. The protolith zircon of Neoproterozoic U–Pb ages exhibits a wide range of ɛHf(t) values from −16.8 ± 1.0 to 5.9 ± 1.0, indicating reworking of both ancient and juvenile crustal rocks during the Neoproterozoic magmatism. Low zircon δ18O values (<5‰) are a diagnostic feature of the Neoproterozoic protolith in the Jiaodong terrane. Growth of the juvenile crust in the middle Paleoproterozoic is also recorded by a few samples. In contrast, zircon U–Pb dating for the Jiaobei terrane yields three episodes of magmatism at ∼2.9, ∼2.7 and ∼2.5 Ga, respectively. Zircon Hf isotope compositions suggest growth of the juvenile crust at the two earlier episodes but reworking at the later episode. The crustal reworking is particularly intensive in the middle Paleoproterozoic, resulting in the diagnostic high-pressure granulite-facies metamorphism at 1.90–1.85 Ga and migmatization at 1.75 Ga. At the same time, remelting of the Archean crust gave rise to the 1.90–1.85 Ga S-type granitic rocks. The zircon of Paleoproterozoic U–Pb ages usually exhibits high δ18O values (7–10‰). Taken together, the crustal nature of the Jiaodong and Jiaobei terranes are generally similar to that of the South China Block and the North China Craton, respectively. This lends support to the contention that the suture between the two collided continents is located along the Wulian–Yantai fault marking the boundary between the Jiaodong and Jiaobei terranes.
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Journal: Precambrian Research - Volume 245, May 2014, Pages 29–50