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Título: The genesis of I- and S-type granitoid rocks of the Early Ordovician Oledo pluton, Central Iberian Zone (central Portugal)
Autor: Antunes, I.M.H.R.
Neiva, A.M.R.
Silva, M.M.V.G.
Corfu, F.
Palavras-chave: ID-TIMS U–Pb ages
Fractional crystallization
I-
Microgranular enclaves
Magma mixing
Ordovician
S-type rocks
Data: 2009
Editora: Elsevier
Citação: ANTUNES, I.M.H.R. [et al.] (2009) - The genesis of I- and S-type granitoid rocks of the Early Ordovician Oledo pluton, Central Iberian Zone (central Portugal). Lithos. 111. P. 168-185.
Resumo: The Early Ordovician Oledo pluton consists of four distinct granodioritic to granitic phase (G1–G4), which intruded a Cambrian schist-metagraywacke complex, but were themselves intruded by a Late Carboniferous pluton. ID-TIMS U–Pb ages for zircon and monazite from these granitic rocks indicate emplacements within a short period of time at 479–480 Ma. Granodiorite G1 is the most deformed rock with shear zones and deformation at the border. G1 and G3 contain fine-grained biotite tonalite and biotite granodiorite microgranular enclaves, which are darker and richer in mafic minerals than the host granodiorites. The geological, mineralogical, geochemical and Sr, Nd and O isotopic data show that tonalitic and granodioritic enclaves and host G1 are of I-type and were related predominantly by a fractional crystallization process. Least-square analysis of major elements and modelling of trace elements indicate that granodioritic enclaves and host G1 could be derived from the tonalitic enclave magma by fractional crystallization of plagioclase, grunerite, biotite and ilmenite. Granodiorite G2 is of hybrid origin. Most variation diagrams for granodioritic enclaves and host G3 granodiorite and their biotites show linear trends. Modelling of major and trace elements of granodioritic enclaves indicate that they result from mixing of relatively primitive granodiorite magma with magma derived from crustal melting. Tonalitic enclaves correspond to globules of a more mafic relatively primitive magma. Granite G4 has the most pronounced crustal signature and is of S-type.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.11/1866
Versão do Editor: www.elsevier.com/ locate/lithos
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