Podrobnosti záznamu

Název
    High-pressure granulites: formation, recovery of peak conditions and implications for tectonics
Údaj o odpovědnosti
    Patrick J. O´Brien, Jochen Rötzler
Autor
    O´Brien, Patrick J.
    Rötzler, Jochen
Jazyk
    anglicky
Zdrojový dokument - seriál
    Journal of Metamorphic Geology
Svazek/č.
    Vol. 21, no. 1
Strany
    p. 3-20
Rok
    2003
Poznámky
    4 obr., 3 fot., 1 tab., 5 s. bibl.
    il.
    Zkr. název ser.: J. metamorph. Geol.
Předmětová skupina
    eklogit
    granulit
    krystalinikum Českého masivu
    metamorfóza vysokotlaká
    perthit
    petrogeneze
    symplektit
    teplota
    tlak
    vrásnění variské
    xenolit
    živce
Geografické jméno
    Afrika
    Česká republika
    Čína
    Francie
    Kanada
    Polsko - jihozápad
    Rakousko-Niederösterreich
    SRN
    Španělsko
Klíčové slovo
    Conditions
    Formation
    Granulites
    High-pressure
    Implications
    Peak
    Recovery
    Tectonics
Abstrakt (anglicky)
   High-pressure granulites are characterised by the key associations garnet-clinopyroxene-plagioclase-quartz (in basic rocks) and kyanite-K-feldspar (metapelites and felsic rocks) and are typically orthopyroxene-free in both basic and felsic bulk compositions. In regional metamorphic areas, two essential varieties exist: a high- to ultrahigh-temperature group and a group representing overprinted eclogites. The high- to ultrahigh-temperature type formerly contained high-temperature ternary feldspar (now mesoperthite) coexisting with kyanite, is associated with garnet peridotites, and formed at conditions above 900 °C and 1.5 GPa. Clinopyroxene in subordinate basic rocks is Al-rich and textural evidence points to a high-pressure-high-temperature melting history. The second variety contains symplectite-like or poikilitic clinopyroxene-plagioclase intergrowths indicating former plagioclase-free, i.e. eclogite facies assemblages.
   This type of rock formed at conditions straddling the high-pressure amphibolite/high-pressure granulite field at around 700-850 °C, 1.0-1.4 GPa. Importantly, in the majority of high-pressure granulites, orthopyroxene is secondary and is a product of reactions at pressures lower than the peak recorded pressure. In contrast to low- and medium-pressure granulites, which form at conditions attainable in the mid to lower levels of normal continental crust, high-pressure granulites (of nonxenolith origin) mostly represent rocks formed as a result of short-lived tectonic events that led to crustal thickening or subduction of the crust into the mantle. Short times at high-temperature conditions are reflected in the preservation of prograde zoning in garnet and pyroxene. High-pressure granulites of both regional types, although rare, are known from both old and young metamorphic terranes (e.g. c.
   45 Ma, Namche Barwa, E Himalaya; 400-340 Ma, European Variscides; 1.8 Ga Hengshan, China; 1.9 Ga, Snowbird, Saskatchewan and 2.5 Ga Jianping, China). This spread of ages supports proposals suggesting that thermal and tectonic processes in the lithosphere have not changed significantly since at least the end of the Archean
Přispěvatel
    Česká geologická služba
Kód přispěvatele
    ČGS (UNM)
Zdrojový formát
    U
Datum vložení
    24. 10. 2007
Datum importu
    8. 8. 2012