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Tytuł: Multi-Tool (LA-ICPMS, EMPA and XRD) Investigation on Heavy Minerals from Selected Holocene Peat-Bog Deposits from the Upper Vistula River Valley, Poland
Autor: Szopa, Krzysztof
Skreczko, Sylwia
Chew, David
Krzykawski, Tomasz
Szymczyk, Artur
Słowa kluczowe: heavy minerals; U-Pb dating; CHIME dating; peat; Upper Vistula River Valley
Data wydania: 2020
Źródło: Minerals, Vol. 10 iss. 1 (2020)
Abstrakt: Peat sediments represent important environmental and climatic archives, as well as recording information on the processes a ecting the formation of these deposits; combined these data can be used for paleoreconstruction of peat-bogs. In this paper we characterize heavy mineral-rich sandy layers from two peat-bog sites in Mizerów and Strumie´n (Poland). In both cases, the most common identified mineral suite is: epidote, staurolite, tourmaline (dravite and schörl), garnet, spinel, Al2SiO5 polymorphs (sillimanite, kyanite, andalusite), amphibole (mainly hornblende), pyroxene (e.g., richterite, diopside), perovskite, topaz, cordierite, apatite, monazite, chromite, ilmenite, chlorite, iron oxides, rutile and siderite. This mineral suite is characteristic of a metamorphic aureole surrounding a magmatic body. Pyrite is likely authigenic in origin. Apatite and monazite were employed for U-Pb and CHIME dating, respectively. Based on the U-Pb age information composition and textural features of selected minerals, di erent provenance areas were indicated: the Tatra Massif, the Bohemian Massif, and the Silesian Basin area. Transport of the investigated mineral phases was linked to development of both the Odra (praOdra) and the Vistula valleys.
DOI: 10.3390/min10010009
ISSN: 2075-163X
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