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Title: Magma hybryzidation in the Western Tatra Mts. granitoid intrusion (S-Poland, Western Carpathians)
Authors: Burda, Jolanta
Gawęda, Aleksandra
Klotzli, Urs
Keywords: Karpaty Zachodnie; hybrydyzacja magmy; intruzje granitoidowe
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Mineralogy and Petrology, No. 103 (2011), s. 19-36
Abstract: In the Variscan Western Tatra granites hybridization phenomena such as mixing and mingling can be observed at the contact of mafic precursors of dioritic composition and more felsic granitic host rocks. The textural evidence of hybridization include: plagioclase–K-feldspar–sphene ocelli, hornblende- and biotite-rimmed quartz ocelli, plagioclase with Ca-rich spike zonation, inversely zoned K-feldspar crystals, mafic clots, poikilitic plagioclase and quartz crystals, mixed apatite morphologies, zoned K-feldspar phenocrysts. The apparent pressure range of the magma hybridization event was calculated at 6.1 kbar to 4.6 kbar, while the temperature, calculated by independent methods, is in the range of 810°C−770°C. U-Pb age data of the hybrid rocks were obtained by in-situ LA-MC-ICP-MS analysis of zircon. The oscillatory zoned zircon crystals yield a concordia age of 368±8 Ma (MSWD=1.1), interpreted as the age of magma hybridization and timing of formation of the magmatic precursors. It is the oldest Variscan magmatic event in that part of the Tatra Mountains.
DOI: 10.1007/s00710-011-0150-1
ISSN: 0930-0708
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