Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Zircon
Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Zircon

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  1. Age and geochemical characteristics of bimodal magmatism in the Neoproterozoic Grandfather Mountain rift basin
Fetter, A.H.; GOLDBERG, S.A.
In: Journal of Geology, 103, No. 3, 313-326
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  2. Age of initial oceanic magmatism in the Late Proterozoic Arabian Shield
Kroner, A.; PALLISTER, J.S.; FLECK, R.J.
In: Geology, 20, No. 9, 803-806
Kroner, A. (Author)550.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Age, correlation, and provenance of the Neoproterozoic Skelton Group, Antarctica: Grenville age detritus on the margin of East Antarctica
Wysoczanski, R.J.; Allibone, A.H.
In: Journal of Geology, 112, No. 4, 401-416
Wysoczanski, R.J. (Author)550.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Analytical techniques for the determination of 208Pb/232 Th ages of monazite and zircon at the Geochronology laboratory, Geological Survey of Canada : In: Radiogenic Age and isotopic Studies : Report 11
Davis, W. J.; Parrish, R.R.; McNicoll, V; Bellerive, D
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  5. Cambrian orogenic belt in East Antarctica and Sri Lanka: implications for Gondwana assembly
SHIRAISHI, K.; Ellis, D.J.; HIROI, Y.; Fanning, C.M.; MOTOYOSHI, Y.; NAKAI, Y.
In: Journal of Geology, 102, No. 1, 47-65
SHIRAISHI, K. (Author)550.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Development of the early Paleozoic Pacific margin of Gondwana from detrital-zircon ages across the Delamerian orogen
IRELAND, T.R.; FLOTTMANN, T.; Fanning, C.M.; GIBSON, G.M.; Preiss, W.V.
In: Geology, 26, No. 3, 243-246
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  7. Early Palaeozoic rather than Neoproterozoic volcanism and rifting within the Transantarctic Mountains
Millar, I.L.; Storey, B.C.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 152, Pt. 3, 417-420
Millar, I.L. (Ian L. (BGS 1984-) (Author)550.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Early Palaeozoic U-Pb isotopic age for an orthogneiss from north-western Palmer Land, Antarctic Peninsula
Harrison, S.M.; Loske, W.P.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 81, 11-18
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  9. Granulite formation during continental extension in Fiordland, New Zealand
GIBSON, G.M.; IRELAND, T.R.
In: Nature, 375, No. 6531, 479-482
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  10. Grenville-age basement provinces in East Antarctica: evidence for three separate collisional orogens
Fitzsimons, I.C.W.
In: Geology, 28, No. 10, 879-882
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  11. Grenvillian granulite-facies metamorphism in the Arequipa Massif, Peru: a Laurentia-Gondwana link
WASTENEYS, H.A.; Clark, A.H.; Farrar, E.; LANGRIDGE, R.J.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 132, Nos. 1-4, 63-73
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  12. Hf isotopes in zircon reveal contrasting sources and crystallization histories for alkaline to peralkaline granites of Temora, southeastern Australia
Kemp, A.I.S.; WORMALD, R.J.; Whitehouse, M.J.; PRICE, R.C.
In: Geology, 33, No. 10, 797-800
Kemp, A.I.S. (Author)552.311ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. Identification of inherited radiogenic Pb in monazite and its implications for U-Pb systematics
COPELAND, P.; Parrish, R.R.; Harrison, T.M.
In: Nature, 333, No. 6175, 760-763
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  14. Mesozoic crust-mantle interaction beneath the North China craton: a consequence of the dispersal of Gondwanaland and accretion of Asia
WILDE, S.A.; ZHOU, X.; NEMCHIN, A.A.; SUN, M.
In: Geology, 31, No. 9, 817-820
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  15. Mid-Paleozoic age of granitoids in enclaves within Early Cretaceous granulites, Fiordland, southwest New Zealand
BRADSHAW, J.Y.; KIMBROUGH, D.L.
In: New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 34, No. 4, 455-469
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  16. New constraint on the division of Cambrian time
ISACHSEN, C.E.; Bowring, S.A.; Landing, E.; Samson, S.D.
In: Geology, 22, No. 6, 496-498
ISACHSEN, C.E. (Author)551.732ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. A North American provenance for Neoproterozoic to Cambrian sandstones in Tasmania?
BERRY, R.F.; JENNER, G.A.; MEFFRE, S.; Tubrett, M.N.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 192, No. 2, 207-222
BERRY, R.F. (Author)552.532ArticleAdd To Basket
  18. Palaeoproterozoic to Palaeozoic magmatic and metamorphic events in the Shackleton Range, East Antarctica: Constraints from zircon and monazite dating, and implications for the amalgamation of Gondwana
WILL, T.M.; Zeh, A.; GERDES, A.; Frimmel, H.E.; Millar, I.L.; Schmadicke, E.
In: Precambrian Research, Volume 172, No.1-2, 25-45
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  19. Provenance of Neoproterozoic and lower Paleozoic siliciclastic rocks of the central Ross orogen, Antarctica: detrital record of rift-, passive-, and active-margin sedimentation
GOODGE, J.W.; Williams, I.S.; MYROW, P.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 116, No. 9-10, 1253-1279
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  20. Rb-Sr and U-Pb studies of the pre-Andean and Andean magmatism in the Horseshoe Island area, Marguerite Bay (Antarctic Peninsula) (1997)
LOSKE, W.; Herve, F.; Miller, H.; Pankhurst, R.J.
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