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《Acta Petrologica Sinica》 1992-02
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THE EVOLUTION OF METAMORPHISM IN GRANULITE FACIES TERRANE , EASTERN HEBEI PROVINCE

He Gaopin and Ye Huiwen (Changchun University of Earth Sciences, Changchun, 130026)  
Basing on the metamorphic characteristics of supercrustal rocks, intermediate-acidic intrusive bodies and mafic dyke swarms and their relationships, the authors propose that granulite facies terrane in eastern Hebei Province underwent two periods of metamorphism, each of which has its own evolutional process and can be divided into three or four stages. Peak metamorphism in the periods produced granulite facies, but the P-T-t paths are diferent. For the first period of metamorphism an anticlockwise path is characterized by near-isobaric cooling(IBC), for the other period a clockwise pathby near-isobaric heating(IBH). It indicates that the two periods of metamorphism were present in different tectonic setting and geologic evolution. The relations between various geological processes, together with radiometric dating, indicate that the first period of metamorphism was present at about 3000~2500 Ma, and the second at about 2300~2000 Ma.
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