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《Acta Petrologica Sinica》 2006-02
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Thermochronologicai analyses on the cooling history of the Lincang Granitoid Batholith,Western Yunnan.

SHI XiaoBin~1 QIU XueLin~1 LIU HaiLin~1 CHU ZhuYin~2 XIA Bin~3 1.CAS Key Laboratory of Marginal Seas,South China Sea Institute of Oceanology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Guangzhou 510301,China 2.Institute of Geology and Geophysics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100029,China 3.CAS Key Lboratory of Marginal Seas,Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Guangzhou 510640,China  
Multi-system geochronology,including zircon U-Pb dating,biotite Rb-Sr isochron dating,biotite and K-feldspar ~(40)Ar~(39)Ar dating,zircon and apatite fission track data,was used to unravel the cooling histories of 6 granite samples from the Lincang Granitioid Batholith with thermochronology technique.Analyses shows that,the main part of the batholith has undergone a complex thermal history since its intrusion,and short term thermal events were overprinted on the basic cooling history which consists of the early quick cooling stage and the later slow cooling stage.During the Middle and Late Triassic,and the end of the Early Jurassic,the average cooling rate is up to 6℃~13℃/Ma,which was followed by a slow cooling stage of the Middle Jurassic.During the Late Jurassic and the early stage of the Early Cretaceous,there was a quick cooling stage with an average rate of 5℃/Ma,which was followed by a slow cooling stage with a cooling rate of about 0.5℃/Ma,from the late stage of the Early Cretaceous to the beginning of the continent-continent collision of India plate and Asia plate which happens at the Late Eocene.Since the collision,the batholith has undergone two cooling stages,the cooling rate of the early stage is about 5℃~10℃/Ma,while the cooling rate of the later stage is far larger than the early one,especially the rate since 3 Ma is up to 16℃~20℃/Ma;The intrusion,happened in the Early Cretaceous (for example,Sample S57),which cooled quickly immediately after intrusion,cooled slowly together with the main part of the batholith since the Late Cretaceous;The mylonite zone,lying on the eastern side of the batholith,was generated much earlier than its biotite ~(40)Ar~(39)Ar age,150Ma,and maybe was generated during the thrust and nappe stage due to the collision betweeu the Banshan Block and the Lanping-Simao Block.Since the Late Cretaceous,the denudation is about 5000m,and 350Om of which is the result of the collision of the India plate and the Asia plate.
【Fund】: 中国科学院知识创新工程资助项目(编号:KZCX2-SW-117,KZCX2-209)
【CateGory Index】: P588.121
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