Triassic granites in South China: A geochemical perspective on their characteristics, petrogenesis, and tectonic significance

Volume: 173, Pages: 266 - 294
Published: Oct 1, 2017
Abstract
Granitic rocks of Phanerozoic age are common in South China. They are spatially and temporally closely associated with hydrothermal ore deposits. Therefore, many studies have been devoted to these granites regarding their petrogenesis. This study presents a review on the geochemistry of Triassic granites in South China because the Triassic is an important period for the Indosinian orogeny in Southeast Asia. Petrographic investigations indicate...
Paper Details
Title
Triassic granites in South China: A geochemical perspective on their characteristics, petrogenesis, and tectonic significance
Published Date
Oct 1, 2017
Volume
173
Pages
266 - 294
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