Geochemical constraints on the origin of Neoarchean magmatic rocks in the Lüliang Complex, North China Craton: Tectonic implications
Precambrian Research, pp. 212-231, 2019.
Abstract The North China Craton suffered a strong tectonothermal event in the late Neoarchean, with its crystalline basement dominantly composed of ca. 2.6–2.5 Ga granitoid gneisses and metamorphosed volcano-sedimentary sequences. However, controversial issues have long existed on the geodynamic setting of this event. We present new in-...More
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