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|Title:||Late-orogenic, mantle-derived, bimodal magmatism in the southern Adelaide Foldbelt, South Australia / by Simon P. Turner.|
|Author:||Turner, Simon P.|
|School/Discipline:||Dept. of Geology and Geophysics|
|Abstract:||Late-orogenic magmas are common to many foldbelts, suggesting a causal link between this thermal pulse and the cessation of deformation. An investigation of such a late-orgenic magnetic suite is made in the southern Adelaide Foldbelt. The suite is biomodal with mafic dykes and plutons accompanied by high-silica granites and rhyolites. It is argued that these mafic and felsic intrusives are both thermally and compositionally related.|
|Dissertation Note:||Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, 1992|
|Subject:||Magmatism South Australia.|
Orogeny South Australia.
Folds (Geology) South Australia.
|Description:||Copies of author's previously published articles inserted.|
Bibliography : leaves 179-196.
v, 196,  leaves : ill. (some col.), maps ; 30 cm.
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