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Obervendischer und unterordovizischer Magmatismus im Bayerischen Wald. Geochronologische (SHRIMP), geochemische und isotopengeochemische Untersuchungen an Metamagmatiten aus dem Westteil des Böhmischen Massivs
Obervendischer und unterordovizischer Magmatismus im Bayerischen Wald. Geochronologische (SHRIMP), geochemische und isotopengeochemische Untersuchungen an Metamagmatiten aus dem Westteil des Böhmischen Massivs
U-Pb-SHRIMP dating of zircons, zircon morphology, geochemistry and isotopic data of metamagmatites from the Bayerischer Wald (Germany) reveal a complex evolution of this section of the Moldanubian Zone exposed in the western Bohemian Massif of the central European Variscan belt. In the south-western part of the Bayerischer Wald Upper Vendian magmatism is constrained by SHRIMP ages of 555 ± 12, 549 ± 7 and 549 ± 6 Ma from metarhyolites and a metabasite. Inherited zircon cores were not observed. Zircon overgrowths yielding pooled ages of 316 ± 10 and 319 ± 5 Ma provide evidence for Variscan metamorphic zircon growth; cathodoluminescence imaging reveals a two-stage metamorphic overprint. In contrast, Lower Ordovician magmatism and anatexis are documented in the north-eastern parts of the Bayerischer Wald by metagranitoids (480 ± 6, 486 ± 7 Ma) and a leucosome (491 to 457 Ma). Inherited zircon cores are found in Lower Ordovician metamagmatites indicating a Palaeoproterozoic-Archaean (2.70, 2.02 Ga) source region, presumably of Gondwana affinity (West African craton), and documenting Cadomian magmatism (>615 to 560 Ma). Upper Vendian magmatism is assumed at an active continental margin with ensialic back-arc development (εNd(t) –4.58 to +1.22). An active continental margin setting, possibly with some lateral variation (accretion/collision) is envisaged for the Lower Ordovician producing granitoids, rhyolites, leucosomes (εNd(t) -0.5 to -6.27) and andesites. A tentative palaeogeographic reconstruction puts the "Bayerischer Wald" in a close relationship with the Habach terrane (proto-Alps), as the "eastern" extension of terranes of the northern Gondwana margin.
Moldanubikum, Bayerischer Wald, Zirkon-SHRIMP-Datierung, Geochemie, Kathodolumineszenz
Teipel, Ulrich
2003
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Universitätsbibliothek der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Teipel, Ulrich (2003): Obervendischer und unterordovizischer Magmatismus im Bayerischen Wald: Geochronologische (SHRIMP), geochemische und isotopengeochemische Untersuchungen an Metamagmatiten aus dem Westteil des Böhmischen Massivs. Dissertation, LMU München: Fakultät für Geowissenschaften
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Abstract

U-Pb-SHRIMP dating of zircons, zircon morphology, geochemistry and isotopic data of metamagmatites from the Bayerischer Wald (Germany) reveal a complex evolution of this section of the Moldanubian Zone exposed in the western Bohemian Massif of the central European Variscan belt. In the south-western part of the Bayerischer Wald Upper Vendian magmatism is constrained by SHRIMP ages of 555 ± 12, 549 ± 7 and 549 ± 6 Ma from metarhyolites and a metabasite. Inherited zircon cores were not observed. Zircon overgrowths yielding pooled ages of 316 ± 10 and 319 ± 5 Ma provide evidence for Variscan metamorphic zircon growth; cathodoluminescence imaging reveals a two-stage metamorphic overprint. In contrast, Lower Ordovician magmatism and anatexis are documented in the north-eastern parts of the Bayerischer Wald by metagranitoids (480 ± 6, 486 ± 7 Ma) and a leucosome (491 to 457 Ma). Inherited zircon cores are found in Lower Ordovician metamagmatites indicating a Palaeoproterozoic-Archaean (2.70, 2.02 Ga) source region, presumably of Gondwana affinity (West African craton), and documenting Cadomian magmatism (>615 to 560 Ma). Upper Vendian magmatism is assumed at an active continental margin with ensialic back-arc development (εNd(t) –4.58 to +1.22). An active continental margin setting, possibly with some lateral variation (accretion/collision) is envisaged for the Lower Ordovician producing granitoids, rhyolites, leucosomes (εNd(t) -0.5 to -6.27) and andesites. A tentative palaeogeographic reconstruction puts the "Bayerischer Wald" in a close relationship with the Habach terrane (proto-Alps), as the "eastern" extension of terranes of the northern Gondwana margin.