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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 January 2015
GSA Bulletin (2015) 127 (1-2): 162-180.
... duplex formation, antiformal bending above a thrust ramp, etc.), channel flow, or via the buoyant rise of anatectic melts, this study investigates the depth and timing of doming processes for Gianbul dome in the western Himalaya. The dome is composed of Greater Himalayan Sequence migmatite, Paleozoic...
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Generalized synthetic block diagram for <b>Gianbul</b> <b>dome</b> along the Miyar Valley...
Published: 01 January 2015
Figure 3. Generalized synthetic block diagram for Gianbul dome along the Miyar Valley–Gianbul Valley transect (modified from Robyr et al., 2006 ; Grt—garnet, Sill—sillimanite, Ky—kyanite). Migmatite, metasediment, and orthogneiss record two ductile deformation events: D1 contractional related
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Summary of muscovite  40 Ar&#x2F; 39 Ar thermochronology across <b>Gianbul</b> <b>dome</b> sho...
Published: 01 January 2015
Figure 9. Summary of muscovite 40 Ar/ 39 Ar thermochronology across Gianbul dome showing exhumation in the footwall of the brittle Zanskar normal fault. (A) 40 Ar/ 39 Ar ages (rectangle heights represents 1σ uncertainties) along the Miyar–Gianbul Valley transect do not define a domal geometry
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(A) Conceptual diagram (modified from  Beaumont et al., 2004 ) showing the ...
Published: 01 January 2015
Figure 10. (A) Conceptual diagram (modified from Beaumont et al., 2004 ) showing the location of Gianbul dome formation in the middle crust. (B–E) Conceptual diagrams of Gianbul dome (see inset location in A) modified from Rey et al. (2011) . Initial doming is driven by vertical pressure
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Regional geology map the northwestern Himalaya, modified from  Thakur (1998...
Published: 01 January 2015
Figure 1. Regional geology map the northwestern Himalaya, modified from Thakur (1998) and Yin (2006) . Gianbul dome is exposed in the footwall of Zanskar normal fault, which separates low-grade Tethyan sediments from underlying Greater Himalayan metamorphic rocks. MCT—Main Central thrust; ZSZ
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(A) Geologic map of the <b>Gianbul</b> study area (from  Dèzes, 1999 ;  Robyr et a...
Published: 01 January 2015
in Ma (Xen—xenotime, gar—garnet, sill—sillimanite, ky—kyanite, ms—muscovite). ZSZ—Zanskar shear zone; KSZ—Khanjar shear zone. (B) Structural data and kinematic shear-sense indicators along a NE-SW transect of Gianbul dome, as well as lower-hemisphere projection stereonets for S2 foliation and Ls2
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Summary of published geochronological data for Zanskar Range and Leo Pargil...
Published: 01 July 2014
muscovite (NW Zanskar); 11— Inger (1998) , Rb-Sr muscovite (central Zanskar); 12— Noble et al. (2001) , U-Pb zircon (NW Zanskar); 13— Robyr et al. (2006) , Th-Pb monazite (Gianbul dome); 14— Leech (2008) , U-Pb zircon (Leo Pargil dome); 15—this study (SE Zanskar).
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Photographs illustrating mesoscopic and microscopic field relations and tex...
Published: 01 January 2015
Figure 4. Photographs illustrating mesoscopic and microscopic field relations and textures (see Fig. 2B for locations). (A) Tightly folded migmatite in the core of the dome exposed in Miyar Valley. (B) Intrusive complex overlying migmatite core in Gianbul Valley with well-developed
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2014
GSA Bulletin (2014) 126 (7-8): 892-924.
... muscovite (NW Zanskar); 11— Inger (1998) , Rb-Sr muscovite (central Zanskar); 12— Noble et al. (2001) , U-Pb zircon (NW Zanskar); 13— Robyr et al. (2006) , Th-Pb monazite (Gianbul dome); 14— Leech (2008) , U-Pb zircon (Leo Pargil dome); 15—this study (SE Zanskar). ...
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Journal: Lithosphere
Published: 01 June 2017
Lithosphere (2017) 9 (3): 366-383.
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Journal: Lithosphere
Published: 01 June 2013
Lithosphere (2013) 5 (3): 300-320.
... Himalayan Sequence contains two suites of Paleozoic granites: (1) Pan-African Cambrian–Ordovician granites at the cores of gneiss domes and (2) Mississippian–Permian granites related to magmatism associated with the Panjal Traps. Monazite ages record peak through retrograde metamorphic conditions from 27.3...
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2017
GSA Bulletin (2017) 129 (7-8): 820-836.
...., 1986 , 1983 ; Garzanti et al., 1986 ; Green et al., 2008 ). Tethyan Himalayan rocks are very low- to low-grade metasedimentary rocks, although parallel to the Zanskar Shear Zone and Nyimaling–Tso Morari gneiss dome, Neoproterozoic–Ordovician formations locally reach lower amphibolite facies (e.g...
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Published: 01 February 2017
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2017) 136 (1): 50-63.
... . Robyr M. Hacker B.R. Mattison J.M. ( 2006 ) - Doming in compressional orogenic settings: new geochronological constraints from the NW Himalaya . Tectonics , 25 , TC2007 . 10.1029/2004TC001774 . Searle M.P. Windley B.F. Coward M.P. Cooper D.J.W. Rex A.J. Rex D...
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