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Title: Summary of results. NTGS LA ICP MS geochronology project: Jervois mineral field, Aileron Province, May 2014 - December 2014
Report id: NTGS Record 2017-006
Year: 2017
Author: McGloin, MV
Whelan, JA
Beyer, EE
Thompson, JM
Thompson, JA
Meffre, S
Geological Province: Aileron Province
Arunta Region
Map250: Huckitta SF5311
Map100: Jervois Range 6152
Subject: Geochronology
Attutra Metagabbro
Bonya Metamorphics
Green Parrot
Abstract: The results of new LA–ICP–MS U–Pb zircon and apatite chronologic studies are reported for six rock samples from the Jervois mineral field, Jervois Range1, in the northeastern Aileron Province of the Arunta Region. All six samples were collected nearby to polymetallic base metal mineralisation. The analysed rocks include a pegmatite from the Green Parrot deposit, two pegmatites from the Reward deposit, a metagabbro sill near to the Reward deposit, and two undetermined metamorphosed felsic rocks of either sedimentary or volcanic protolith from near the Rockface and Bellbird deposits. These samples were targeted for zircon and apatite dating in order to determine magmatic crystallisation, metamorphic/hydrothermal disturbance or maximum depositional ages. These analyses were conducted to constrain relative timing of mineralisation and associated alteration.
Publisher: Northern Territory Geological Survey
ISSN: 1443-1149
ISBN: 9780724573172 (PDF)
Document Type: NTGS Record
Access Constraint: This work is licenced under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Please give attribution to: Northern Territory of Australia (NT Geological Survey) 2017. You are requested to observe and retain any copyright or related notices that may accompany this material as part of the attribution.
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