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Physics of the earth and planetary interiors v.274, 2018년, pp.222 - 231   SCI SCIE
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Paleomagnetism and geochronological studies on a 450 km long 2216 Ma dyke from the Dharwar craton, southern India

Nagaraju, E. (TSMS Jr College, Baswapur, Sangareddy Ditrict, Telangana 502293, India ) ; Parashuramulu, V. (CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad 500007, India ) ; Anil Kumar, V. (CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad 500007, India ) ; Srinivas Sarma, D. (CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad 500007, India ) ;
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    Abstract Paleomagnetic and geochronological studies were carried out on a ∼ 450 km long (from 17 sites) N-S striking Paleoproterozoic dyke swarm exposed along a natural crustal cross section of about 10 km (increasing from North to South) in the Dharwar Craton, to study the characteristics of paleomagnetism and geochronology in vertical dimension. U-Pb/Pb-Pb dating on baddeleyite gives a crystallisation age of 2216.0 ± 0.9 Ma for long dyke AKLD. Paleomagnetic data from this well dated ∼ 2216 Ma dyke swarm in Dharwar Craton are of excellent quality. High coercivity and high blocking temperature components are carried by single domain magnetite and show dual polarity remanence directions. Combined normal and reverse polarity remanences on AKLD and other N-S dykes define the most reliable paleomagnetic pole for ∼ 2216 Ma at latitude 36°S and longitude 312°E (A95 = 7°). Though paleomagnetic data is unavailable on other N-S dykes below the Cuddapah basin, high precision geochronology suggest that they are of similar age within errors. Though there is a variation in the crustal depth of Dharwar craton from north to south, consistent Pb-Pb/U-Pb baddeleyite geochronology and paleomagnetic studies along the AKLD established its continuity and preservation along its entire strike length. The virtual geomagnetic poles of these sites confirm a stable remanence and are almost identical to the previously reported paleomagnetic pole and also supported by positive reversal test. Positive paleomagnetic reversal test on these dykes signify that the remanent magnetization is primary and formed during initial cooling of the intrusions. Updated apparent polar wander path of Dharwar craton indicates relatively low drift rate during 2.21–2.08 Ga interval. Magnetogranulometry and SEM studies show that remanent magnetization in this dyke was carried by single domain magnetite residing within silicate minerals. Highlights We report Paleomagnetism and geochronological results on a 2216Ma N-S dyke from EDC. Precise Pb-Pb ages along dyke establish it as a single dyke entity running over 450km. Paleomagnetic data proves the primary nature of remanence with a positive reversal test.


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    Paleomagnetism .   Geochronology .   Dharwar craton.  

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