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Pb-isotope age estimats of model sources for late cenosozoic basalts from the Changbaishan (Pectusan) field and its significance for the general pb-isotope systematics of Сentral Asia.


T.A. Yasnygina 1, S.V. Rasskazov 1,2

1Institute of the Earth's Crust SB RAS, Irkutsk, Russia

2Irkutsk State University, Irkutsk, Russia

About the Authors

Yasnygina Tatyana Alexandrovna,

candidate of geological and mineralogical sciences,

664033 Irkutsk, Lermontov str., 128,

Institute of the Earth's Crust SB RAS,

Senior Researcher,

tel.: (3952) 51–16–59,

email: ty@crust.irk.ru.

Rasskazov Sergei Vasilievich,

doctor of geological and mineralogical sciences, professor,

664003 Irkutsk, Lenin str., 3,

Irkutsk State University, Faculty of Geology,

Head of Dynamic Geology Chair,

664033 Irkutsk, Lermontov str., 128,

Institute of the Earth's Crust SB RAS,

Head of the Laboratory for Isotopic and Geochronological Studies

tel.: (3952) 51–16–59,

email: rassk@crust.irk.ru.

Abstract. From the 207Pb/204Pb – 206Pb/204Pb diagram, sources of Late Cenozoic basalts from the Changbaishan field, located on the Northeast China – North Korea border, are characterized by two age intervals: Late Archean (3.0–2.8 Ga) and Early Proterozoic (2.2–1.9 Ga). The latter interval coincides with the age estimates of the component of subducted sediments involved in their genesis and its upper boundary coincides with the Pb isotope age of the source of Pleistocene volcanic rocks in Northeast China.

Keywords: Pb isotopes, Changbaishan, basalts, age of magma sources.

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Yasnygina T.A., Rasskazov S.V. Pb-isotope age estimats of model sources for late cenosozoic basalts from the Changbaishan (Pectusan) field and its significance for the general pb-isotope systematics of Сentral Asia / T.A. Yasnygina, S.V. Rasskazov // Geology and Environment : electronic scientific journal. – 2023.— V. 3, No. 2.— P. 75–90.DOI 10.26516/2541-9641.2023.2.75.

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