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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Fission Track Analysis Of Apatites From São Francisco Craton And Mesozoic Alcaline-carbonatite Complexes From Central And Southeastern Brazil
Author: Amaral G.
Born H.
Hadler J.C.N.
Iunes P.J.
Kawashita K.
Machado Jr. D.L.
Oliveira E.P.
Paulo S.R.
Tello C.A.S.
Abstract: Thermal histories on seven Brazilian apatites were obtained by fission track analysis using Monte Carlo simulations. The apatites were collected from two distinct geotectonic provinces One group, originated from São Francisco craton, represents a typical cratonic domain with Proterozoic and Eopaleozoic rocks and yielded Permo-Triassic ages (counted since the instant when temperature was low enough so that the damage produced by fission tracks in apatite started to be preserved). The common thermal history accepted by all samples of this group is a linear cooling from ∼90 to ∼25°C for the last 240 Ma, in agreement with present day thermal gradient and denudation rates. The other group, from Mesozoic alkaline-carbonatite complexes, in central and southeastern Brazil, yielded Cretaceous ages, close to those of the intrusions. For the samples of central Brazil, fission track analysis suggests a slow cooling from ∼95° to ∼85°C between 90 and 60 Ma ago, followed by a faster cooling from ∼85° to ∼27°C for the last 60 Ma. Otherwise, two trends exist for the samples of southeastern Brazil. The primary one is an increase in temperature from ∼75° to ∼95°C, which occurred between 140 and 60 Ma ago. In this period, there is also another trend: a cooling from ∼100° to ∼80°C. However, both trends are followed by a common thermal history during the last 60 Ma: a cooling from approximately ∼80° to ∼25°C. © 1997 Elsevier Science Ltd.
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Date Issue: 1997
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