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Meso-Cenozoic multiple exhumation in the Shandong Peninsula, eastern North China Craton: Implications for lithospheric destruction
Yang, F(杨帆)1,2,3; Santosh, M.2,3; Glorie, Stijn3; Jepson, Gilby3,4; Xue, Fei2,5; Kim, Sung Won6
2020-10
Source PublicationLITHOS   Impact Factor & Quartile Of Published Year  The Latest Impact Factor & Quartile
ISSN0024-4937
EISSN1872-6143
Volume370
page numbers17
AbstractThe Shandong Peninsula in the eastern North China Craton (NCC) forms part of the region that witnessed extensive tectonic reactivation with concomitant craton destruction and lithospheric thinning during the Meso-Cenozoic. Previous studies concentrated mainly on the timing, mechanism and tectonic setting of the Meso-Cenozoic magmatism, with inadequate evidence from low temperature thermochronology to constrain the thermo-tectonic exhumation history of this region. In this study, we present new apatite U-Pb (AUPb) and fission track (AFT) data with corresponding thermal history models for igneous rocks from the two flanks of the Tan-Lu Fault Zone (TLFZ) that bisects the Shandong Peninsula, with a view to gain insights into the Meso-Cenozoic exhumation history of this region and to evaluate its implications on the lithospheric destruction of the NCC. The newly obtained AUPb ages of 2.5-1.5 Ga for the Precambrian intrusive rocks and of 162-112 Ma for the Mesozoic igneous suite are mainly used to constrain their thermal history models. In addition, the Mesozoic AUPb ages of 162-112 Ma highly overlap with their corresponding zircon U-Pb ages (161-115 Ma), suggesting shallow granitoid emplacement and associated rapid post-magmatic cooling in response to the westward subduction of the Paleo-Pacific Plate. The AFT dating results yield two groups of AFT central ages at 122-113 Ma and 98-59 Ma, and corresponding thermal history models also reveal two rapid cooling stages during the Early Cretaceous (130-105 Ma) and Late Cretaceous to Paleogene (85-55 Ma). By integrating previous low temperature therrmx:hronological studies with this study, we interpret that the Early Cretaceous rapid exhumation corresponds to the peak timing of craton destruction, resulting from the Paleo-Pacific slab rollback within a back-arc extensional setting. The Late Cretaceous rapid exhumation is interpreted as a response to continuing craton destruction, derived by the NNW-directed Pacific Plate subduction.The Paleogene cooling might represent the termination of craton destruction of Shandong Peninsula associated with a dextral motion along the TLFZ, triggered by the change in direction of the Pacific Plate from NNW to WNW and/or far-field effect of the India-Eurasia collision. (C) 2020 Elsevier B.V. All lights reserved.
KeywordApatite U-Pb dating Apatite fission track Thermal history modeling Lithospheric destruction Shandong Peninsula North China Craton
PublisherELSEVIER
DOI10.1016/j.lithos.2020.105597
Indexed BySCIE
Language英语
Funding ProjectChina Scholarship Council[201706400016] ; Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities of China University of Geosciences Beijing[2652016066] ; Guiding Special Funds of "Double First-Class (First-Class University & First-Class Disciplines)[561119201] ; Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities[LZUJBKY-2020-38] ; Special Funding for Open and Shared Large-Scale Instruments and Equipments of Lanzhou University[LZU-GXJJ-2019C040] ; Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM) - Ministry of Science, ICT (Information, Communication and Technology), and Future Planning, Korea[GP2020-003] ; Australian Research Council[DP150101730]
WOS Research AreaGeochemistry & Geophysics ; Mineralogy
WOS SubjectGeochemistry & Geophysics ; Mineralogy
WOS IDWOS:000558896300002
PublisherELSEVIER
Original Document TypeArticle
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttps://ir.lzu.edu.cn/handle/262010/441762
Collection兰州大学
地质科学与矿产资源学院
Corresponding AuthorYang, Fan
Affiliation
1.Lanzhou Univ, Sch Earth Sci, Key Lab Mineral Resources Western China Gansu Pro, Lanzhou 730000, Peoples R China
2.China Univ Geosci Beijing, Sch Earth Sci & Resources, 29 Xueyuan Rd, Beijing 100083, Peoples R China
3.Univ Adelaide, Sch Phys Sci, Dept Earth Sci, Adelaide, SA 5005, Australia
4.Univ Arizona, Dept Geosci, Tucson, AZ 85721 USA
5.Univ Tsukuba, Grad Sch Life & Environm Sci, Ibaraki 3058572, Japan
6.Korea Inst Geosci & Mineral Resources, Geol Res Div, Daejeon 305350, South Korea
First Author AffilicationSchool of Earth Sciences
Corresponding Author AffilicationSchool of Earth Sciences
First Signature AffilicationSchool of Earth Sciences
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Yang, Fan,Santosh, M.,Glorie, Stijn,et al. Meso-Cenozoic multiple exhumation in the Shandong Peninsula, eastern North China Craton: Implications for lithospheric destruction[J]. LITHOS,2020,370.
APA Yang, Fan,Santosh, M.,Glorie, Stijn,Jepson, Gilby,Xue, Fei,&Kim, Sung Won.(2020).Meso-Cenozoic multiple exhumation in the Shandong Peninsula, eastern North China Craton: Implications for lithospheric destruction.LITHOS,370.
MLA Yang, Fan,et al."Meso-Cenozoic multiple exhumation in the Shandong Peninsula, eastern North China Craton: Implications for lithospheric destruction".LITHOS 370(2020).
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