Element and Sr-Nd analyses of volcanic rocks from the northern Qiangtang, Tibet
The Bandatso region is located in the northwestern Tibetan Plateau and has outcrops of Late Mesozoic magmatic rocks. These rocks are sodic mafic volcanic rocks and formed in late Jurassic (148 Ma) and late Cretaceous (140 Ma), which are reported firstly in Qiangtang, central of Tibet. These element and Sr-Nd analyses would provide key and important information about nature of the pre-collisional lithosphere and lithospheric evolution during Indian and Asian continental collision.
How to cite this dataset:
Ma, L., 2021. Element and Sr-Nd analyses of volcanic rocks from the northern Qiangtang, Tibet, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.26022/IEDA/111898.
DOI Creation Date:
L. Ma, Q. Wang, A.C. Kerr, G.J. Tang. (2021) Nature of the pre-collisional lithospheric mantle in Central Tibet: insights to Tibetan Plateau uplift. Lithos.
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Coverage Scope: Regional (Continents, Oceans)
User Contributed Keyword(s):
mantle melting, inherited carbonated lithospheric mantle
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