This paper brings a first comprehensive set of mineralogical, petrological and geochemical data of amphibolites associated with mantle peridotites. This peridotitic sequence lies in the Upper Jurassic to mid Lower Cretaceous ophiolite mélange of  Kalnik Mt. in northern Croatia that is tectonically inserted in the Palaeogene sedimentary succession. It is suggested that protoliths of the Kalnik Mt. amphibolites represent an oceanic crust formed at the ridge of back-arc marginal basin following the incipient subduction/thrusting processes (metamorphic sole). The metamorphism must have taken place during Tithonian (?).

 
    

     

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Mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry of amphibolites from the Kalnik Mt. (Sava Unit, North Croatia): Implications for the evolution of North-westernmost part of the Dinaric-Vardar branch of Mesozoic Tethys

By: Segvic, B (Segvic, Branimir); Lugovic, B (Lugovic, Bosko); Slovenec, D (Slovenec, Damir);  Meyer, HP (Meyer, Hans-Peter)

OFIOLITI
Volume: 41 Issue:1 Pages: 35-58
DOI: 10.4454/ofioliti.v41i1.441 (abstract)

Published: JUN 2016
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Publisher: OFIOLITI, DIPARTIMENTO DI SCIENZE DELLA TERRA, UNIVERSITA DI FIRENZE, ITALY
ISSN: 0391-2612

 

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