Srivastava, Rajesh K.

Dyke Swarms: Keys for Geodynamic Interpretation

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Table of contents

1. Geochemical and Petrological Characteristics of Mesozoic Dykes from Schirmacher Oasis (East Antarctica)
Nadezhda Sushchevskaya, Boris Belyatsky

2. The Late Archaean Uauá Mafic Dyke Swarm, São Francisco Craton, Brazil, and Implications for Palaeoproteozoic Extrusion Tectonics and Orogen Reconstruction
Elson P. Oliveira

3. An Integrated Study of Proterozoic Dykes, Dharwar Craton, Southern India
E. J. Piispa, A. V. Smirnov, L. J. Pesonen, M. Lingadevaru, K. S. Anantha Murthy, T. C. Devaraju

4. Proterozoic Mafic Dykes from the Southern Margin of Cuddapah Basin, India: Part 1 – Geochemistry and Petrogenesis
M.R. Goutham, K.V. Subbarao, C.V.R.K. Prasad, J.N. Walsh, V. Damodara Reddy

5. Proterozoic Mafic Dykes from the Southern Margin of Cuddapah Basin, India: Part 2 – Palaeomagnetism and Ar/Ar Geochronology
M.R. Goutham, K.V. Subbarao, C.V.R.K. Prasad, J.D.A. Piper, D.P. Miggins

6. Palaeoproterozoic Dykes and Event Stratigraphy of the South Indian and Western Australian Cratons: Implications for Assembly of an Archaean Supercontinent “SIWA” and Its Breaking
S. Mohanty

7. Petrology and Mineral Chemistry of Picrite Sill from Peddakudala-Velpula Area, in Southwestern Part of the Proterozoic Cuddapah Basin, Andhra Pradesh, India
V.V. Sesha Sai

8. Mantle-Derived Carbonate Fluid Alteration and Gold Mineralization in Southern Granulite Terrain, Wynad, India
K.L. Pruseth, V. Ravikant, S. Varghese, R. Krishnamurthi

9. Mafic Dykes of Rewa Basin, Central India: Implications on Magma Dispersal and Petrogenesis
Trisha Lala, A.K. Choudhary, S.K. Patil, D.K. Paul

10. Tectonic Significance and Age of Doleritic Sill Near Bandhalimal in the Singhora Protobasin of Chhattisgarh Basin, Central India
D.K. Sinha, S.K. Jain, Kusum P. Naganath

11. Petrogenesis and Tectonic Setting of the Proterozoic Mafic Magmatic Rocks of the Central Indian Tectonic Zone, Betul Area: Geochemical Constraints
M.K. Mishra, S.J. Devi, T. Kaulina, K.C. Dass, S. Kumar, T. Ahmad

12. Petrology, Geochemistry and Petrogenesis of Early Precambrian Mafic Dyke Swarm from Dondi-Bhanupratappur-Keshkal Area, Central Bastar Craton, India
Gulab C. Gautam, Rajesh K. Srivastava

13. Fluid Induced Metamorphism in a Suite of Mafic Dykes from PalaeoProterozoic Mahakoshal Group, Central India
Kasturi Chakraborty, Sanjoy Sanyal, Pulak Sengupta

14. Petrology and Geochemistry of Metamorphosed Basic Intrusives from Chilka Lake Granulites, Eastern Ghats Belt, India: Implications for Rodinia Breakup
Sankar Bose, Kaushik Das, Supriya Chakraborty, Hiroyuki Miura

15. Mineralogical Control on Rheological Inversion of a Suite of Deformed Mafic Dykes from Parts of the Chottanagpur Granite Gneiss Complex of Eastern India
Sayan Ray, Sanjoy Sanyal, Pulak Sengupta

16. Petrology and Geochemistry of Acid Dyke Rocks with Reference to their Bearing on Rare Metal and Rare Earth Mineralisation: Studies from Malani Igneous Suite, Northern Peninsular India
G. Vallinayagam

17. Petrogenesis of Basaltic and Doleritic Dykes from Kawant, Chhotaudepur Province, Deccan Traps
K.R. Hari, Vikas Swarnkar

18. Occurrence of Xenoliths in the Lamprophyre and Picrobasalt Dykes of Bakhatgarh – Phulmal Area, Jhabua District, Madhya Pradesh, India
K. R. Randive

19. Diorite Vein in Quenched Basalt and Its Implication for the Origin of Late-Granitoid Intrusives in Naga Hills Ophiolite, Northeast India
Naresh C. Ghose, Nilanjan Chatterjee

20. The Parishan Pluton in Qorveh Area, an Example for Magma Mingling Process, Southeastern Sanandaj, Iran
Ashraf Torkian

21. Petrology and Geochemistry of Cretaceous Mafic and Silicic Dykes and Spatially Associated Lavas in Central-Eastern Coastal Madagascar
C. Cucciniello, J. Conrad, C. Grifa, L. Melluso, M. Mercurio, V. Morra, R.D. Tucker, M. Vincent

22. Magnetic Fabric Studies on Mafic Dykes at a Volcanic Rifted Margin in the Henties Bay – Outjo Dyke Swarm, NW Namibia
Miriam Wiegand, Robert B. Trumbull, Reinhard O. Greiling, Tim Vietor

23. Diopsidites and Rodingites: Serpentinisation and Ca-Metasomatism in the Oman Ophiolite Mantle
Marie Python, Masako Yoshikawa, Tomoyuki Shibata, Shoji Arai

24. Petrogenetic Comparison of the Mafic Dykes in the Kohistan Paleo-Island Arc-Back-Arc System, Himalayas of North Pakistan
Tahseenullah Khan, Mamuro Murata, Mohammad Zafar, Hafiz Ur Rehman

25. A Comparison of Chronometers Applied to Monastery Kimberlite and the Feasibility of U-Pb Ilmenite Geochronology
A.K. Noyes, L.M. Heaman, R.A. Creaser

26. Precise U-Pb Age for the Great Whin Dolerite Complex, N.E. England and Its Significance
M. A. Hamilton, D.G. Pearson

27. The Melville Bugt Dyke Swarm of Greenland: A Connection to the 1.5-1.6Ga Fennoscandian Rapakivi Granite Province?
H.C. Halls, M.A. Hamilton, S.W. Denyszyn

28. Mafic Melt Emplacement During the Shock Deformation in the Subvolcanic Environment: Example from Tastau Volcanoplutonic Ring Complex, Eastern Kazakhstan
Ksenia Dokukina, Alexander Konilov

29. Small Dacite Dyke, Southern Urals, Russia: Rapidly Quenched Liquid or Fine-Grained Cumulate?
S. Yu. Chistyakova, R. M. Latypov

30. Primary and Secondary Chemical Zonation in Mafic Dykes: A Case Study of the Vochelambina Dolerite Dyke, Kola Peninsula, Russia
S. Yu. Chistyakova, R. M. Latypov

Keywords: Earth Sciences, Geophysics/Geodesy, Sedimentology, Geology

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