JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2017

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[EE] Poster

S (Solid Earth Sciences) » S-MP Mineralogy & Petrology

[S-MP41] [EE] Oceanic and Continental Subduction Processes

Mon. May 22, 2017 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Poster Hall (International Exhibition Hall HALL7)

convener:REHMAN Ur Hafiz(Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Kagoshima University), Tatsuki Tsujimori(Tohoku University), Chin Ho Tsai(National Dong Hwa University)

[SMP41-P10] Zircon Hf isotopic constraints on the Jurassic-Oligocene magmatic rocks in the Lut-Sistan region, eastern Iran: Implications for the magmatic evolution

*Han-Yi Chiu1,2, Sun-Lin Chung1,2, Mohammad Hossein Zarrinkoub3, Hao-Yang Lee1, Kwan-Nang Pang1, Seyyed Saeid Mohammadi3, Mohammad Mahdi Khatib3, Kuo-Lung Wang1 (1.Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 2.Department of Geosciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, 3.Department of Geology, University of Birjand, Birjand, Iran)

Keywords:Zircon Hf isotopes, Lut-Sistan region, Iran, magmatic evolution

This study presents new zircon Hf isotopic results for 28 magmatic rocks of Jurassic-Oligocene ages in the Lut-Sistan region to better understand the magmatic evolution of eastern Iran before and after the Lut-Afghan collision. The Middle Jurassic (~168 Ma) granitoids yielded a wide range of zircon εHf(T) values from +8 to -1, revealing the similarity of variable isotopic feature of the coeval magmatic rocks forming along the Sanandaj-Sirjan zone, in agreement with the hypothesis of anti-clockwise rotation of the Lut block. The Early Cretaceous (113-107 Ma) gabbros that belong to the Birjand ophiolite indisputably show depleted mantle-derived zircon Hf isotope compositions of εHf(T) values from +16 to +12 and thus confirm their oceanic crustal origin. Another ~110 Ma diorite without ophiolitic affinity has relatively lower zircon εHf(T) values from +9 to +6, and it also contains abundant inherited zircons that show εHf(T) values between +5 and -2 at ~168 Ma, indicative of the widespread distribution of the Middle Jurassic magmatism in northern part of this region. In the Late Cretaceous, the emplacement of ~86 Ma granitoids also yielded depleted mantle-like zircon Hf isotopes of highly positive zircon εHf(T) values from +17 to +10, and the other granites yielded lower zircon εHf(T) values from +12 to +4 at 74-71 Ma. After the closure of the Sistan ocean during the Late Cretaceous (to Paleocene), the 57-53 Ma granitoids gave zircon εHf(T) values from +12 to +3 in the Early Eocene. Then, the zircon Hf isotopic results of extensive Eocene-Oligocene (46-24 Ma) magmatic rocks show a much variable signature of zircon εHf(T) values between +14 and -2, indicating the heterogeneity of widespread post-collisional magmas during this period. On the whole, the highly radiogenic zircon Hf isotopic features were mostly obtained from dated magmatic rocks in the Lut-Sistan region, similar to our recent observation on the magmatic rocks developed by the Neotethyan evolution in the Urumieh-Dokhtar magmatic arc, which suggest that the depleted-mantle component has played a critical role on the magmatic evolution since at least the Jurassic time.