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New Occurrence of Sapphirine-spinel-bearing Granulite from NW of Chilka Lake, Eastern Ghats Belt, Odisha

Prakash, D. and Vishal, B. and Naik, A. S. and Yadav, R. and Rai, S. K. and Tewari, S. and Yadav, M. K. and Tiwari, S. and Dash, S. and Pattnaik, C. (2019) New Occurrence of Sapphirine-spinel-bearing Granulite from NW of Chilka Lake, Eastern Ghats Belt, Odisha. In: JOURNAL OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF INDIA, 93 (2). pp. 153-156.

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12594-019-1143-7

Abstract

A new locality of sapphirine-spinel-bearing granulites from the Kaithapalli area which lies NW of Chilka Lake, Odisha is reported. The area tectonically forms a northern part of Eastern Ghats belt. It occurs as small enclaves within the khondalite and pelitic granulite. The mineral assemblage includes spinel-sapphirine-garnet-cordierite-orthopyroxene-sillimanite-biotite-k- feldsparplagioclase- quartz. Development of reaction textures and symplectites are common in the sapphirine-spinel granulites which have been used to describe reaction history. The relative X-Mg values among various minerals are as follows: cordierite > biotite > sapphirine > orthopyroxene > garnet > spinel. The P-T evolution of these sapphirine-spinel granulites constrained through the pseudosection modelling in the NCKFMASH model system using Perple_X software indicate conditions of ultra-high temperature (UHT) metamorphism. The P-T estimates computed by isopleths define a retrograde trajectory with decompression of c.2.5 kbar from P-T-max of c.10.5 kbar at c.950 degrees C. The sequence of reactions as deduced from the symplectite assemblages, together with pseudosection modelling, from the Kaithapalli area, offer greater opportunities for providing a better picture of petrological evolution of northern part of the Eastern Ghats Belt (EGB).

Item Type: Journal Article
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Department/Centre: Division of Mechanical Sciences > Centre for Earth Sciences
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Date Deposited: 26 Mar 2019 07:50
Last Modified: 26 Mar 2019 07:50
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ac.in/id/eprint/61947

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