阿武隈山地南部,ジルコンU-Pb年代値に基づく日立変成岩類層序の再定義と日本海形成前の東北日本列島基盤の復元  [in Japanese] Revised stratigraphy and zircon U-Pb age data of the Hitachi metamorphic formations in the southern Abukuma Mountains, and reconstruction of the basement of the Northeast Japan Arc before the opening of the Japan Sea  [in Japanese]

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日立変成地域のカンブリア系について,ジルコンU-Pb SHRIMP年代値を追加し,既報の年代値をまとめ,各地層を再定義し,地質図を改めた.層序については,早期から晩期のカンブリア系を日立火山深成複合岩体として一括し,その中に赤沢層,玉簾層,変成花崗岩類,変成ポーフィリィを含めた.玉簾層の一部を分離して滝沢層を新設した.<br>西堂平層の堆積年代は白亜紀前期である.さらに,白亜紀後期に火成岩貫入と中圧型変成作用が起った.これは阿武隈帯の竹貫変成岩類の変成履歴とも共通し,東北日本列島でこのような急激なテクトニクスが起こった時期があったと推定した.<br>古第三紀の中央構造線が日本列島全体を縦断していたと仮定して,日本海形成前における,カンブリア系を含む日立古生層と東北日本列島基盤の復元を試み,日立古生層や阿武隈帯は中国東北部の佳木斯・ハンカ地帯に近接することを示した.カンブリア系日立火山深成複合岩体は北中国地塊の東縁に帰属することを主張した.

We revised the stratigraphy of the Hitachi metamorphic district, based on supplementary U-Pb SHRIMP zircon ages and a review of the geochronological data available for this district. Early to late Cambrian formations and intrusives are grouped into the Cambrian Hitachi volcano-plutonic complex, which consists of the Akazawa Formation, the Tamadare Formation, meta-granites and meta-porphyry. Post-Silurian mica gneiss that occurs near the Tamadare Formation is newly defined as the Takizawa Formation, distinct from the Tamadare Formation. The Daioin and Ayukawa formations are early Carboniferous and early Permian in age, respectively. The contact between the Hitachi volcano-plutonic complex and the Daioin Formation is marked by a prolonged hiatus. There are no geochronological data available for the Omika Formation.<br>Zircon U-Pb age data of the Nishidohira Formation indicate deposition during the Early Cretaceous. The Nishidohira Formation was intruded by 119 Ma granitoids and was metamorphosed during 118-96 Ma under conditions of the amphibolite facies, kyanite-sillimanite zone. Sedimentation, metamorphism and exhumation, and intrusion of granitic magma in the terrain of the Nishidohira Formation occurred over a short period of time during the Cretaceous. A similar rapid metamorphism and exhumation is also recorded in the Takanuki metamorphic rocks of the Abukuma Belt.<br>We reconstructed the basement of the Northeast Japan Arc for the period before the opening of the Japan Sea, assuming that the Median Tectonic Line had a linear trend from the Southwest Japan Arc to the Northeast Japan Arc during the Paleogene. After the reconstruction, the Paleozoic Hitachi Formations and the Abukuma Belt move closer to the Jiamusi and Khanka blocks of Northeast China. This result indicates that the Cambrian Hitachi volcano-plutonic complex was originally marginal part of the North China Block.

Journal

  • The Journal of the Geological Society of Japan

    The Journal of the Geological Society of Japan 122(6), 231-247, 2016

    The Geological Society of Japan

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130005253513
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00141768
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0016-7630
  • NDL Article ID
    027544792
  • NDL Call No.
    Z15-174
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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