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Brazilian Journal of Geology

versão impressa ISSN 2317-4889

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SILVA, Fernanda Rodrigues da et al. Geochemistry and geochronology U-Pb Shrimp of granites from Peixoto de Azevedo: Alta Floresta Gold Province. Braz. J. Geol. [online]. 2014, vol.44, n.3, pp.433-455. ISSN 2317-4889.  http://dx.doi.org/10.5327/Z2317-4889201400030007.

The analysis of petrographic, geochemical and geochronological data of granites in the Peixoto de Azevedo region, Mato Grosso, Brazil, in the eastern portion of the Alta Floresta Gold Province, led to the recognition of two granitic bodies bounded by regional major faults and shear zones. In the northwestern portion a body with featured as biotite granodiorite, coarse-grained, with porphyritic to inequigranular texture, metaluminous to peraluminous, high-K calc-alkaline and magnesium character. In the southeastern portion of the area, a biotite monzogranite coarse-grained, with equigranular to porphyritic texture, slightly peraluminous, high-K calc-alkaline and dominantly of ferrous character. U- Pb dating (SHRIMP) showed that the biotite monzogranite has an age of 1869 ± 10 Ma, similar to the Matupá Intrusive Suite, while the biotite granodiorite has an age of 1781 ± 10 Ma, that is the age expected to Peixoto Granite. Both units show patterns of rare earth elements with enrichment of light over heavy and negative Eu anomaly (LaN/YbN " 7.6 to 17.31 and ratios Eu/Eu* between 0.46 - 0.72 for biotite monzogranite and LaN/YbN " 7.13 to 29.09 with ratios Eu/Eu* between 0.25 - 0.40 for the biotite granodiorite). Trace elements pattern for both present negative anomalies of Ba, P, Ti and Nb indicating an evolution from mineral fractionation and subduction related sources. In this paper, it is sugested that the monzogranite Matupá was developed in mature arc tectonic environment. For the Peixoto Granite, two hypotheses are suggested: (a) it was developed in younger magmatic arc environment associated with the Colider Magmatism or (b) it was generated in extentional tectonic environment during the Columbia Supercontinent break up.

Palavras-chave : Geochronology; Amazonian Craton; Alta Floresta Intrusive Suite Matupá.

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