Petrogenesis of a Hybrid Cluster of Evolved Kimberlites and Ultramafic Lamprophyres in the Kuusamo Area, Finland
Hayden Dalton, Andrea Giuliani, Hugh O'Brien, David Phillips, Janet Hergt, Roland Maas
JOURNAL OF PETROLOGY | OXFORD UNIV PRESS | Published : 2019
Kimberlites are often closely associated, both in time and space, with a wide variety of alkaline ultramafic rock types, yet the question of a genetic relationship between these rock types remains uncertain. One locality where these relationships can be studied within the same cluster is the Karelian craton in Finland. In this study we present the first petrographic, mineral and whole-rock geochemical results for the most recently discovered kimberlite cluster on this craton, which represents an example of the close spatial overlap of kimberlites with ultramafic lamprophyres. The Kuusamo cluster incorporates seven bodies [Kasma 45, Kasma 45 south, Kasma 47, Kalettomanpuro (KP), Kattaisenvaar..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Research Council (ARC) through a Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA)
This work was supported by an Australian Research Training Program PhD Scholarship to H.D. and the Australian Research Council (ARC) through a Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) to A.G. (grant no. DE-1501000009).