A comparison of geochronological methods commonly applied to kimberlites and related rocks: Three case studies from Finland
Hayden Dalton, Andrea Giuliani, David Phillips, Janet Hergt, Roland Maas, Erin Matchan, Jon Woodhead, Hugh O'Brien
Chemical Geology | ELSEVIER | Published : 2020
Awarded by Society of Economic Geology Student Research Grant
Awarded by Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)
This work was supported by an Australian Research Training Program PhD Scholarship, Society of Economic Geology Student Research Grant (SRG 18-43) and Geological Society of Australia Victoria Division student award to HD, and a Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Ambizione fellowship (n. PZ00P2_180126/1) to AG. We would like to thank the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK) for providing access to their drill-core storage facility and making this project possible. We thank Graham Hutchinson for his analytical help during SEM sessions, Matthew Felgate and Abaz Alimanovic for mineral separation guidance, Alan Greig for support during LA-ICP-MS analyses, Stan Szczepanski for his expertise in the AuScope-supported 40Ar/39Ar dating laboratory and Ashlea Wainwright and Serene Paul for assistance with column chemistry procedures. HD is also grateful for assistance with IsoplotR provided by Pieter Vermeesch. We are thankful for a positive and constructive review from an anonymous reviewer and the comments and efficient editorial handling of Balz Kamber. This is publication 61 from the Kimberlites and Diamonds Research Group at the University of Melbourne (http://kimberlitesdiamonds.org/).