Prograde Reaction Series in Metapelites around the Janggun Mine

장군광산 주변의 변성이질암에서의 누진변성반응 계열

  • Ahn, Kun-Sang (Department of Geology, Chungnam National University) ;
  • Jeong, Hyun-Hee (Department of Geology, Chungnam National University) ;
  • Lee, Hyun Koo (Department of Geology, Chungnam National University)
  • Received : 1993.08.16
  • Published : 1993.08.31


The Janggun mine area is occupied by the Proterzoic and the Paleozoic meta-pelites, which are intruded by the Jurassic Chunyang granite. The metamorphic terrain is divided into four zones of progressive metamorphism on the basis of mineral assemblages. The zones are chlorite zone, staurolite zone, andalusite zone, sillimanite zone ascending order. Boundary lines between the zones resemble outline of the Chunyang granite mass. Isograd reactions are chlorite+chloritoid+muscovite=staurolite+biotite+quartz+water, staurolite+chlorite+muscovite+quartz=andalusite+biotite+water, and staurolite+muscovite+quartz=andalusite+biotite+garnet+water between the chlorite zone and the staurolite zone, the staurolite zone and the andalusite zone, and the andalusite zone and the sillimanite zone, repectively. They are univariant reactions in KFMASH component system. Metamorphic conditions estimated from garnet-biotite geothermometers and phase equlibria are $530^{\circ}C$ and lower than 4 kb.



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