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Rockvale Monzogranite STRATNO: 76965
Current: Yes Rank: Formation, beds Status: Reserved State(s): NSW
Category: Variation of published name Usage: Briefly described Definition Card: No
Originator: Blevin, P. (GSNSW) 26-JUN-12 Entry date: 26-JUN-12Last Update: 30-JAN-13
Replaced by: Previously known as: Rockvale Adamellite
Description: Biotite monzogranite, granodiorite. Commonly foliated S-type biotite granitoids commonly with blue quartz, and minor amphibole, garnet and graphite
Comments: Name updated to meet IUGS standards. See previous name for definition. GSNSW shows this as Carboniferous (from U/Pb SHRIMP date), although previously considered Permian.
Geological province: No province information available
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Unit Age Timescale: GTS 2004 Event: intrusion
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Maximum age: Kasimovian Ma: 303 3 % from base of biozone: Age method: isotopic, U/Pb-Pb/Pb ion probe

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