Crystalline rocks of the Antarctic Peninsula
Entry ID: dlb_APgeothermochron

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Summary
Abstract: This dataset consists of: (1) a suite of crystalline rocks (primarily granitoids & quartzites, with subordinate gneisses, schists, volcanic rocks, and mafic intrusive rocks) collected from the Antarctic Peninsula and adjacent islands, and (2) geochronology and geochemistry data from some of the aforementioned samples.

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Purpose: These samples and resulting data were collected to assess (1) the exhumation history of the Antarctic Peninsula, (2) the composition & provenance of possible metasedimentary and igneous sediment sources for the Cretaceous-Cenozoic Larsen basin, and (3) the geochronology of the Antarctic Peninsula.

These efforts are/were primarily undertaken to understand (1) the history of opening of Drake Passage between the Antarctic Peninsula and southernmost South America, and (2) assessment of the purported Cretaceous glaciation of Antarctica.
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Description: SESAR metadata entry for samples collected and/or analyzed associated with NSF Awards 1241460 and 1241574

Description: Links to NSF Project/Award description pages, as follows:
NSF Award 0732995 (Barbeau)
NSF Award 1241460 (Barbeau)
NSF Award 1241574 (Hemming)
Geographic Coverage
Spatial coordinates   
  N: -62.0   S: -72.25   E: -56.5   W: -69.5

Paleo Temporal Coverage
ISO Topic Category
Quality The quality of geochronology and geochemistry data is variable depending largely upon sample quality, but is generally within the standards required for publication in scientific journals in the first decade of the 21st century.
Access Constraints Access to and use of samples is dependent upon the state of ongoing projects at the University of South Carolina. Contact PI (David Barbeau) for any sample usage requests.

Use of acquired and published geochronology and geochemistry data is unconstrained.

Access to and use of unpublished geochronology and geochemistry data is dependent upon the state of ongoing projects at the University of South Carolina. Contact PI (David Barbeau) with any requests or inquiries about existing unpublished data.
Use Constraints Use of acquired and published geochronology and geochemistry data is unconstrained, pending acknowledgement of the Tectonics and Sedimentation Laboratory at the University of South Carolina and citation of peer-reviewed publications in which the data was originally published.

Access to and use of unpublished geochronology and geochemistry data is dependent upon the state of ongoing projects at the University of South Carolina. Contact PI (David Barbeau) with any requests or inquiries about existing unpublished data.
Data Set Progress
IN WORK
Data Center
Tectonics and Sedimentation Laboratory, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of South Carolina
Dataset ID: dlbAPgeothermochron

Data Center Personnel
Name: DAVID LONGFELLOW BARBEAU, JR
Phone: +1.803.777.5162
Fax: +1.803.777.6610
Email: dbarbeau at geol.sc.edu
Contact Address:
University of South Carolina Dept of Earth & Ocean Sciences
City: Columbia
Province or State: SC
Postal Code: 29208
Country: USA
Distribution
Distribution Media: email/download
Distribution Size: variable
Distribution Format: .xls/.xlsx/.txt
Fees: variable
Personnel
Role: INVESTIGATOR
Phone: +1.803.777.5162
Fax: +1.803.777.6610
Email: dbarbeau at geol.sc.edu
Contact Address:
University of South Carolina Dept of Earth & Ocean Sciences
City: Columbia
Province or State: SC
Postal Code: 29208
Country: USA
Extended Metadata Properties
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2013-01-22
Last DIF Revision Date: 2014-12-09
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