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Provenance and pre-Mesozoic evolution of the Lucomagno unit (central Swiss Alps): a geochemical, isotopic and geochronological approach
Many studies in the central Swiss Alps have primarily focused on the Alpine and Variscan tectonometamorphic history recorded in distinct basement units and their Mesozoic cover. In order to unravel the provenance and pre-Mesozoic evolution of polymetamorphic lithologies, the present study combines classical geological techniques with geochemical, isotopic and high-resolution geochronological methods. The case study was carried out on the Lucomagno unit, which forms part of the Lower Penninicdoi:10.3929/ethz-a-001692988 fatcat:sl3puooi7rfoxkpxfxatbvf5bu