Uranium lead geochronology dating
But what about rocks and other materials on Earth? How do scientists actually know the age of a rock? Geochronologists are real detectives able to unravel the age of minerals and rocks on Earth. One of the widespread methods within geochronology is the radiometric dating technique based on the radioactive decay of Uranium U into Lead Pb. With this technique, geochronologists can date rocks of million to billions of years old. It works like a clock that starts ticking as soon as the rock is formed.
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USGS: Mineral Resources On-Line Spatial Data: uranium-lead analysis
Results of zircon and monazite U-Pb geochronologic analyses of 24 rock samples collected from mapped exposures identified while conducting new, detailed 1: U-Pb geochronology and isotopic studies of select plutons across the Salmon River suture in western Idaho. This report presents and makes data available to ongoing petrogenetic investigations of these rocks. It develops an accurate and current portrayal of their spatial distribution in GIS format while analyzed samples are presented via Excel workbooks. Compilation of isotopic and fission track age determinations, some previously published.
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Do you tell your age? – High-precision U–Pb dating
The mineral zircon adds three more fundamental advantages to uranium—lead dating. First, its crystal structure allows a small amount of tetravalent uranium to substitute for zirconium but excludes with great efficiency the incorporation of lead. It might be said that one begins with an empty box. Second, zircon, once formed, is highly resistant to change and has the highest blocking temperature ever observed. Finally, with few predictable exceptions, zircon grows or regrows only in liquid rock or in solid rock reheated to approach its melting point.
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