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Tectonics, Magmatism and Metallogeny of Mongolia

Edited By: AB Dergunov
Publisher: Routledge
Tectonics, Magmatism and Metallogeny of Mongolia
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This volume provides the first systematic description of the most important geological structures of Mongolia and discusses the main features of these structures and their interactions. The reconstitution of palaeotectonic zonation of the Caledonian and Hercynian basins is presented and the difference in their geotectonic nature is demonstrated. The main characteristics of magmatism are described for each stage of tectonic development and the evolution of magmatism is considered with reference to lithosphere development. The volume also includes results of an isotopic geochemical study which provides information on the evolution of the Central Asia mantle. Mongolia is a key region of the world and this volume provides a primary source of reference for postgraduates and researchers.

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Preface 1. Precambrian Microcontinents A.B.Dergunov, 2. The Caledonides A.B.Dergunov 2.3. Late Caledonides of South Mongolia S.V.Ruzhentsev, 3. The Variscan belt of South Mongolia and Dzungaria S.V. Ruzhentsev, 4. Middle Palaeozoic continental margin magmatism of Mongolia V.V Yarmolyuk and V.I. Kovalenko, 5. The Indo-Sinides of inner Mongolia S.V. Ruzhentsev, 6. Upper Palaeozoic continental margin magmatism of Mongolia V.V Yarmolyuk and V.I. Kovalenko, 7. The Mesozoic-Cainozoic of Mongolia V.V Yarmolyuk and V.I. Kovalenko, 8. Ore deposits and metallogeny of Mongolia V.I. Kovalenko and V.V. Yarmolyuk, Conclusion: Tectonic development and Geodynamics of central Asia S.V. Ruzhentsev, V.I. Kovalenko, A.B. Dergunov and V. V. Yarmolyuk, References, Index

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Edited By: AB Dergunov
Publisher: Routledge
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