D. G. Gee's The Neoproterozoic Timanide Orogen Of Eastern Baltica PDF

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Geological Survey Canada. Bulletin, 368, 26 pp. AKSENOV, E. M. 1967. [Vendian Complex in the eastern part of the Russian Platform], hvestiia Akademii nauk SSSR, Seriia geologicheskaia, 9, 81-91 [in Russian]. ANCYGIN, N. , ZOLOEV, K. , CHUVASHOV, B. L, et al. 1994. [Explanatory notes to the stratigraphic schemes of the Urals (Precambrian, Paleozoic)]. Roscomnedra, Institute of Geology & Geochemistry, Urals Branch of RAS, Ekaterinburg, 158 pp [in Russian]. ANDREICHEV, V. L. 1999. [Isotopic geochronology of Preuralides of the Subpolar Urals].

Cf. lacera. , G. , G. , G. , Inzeria cf. , Parmites nubilosus Raab. et Komar, P. concrescens Raab. Tungussia perforata Raab. and Poludia polymorpha Raab. As these authors note, the Pre-Pav'yug part of the Upper Riphean sequence in the vicinity of the Tsilmen Kamen can be There are a variety of viewpoints on the tectonic and sedimentary history of the territory under review during the Riphean-Vendian time. OGa) and long intervals in between of quasi-static conditions (Maslov 1994, 20000; Maslov et al 1997).

The lower part of the formation displays characteristic wavy and horizontal bedding (Dedeev & Getsen 1987) that indicate RIPHEAN AND VENDIAN: TIMANIDES AND URALIDES shallow-marine environments. The Pav'yug Formation (10001400 m) comprises limestones and dolostones with numerous stromatolites Conophyton garganicus var ikeni Raab. , G. , Inzeria cf. , Parmites nubilosis, Baicalia ex. gr. prima, B. cf. lacera, Poludia mutabilis Raab et Kom. (Raaben & Oparenkova 1997). These sediments were formed mainly in shallowmarine and sublittoral environments (Raaben 1975; Getsen 1987, 1991) but back-reef, reef and basinal facies are also present (Bogdanov & Plyakin 1999).

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