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We performed U-Pb dating by the SHRIMP II method of zircon from granites and pegmatites in the southeastern part of the Main Sayan Fault (northern part of Khamar-Daban and southeastern part of the Belya-Kitoi Terrains in the Central Asian fold belt). According to the results obtained, along with...
The negative correlation between values δD and δ 18 O and concentrations of dissolved silicon in nitrogen hot springs is ascertained, which attests to the directed alteration of their hydroisotopic composition towards being depleted in heavy isotopes during interaction in the water-rock system....
Based on the general physical nature of tsunami generation, it is established that it is an attribute of seismically hazardous areas and regions adjacent to large water reservoirs and is threatening to the population and infrastructure of the coastal zones. The main preconditions and...
The factual evidence and the evidence of experimental studies support a cumulative origin of dunites from alkali-ultrabasic complexes of the Siberian Craton (Guli, Kondyor, Inagli, and others). These rocks formed during deep igneous evolution of melts that are close to biotite-pyroxene alkali...
Through local U-Pb isotope analysis of zircon and Sir-Need data on rock-forming minerals, the age of nephrite-bearing monzonite-diorite dikes of the Uzunkyr Belt has been determined. The derived datings coincide with known geological events that took place in the Phanerozoic on the territory of...
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