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CAOB occupies a vast area that extends from the Urals to the Far East Asia and from the Siberian craton to the North China and Tarim cratons (Fig. 1, A). In order to better constrain Precambrian tectonic evolution of the CAOB, it is important to revisit Precambrian terranes of Mongolia as outlined in Badarch et al. [2002] that contain Archean to Proterozoic metamorphic basement and Neoproterozoic metasedimentary and volcanic rocks.

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Uyanga Bold
University of Tokyo

Department of Earth Science and Astronomy, Meguro-ku

Tokyo 153-8902

Francis Macdonald
Harvard University

Earth and Planetary Sciences Department, 

Cambridge, MA 02138

Yukio Isozaki
University of Tokyo

Department of Earth Science and Astronomy, 

Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8902

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2. Bold U., Crowley J.L., Smith E.F., Sambuu O., Macdonald F.A., 2016a. Neoproterozoic to early Paleozoic tectonic evolution of the Zavkhan terrane of Mongolia: Implications for crustal growth in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt. Lithosphere 8 (6), 729–750.

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Для цитирования:

Bold U., Macdonald F., Isozaki Y. CO-EVOLUTION OF PROTEROZOIC CRATONIC FRAGMENTS IN WESTERN AND NORTHERN MONGOLIA. Геодинамика и тектонофизика. 2017;8(3):417-420.

For citation:

Bold U., Macdonald F., Isozaki Y. CO-EVOLUTION OF PROTEROZOIC CRATONIC FRAGMENTS IN WESTERN AND NORTHERN MONGOLIA. Geodynamics & Tectonophysics. 2017;8(3):417-420.

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