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THE EARLY-MIDDLE PALEOZOIC VOLCANISM AND GEODYNAMIC EVOLUTION OF THE HERLEN MASSIF, CENTRAL PART OF THE CAOB: CONSTRAINS FROM GEOCHEMISTRY, U-PB GEOCHRONOLOGY, LU-HF AND RB-SR ISOTOPES OF VOLCANIC ROCKS

https://doi.org/10.5800/GT-2017-8-3-0279

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Mongolia lies in the central part of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt [Mossakovsky et al., 1994; Zorin, 1999; Jahn, 2004; Khain et al., 2003; Badarch et al., 2002; Windley et al., 2007; Zhang et al, 2008], or Altaids [Şengör et al., 1993; Şengör, Natal’in, 1996; Wilhem et al., 2012], which is fringed by the Siberian craton in the north and by the Tarim and Sino-Korean Cratons in the south. According to the recent tectonic subdivision, the territory of Mongolia is subdivided into Northern and Southern domains which are separated by the so called Mid Mongolian Tectonic Line [Tomurtogoo, 2012]. The Herlen Massif is one of the important tectonic units of the South Mongolian domain in the Argun-Idermeg super terrane extending through the territories of Russia and China [Parfenov et al., 2009; Tomurtogoo, 2014b]. The Herlen massif, also known as Herlen superterrane [Tomurtogoo, 2012] or Idermeg terrane [Tomurtogoo, 2014a] is composed of Ereendavaa, Undur-Khaan, Idermeg and Gobian Altay-Baruun Urt terranes converged at the end of the Cambrianbeginning of the Ordovician [Badarch et al., 2002; Tomurtogoo, 2014b].

Об авторах

Ts. Narantsetseg
Institute of Paleontology and Geology, Mongolian Academy of Sciences
Монголия
Ulaanbaatar


D. Orolmaa
Institute of Paleontology and Geology, Mongolian Academy of Sciences
Монголия
Ulaanbaatar


Chao Yuan
Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry,Chinese Academy of Sciences
Китай

State Key Laboratory of Isotope Geochemistry, 

Guangzhou 510640



Tao Wang
Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
Китай
Beijing 100037


Lei Guo
Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
Китай
Beijing 100037


Ying Tong
Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences
Китай
Beijing 100037


Xinyu Wang
Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Китай

State Key Laboratory of Isotope Geochemistry, 

Guangzhou 510640



T. Oyunchimeg
Institute of Paleontology and Geology, Mongolian Academy of Sciences
Монголия
Ulaanbaatar


O. Enkh-Orshikh
Institute of Paleontology and Geology, Mongolian Academy of Sciences
Монголия
Ulaanbaatar


P. Delgerzaya
Institute of Paleontology and Geology, Mongolian Academy of Sciences
Монголия
Ulaanbaatar


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Для цитирования:


Narantsetseg T., Orolmaa D., Yuan C., Wang T., Guo L., Tong Y., Wang X., Oyunchimeg T., Enkh-Orshikh O., Delgerzaya P. THE EARLY-MIDDLE PALEOZOIC VOLCANISM AND GEODYNAMIC EVOLUTION OF THE HERLEN MASSIF, CENTRAL PART OF THE CAOB: CONSTRAINS FROM GEOCHEMISTRY, U-PB GEOCHRONOLOGY, LU-HF AND RB-SR ISOTOPES OF VOLCANIC ROCKS. Геодинамика и тектонофизика. 2017;8(3):521-523. https://doi.org/10.5800/GT-2017-8-3-0279

For citation:


Narantsetseg T., Orolmaa D., Yuan C., Wang T., Guo L., Tong Y., Wang X., Oyunchimeg T., Enkh-Orshikh O., Delgerzaya P. THE EARLY-MIDDLE PALEOZOIC VOLCANISM AND GEODYNAMIC EVOLUTION OF THE HERLEN MASSIF, CENTRAL PART OF THE CAOB: CONSTRAINS FROM GEOCHEMISTRY, U-PB GEOCHRONOLOGY, LU-HF AND RB-SR ISOTOPES OF VOLCANIC ROCKS. Geodynamics & Tectonophysics. 2017;8(3):521-523. https://doi.org/10.5800/GT-2017-8-3-0279

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