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Metallogenic characteristics in relation to tectonic framework of the Himalaya
|Other titles||Himālaya ke vivartanika ḍhān̐ce se sambandhita dhātujananika viśeshatāe̐|
|Statement||by Arabinda Ghose = Himālaya ke vivartanika ḍhān̐ce se sambandhita dhātujananika viśeshatāe̐ / dvārā Aravinda Ghosha.|
|Series||Memoirs / Geological Survey of India -- v. 132 = -- Saṃsmaraṇa / Bhāratīya Bhūvaijñānika Sarvekshaṇa -- khaṇḍa 132|
|Contributions||Geological Survey of India., India. Dept. of Science and Technology., Presidency College, Calcutta. Dept. of Geology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 232 p.,  folded leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||2007393091|
their agreement with the conceptual tectonic model of the HSB envisaged by several authors (e.g. Seeber et al. ), a widely accepted tectonic model for the Himalayan great earthquakes. 2. Tectonic model Based on teleseismic hypocentral data, a conceptual tectonic model of the Himalaya was ﬁrst suggested by Seeber et al. (). This book focuses on the metallogeny and main tectonic events of the North China Craton from early Precambrian to Phanerozoic. It covers the Archean crustal growth, Paleoproterozoic rifting-subduction-collision processes, Great Oxidation Event, Meso-Neoproterozoic multiple rifting, Phanerozoic reworking of the North China Craton, as well as metallogeny related to above different processes.
The geology of Myanmar is shaped by dramatic, ongoing tectonic processes controlled by shifting tectonic components as the Indian plate slides northwards and towards Southeast Asia. Myanmar spans across parts of three tectonic plates (the Indian Plate, Burma microplate and Shan Thai Block) separated by north-trending the west, a highly oblique subduction zone separates the offshore. Biswas SK () Regional tectonic framework, structure and evolution of the Western Marginal basins of India. Tectonophysics – CrossRef Google Scholar Bouilhol P, Schaltegger U, Chiaradia M, Ovtcharova M, Stracke A, Burg JP, Dawood H () Timing of juvenile arc crust formation and evolution in the Sapat complex (Kohistan-Pakistan).Cited by: 4.
variable characteristics, the mining geologist, the metallogenist, and the geochemist are in the first instance concerned with distinguishing the metal, or metallic associations, on a regional or planetary scale. Metallogenic epochs and types of deposits are left aside at this stage. Goswami S, Upadhyay PK () Tectonic history of the granitoids and Kadiri schist belt in the SW of Cuddapah basin, Andhra Pradesh, India. Tectonic history of the granitoids and Kadiri schist belt in the SW of Cuddapah basin, Andhra Pradesh, India. In: Mukherjee S (ed) Tectonics and structural geology: Indian by: 2.
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Introduction. Myanmar (Burma) is a highly prospective but poorly explored orogenic terrane. Despite limited past exploration, it is known to be well endowed in a diversity of mineral deposits, hosting important known reserves of varying economic significance of tin, tungsten, copper, gold, zinc, lead, nickel, silver, jade and gemstones (e.g., Barber et al.,Chhibber,Coggin Cited by: In our model we therefore derived proposed ages of their geneses on the basis of inferred tectonic settings, and below we discuss the evidence and limitations for placing these less well-constrained deposits into our metallogenic framework.
Typical features of metallogenic provinces 'A metallogenic province is the entity of mineral deposits that formed during a tectonic-metallogenic epoch within a major tectonic unit and which are characterized by related mineral composition, form of the deposits, and intensity of mineralization.' Related Book Content.
Lead–zinc–silver Cited by: The tectonic and metallogenic framework of Myanmar: A Tethyan mineral system Nicholas J. Gardiner a, ⁎, Laurence J. Robb a, Christopher K. Morley b,c, Michael P.
Searle a, Peter A. Cawood d, Martin J. Whitehouse e, Christopher L. Kirkland f, Nick M.W. Roberts g, Tin Aung Myint h a Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford. Metallogenic characteristics of the major type deposits in southeast Asia Xifeng Chen*, Jinhua Ye, Yunchuan Xiang, Xiufa Chen Development and Research Center, China Geological Survey, Beijing, China 1 Introduction The Southeast Asia is endowed with a.
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Sillitoe --Types of porphyry copper. A detailed Map explaining the Plate Tectonics and the Geology of the Himalayas and their formation. Helps us understand the basic fault lines between the Indian and the Eurasian Plate.
Many other smaller details make it a good guide to understanding the formation and the evolution of. The tectonic and metallogenic framework of Myanmar: A Tethyan mineral system Article (PDF Available) in Ore Geology Reviews 79 April with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The largest AMCG suite in the world is found in the Grenville province of North America, emplaced at,and Ma (Higgins and van Breemen, ;Corrigan and van. Tectonic and Metallogenetic History of Mexico Author(s) Since the Jurassic, the metallogenic evolution of Mexico can be understood as a product of the evolution of two major regions: the Pacific margin and the Gulf of Mexico.
This tectonic shift gave rise to the initial stages of the Paleocene boom in porphyry-type and sulfide skarn. The STMD, with an area of aboutkm 2 (Liu et al., ), forms a significant part of the giant Tethyan metallogenic ically, it is located in the Sanjiang Palaeo-Tethys, which is in the southeast segment of the East Tethyan tectonic domain, east of the Himalayan–Tibetan Orogen ().The complex geological and tectonic history of the STMD is due to subduction of the Tethyan Cited by: \/ H.K.
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Mukherjee -- Eocene partial melting recorded in peritectic garnets from kyanite-gneiss, Greater Himalayan. We outline a tectonic model for Myanmar from the Late Cretaceous onwards, and document nine major mineralization styles representing a range of commodities found within the country.
We propose a metallogenetic model that places the genesis of many of these metallotects within the framework of the subduction and suturing of Neo-Tethys and the Cited by: INTRODUCTION TO TECTONICS. The Earth is composed of layers of different composition and physical properties, principally the solid central core, the fluid peripheral core, the viscous mantle, and the solid.
In this plate -tectonic framework, large -scale deformation is the local response of the lithosphere to induced stresses. an example of a combined metallogenic-tectonic model; and (9) a description of the benefits of synthesizing a combined regional metallogenic-tectonic model.
A major goal of this chapter is to demonstrate that the. methodology of regional metallogenic and tectonic analysis is a useful theoretical tool for defining, characterizing, and interpret. Tectonics presents original research articles that describe and explain the evolution, structure, and deformation of Earth’s lithosphere including across the range of geologic time.
Anisotropy of full and partial anhysteretic remanence across different rock types: 1. Are partial anhysteretic remanence anisotropy tensors additive. Considering the regional tectonic history of the area and the fact that the major and trace element characteristics of the Triassic tonalite in the Duobaoshan deposit are similar to those of island–arc type igneous rocks, it is presented that the Triassic magmatic–metallogenic event might be closely related to the subduction of the Mongolia Cited by: 7.
(Tectonic and Metallogenic Model for Northeast Asia) that provides a detailed explanation of the tectonic and metallogenic model. For additional information, parts or all of the Professional Paper can be read. In addition, for information on the entire Russian Far East, the appropriate parts of Professional Paper on the.
Tectonics and Metallogeny of the Tethyan Orogenic Belt Jeremy P. Richards, Editor First Edition Printed by PBR Printing Driftwood Drive Cheyenne, Wyoming Additional copies of this publication can be obtained from Society of Economic Geologists, Inc.
Shaffer Parkway Littleton, CO ISBN File Size: KB. In the Karakorum Range there is a structurally complicated Cretaceous are comprising the Kohistan sequence.
On its northern side the Northern Suture consists of a mega-mélange and is bounded to the S by tightly folded pillow-bearing volcanics and sediments. To the S the Kohistan Plutonic Belt consists of (southwards): (a) early foliated and late post-tectonic tonalites and diorites, (b Cited by:.
A metallogenic epoch is a period of time during which a significant concentration of deposits of one metal formed in one or more provinces. Examples: Metallogenic Provinces in relation to Plate Tectonic Setting. Interior Basins. 1- Placer Gold deposits (e.g.
Witwatersand) 2- Unconformity type U deposits (e.g. Athabasca sands).The major purposes of this chapter are to provide (1) an overview of the regional geology, tectonics, and metallogenesis of Northeast Asia for readers who are unfamiliar with the region, (2) a general scientific introduction to the succeeding chapters of this volume, and (3) an overview of the methodology of metallogenic and tectonic analysis used in this study.
We outline a tectonic model for Myanmar from the Late Cretaceous onwards, and document nine major mineralization styles representing a range of commodities found within the country. We propose a metallogenetic model that places the genesis of many of these metallotects within the framework of the subduction and suturing of Neo-Tethys and the Cited by: