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||Early Precambrian history and 3D models of deep crustal structure
||Special paper ; 510
Special papers (Geological Society of America) ; 510. ^A20279
||Introduction -- Tectonic zoning of the Early Precambrian crust of the East European Platform -- Mesoarchean Kola-Karelia continent -- Neoarchean intracontinental areas of sedimentation, magmatism, and high-temperature metamorphism (hot regions) in eastern Fennoscandia -- Northeastern part of the Archean Sarmatia continent -- Neoarchean Volgo-Uralia continent -- Middle Paleoproterozoic Bryansk-Kursk-Voronezh intracontinental -- Middle Paleoproterozoic active continental margin of Sarmatia -- Late Paleoproterozoic Lapland--Mid-Russia--South Baltia intracontinental collisional orogen -- Late Paleoproterozoic North Voronezh intracontinental collisional orogen -- Late Paleoproterozoic Svecofennian accretionary orogen -- Late Paleoproterozoic Svecofennian accretionary orogen -- Late Paleoproterozoic late- and postcollisional granitoid and alkaline magmatism -- Study of the basement of the Russian European Platform based on a system of geotraverses and CMP profiles: 3D models of the Early Precambrian crust in key regions -- Verification of the geological model of deep crustal structure: comparison with the seismic sections constructed using a homogeneous functions method according to refracted waves -- 3D deep structure of the Early Precambrian crust in the East European craton: a synthesis -- Specifics of the eclogite-facies metamorphism in the Precambrian -- Granulite-gneiss belt: a special type of tectonic structure, the uniqueness of which is not limited to high-grade metamorphism -- Evolution and major features of the Early Precambrian crust of the East European craton -- Conclusions -- Appendix I: Geological and geophysical maps and cross sections, and 3D representations of the East European craton -- Appendix II-1: Methodology of the geological interpretation of regional geophysical data -- Appendix II-2: Geological-tectonic maps with geodynamic elements: Methodological principles and approaches -- Appendix II-3: Petrological research techniques -- Appendix II-4: North American craton: Emergence and evolution of the Paleoproterozoic orogens.
||"Extensive geological and geophysical surveying contribute to understanding of the deep crustal structure and geological history of the Early Precambrian crust of the eastern Fennoscandian Shield and the basement of the East European Platform. The authors present 3D models of the deep crustal structure of the territory, and reconstruct the succession of geological events"-- Provided by publisher.
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|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 403-433).|