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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2011
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2011) 52 (12): 1662–1671.
... sedimentary basin localized on the margin of the TuvaMongolian massif in the setting of an island-arc system. The TuvaMongolian massif was recognized as an individual tectonic unit long ago ( Belichenko and Boos, 1988 ; Il’in, 1971 ). Nevertheless, the geodynamic setting, formation conditions...
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Schematic geological map of the northern <b>Tuva</b>–<b>Mongolian</b> <b>massif</b>.  1 , schist...
Published: 01 January 2013
Fig. 1. Schematic geological map of the northern TuvaMongolian massif. 1 , schists of the Gargan block; 2, Neoproterozoic cover of the Gargan block; 3 , Dunzhugur island arc (mainly basement rocks); 4 , sedimentary complexes associated with the Dunzhugur arc; 5 , volcanic and sedimentary
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Schematic geologic structure of the <b>Tuva</b>–<b>Mongolian</b> <b>massif</b>, compiled after  ...
Published: 01 December 2011
Fig. 1. Schematic geologic structure of the TuvaMongolian massif, compiled after Kuz’michev (2004) with supplements. 1 , Vendian–Cambrian deposits of the Khamsara, Dzhida, Khamar-Daban, and Tunka terranes; 2 , Vendian–Cambrian carbonate deposits of the Bokson and Hövsgöl Groups; 3
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2019
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2019) 60 (7): 720–734.
...I.V. Karmysheva; V.G. Vladimirov; R.A. Shelepaev; S.N. Rudnev; V.A. Yakovlev; D.V. Semenova Abstract —The Bayan-Kol gabbro–granite association has been recognized within the West Sangilen fragment of collision zone in the northwestern framing of the TuvaMongolian massif, and its composition, age...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2018
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2018) 59 (12): 1660–1678.
... that they formed during the Early Paleozoic collisional orogeny in the TuvaMongolian massif at the Cambrian–Ordovician boundary. The granites of the Kystarys complex are moderately alkaline high-K rocks and are enriched in Zr, Nb, Y, and REE; therefore, they are classified as postcollisional, transitional...
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Published: 01 June 2018
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2018) 59 (6): 652–672.
... of sedimentation, and provenances of metaterrigenous-carbonate complexes of the Derba block (Sayan Group), West Sangilen block of the TuvaMongolian massif (Erzin and Moren complexes), and the Khamar-Daban terrane (Slyudyanka Group) suggests that these structures were a single Vendian continental margin...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Memoirs, Geological Society, London, Memoirs
Published: 01 January 2011
DOI: 10.1144/M36.23
EISBN: 9781862394117
... Abstract The Bokson Group (Gr.) forms the platform cover in northern part of the Tuva-Mongolian Massif, south of the East Sayan Mountains. Widespread diamictites occur in the lower part of the Bokson Gr., in the Zabit Formation (Fm.). These contain erratic, faceted and striated stones along...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2019
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2019) 60 (1): 45–66.
... of the protolith (which is not less than 0.9 Ga old) have been preserved in the metamorphic rocks. Finally, we can conclude that the rocks of the Erzin complex can represent metamorphosed sediments which formed due to disintegration and deviation of the Precambrian formations, more likely the Tuva-Mongolian massif...
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Published: 01 June 2013
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2013) 54 (6): 567–586.
...I.A. Vishnevskaya; E.F. Letnikova Abstract The carbonate sediments from the Vendian–Cambrian shelf of the Tuva-Mongolian microcontinent were dated by Sr and C isotope chemostratigraphy. Analysis of the Sr-isotopic characteristics (0.70725–0.70873) and δ 13 C variations (+10.5 to –3.5‰), as well...
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The Precambrian <b>Tuva</b>–<b>Mongolian</b> and Dzavhan <b>massifs</b>. Granitoids and young de...
Published: 01 July 2011
Fig. 1. The Precambrian TuvaMongolian and Dzavhan massifs. Granitoids and young deposits are not shown. 1 , Siberian Craton; 2 , Vendian–Cambrian carbonate cover of Precambrian massifs; 3 , Paleozoic belt; 4 , undivided Precambrian complexes; 5 – 8 , Neoproterozoic (<800 Ma) complexes
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 08 July 2019
GSA Bulletin (2020) 132 (3-4): 477–494.
... growth. After the Tonian, the Tuva-Mongol microcontinent rifted from Siberia Craton followed by the breakup of Rodinia, and became a lonely massif in the Paleo-Asian Ocean. Subsequently during the early Paleozoic, a new arc system developed in the western Mongolian and started an east-dipping subduction...
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Published: 01 January 2007
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2007) 48 (1): 71–82.
... and Geochemical Data for Granitoids . Petrologiya 11 ( 5 ), 491 – 511 . Kuzmichev , A.B. , Tectonic history of the Tuva-Mongolian massif: Early Baikalian, Late Baikalian and Early Caledonian stages [in Russian], Probel-2000, Moscow . Maruyama , S. , 1994 . Plume tectonics . J. Geol...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 October 2020
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2020) 61 (10): 1088–1108.
... in their composition were due to the melting of thick crust, whose isotopic heterogeneity was caused by the different contributions of a more ancient crustal source. The crust of the TuvaMongolian terrane made the main contribution to the formation of the potassic granitoids of the Bren’ massif (450 Ma), marking...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2011
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2011) 52 (12): 1634–1642.
... – 349 . Kuz’michev , A.B. , 2004 . Tectonic History of the Tuva-Mongolian Massif: Early Baikalian and Early Caledonian Stages . Probel , Moscow . Letnikova , E.F. , Geletii , N.K. , 2005 . Vendian–Cambrian carbonate sequences in sedimentary cover of the TuvaMongolian...
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Published: 01 July 2011
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2011) 52 (7): 685–700.
...Fig. 1. The Precambrian TuvaMongolian and Dzavhan massifs. Granitoids and young deposits are not shown. 1 , Siberian Craton; 2 , Vendian–Cambrian carbonate cover of Precambrian massifs; 3 , Paleozoic belt; 4 , undivided Precambrian complexes; 5 – 8 , Neoproterozoic (<800 Ma) complexes...
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Published: 01 October 2013
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2013) 54 (10): 1250–1271.
...) resemble the Cambrian plagiogranites (e.g., Tylin massif of Kuznetsk Alatau) in their isotopic and geochemical characteristics, but they are not found in Ordovician assemblages of the Altai–Kuznetsk–Bateni segment ( Rudnev, 2013 ). Most of the Ordovician granitoids of the Tuva-Mongolian segment ( Rudnev...
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Geologic position and internal structure of intrusive alkaline <b>massifs</b> of t...
Published: 01 May 2019
, marbles, and quartzites) in the basement of the TuvaMongolian microcontinent; 3 , continent-marginal complexes of Late Riphean–Vendian and Cambrian metamorphosed carbonate-terrigenous and volcanic rocks of Central Sangilen; 4 , Vendian–Early Cambrian tectonic fragments (I, Agardag zone, II, Kaa-Khem
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Schematic occurrence of the Tunka terrane metavolcanics.  1 , Cenozoic depo...
Published: 01 September 2009
-Daban terrane: 9 , 10 , Khangarul Group: 9 , Bezymyanskaya Formation, 10 , Kharagol Formation, 11 , Slyudyanka Group; 12 , TuvaMongolian massif; 13 , thrust boundary of the Tunka terrane and TuvaMongolian massif; 14 , predicted boundary of the Tunka and Khamar-Daban terranes; 15 , sampling
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2021
Russ. Geol. Geophys. (2021) 62 (4): 389–400.
... of the Siberian craton and (2) the presence of a product of this magmatism in the Anga–Talanchan island arc, namely, the Krestovsky massif with gabbro-diorite to granite phases. This suggests subduction of the Paleoasian oceanic crust under the island arc before the collision. The geophysical data showed a steep...
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Localization of gold deposits in geologic structures of eastern <b>Tuva</b>.  1 , ...
Published: 01 December 2008
Fig. 1. Localization of gold deposits in geologic structures of eastern Tuva. 1 , 2 — volcanosedimentary deposits: 1 — D–C, 2 — (Є–S; 3 — volcanoterrigenous-car-bonate deposits of the Tuva-Mongolian massif, V–(Є; 4 — intrusive rocks of the Kaa-Khem batholith; 5 — faults of: a — Kaa