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We discuss the Late Neoproterozoic and Vendian and Cambrian evolution of sedimentary basins and regional deposition events in the southwestern and southern margins of the Siberian craton from the Igarka region in the lower reaches of the Yenisei to the Patom Upland northeast of Lake Baikal. The deposition history between ca. 750 and 543 Ma was reconstructed using correlation of Late Neoproterozoic sediments with regard to diamictite deposited during global Sturtian and Varangerian glacials, rifting and collisional events, and eustatic sea level fluctuations. The accretionary and collisional events of 880–750 Ma were followed by the breakup of the supercontinent that...

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