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The major tectonic units of the Neoarchean Volgo-Uralia continent, which is ~600,000 km2 in area, are contrastingly expressed in regional gravity and magnetic maps. Interpretations of seismic images of the crust along the TATSEIS geotraverse in combination with 3D density and magnetic crust models provide insights into the volumetric representation of tectonic structures of various ranks. Granulite-gneiss crust of Volgo-Uralia is characterized by elevated thickness (~60 km and locally up to 65–70 km). The deep structure of Volgo-Uralia assumes that the entire crustal section, including the lower crust, is composed of high-density granulite metamorphic facies rocks. Specific structural units...

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