Abstract

Seismic gravity modeling along the Eurobridge-96–Eurobridge-97 DSS geotransects has shown that the Central Belarus suture zone formed in the Paleoproterozoic as a results of the subduction and collision processes at the convergent junction of the Fennoscandian and Sarmatian segments of the East European Platform. The influence of pre-Riphean processes on the subsequent tectonic events occurring on the territory of Belarus during the Phanerozoic has been established.

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