Tertiary magmatism of the Rhodopian region

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Istituti editoriali e poligrafici internazionali , Pisa
Magmatism -- Rhodope Mountains, Geology, Stratigraphic -- Rhodope Mountains -- Ter
Statementeditors, G. Christofides, P. Marchev, G. Serri.
ContributionsChristofides, G., Marchev, P., Serri, G.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 199-365 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17613148M

The metallogeny of SMMMB is related to the same Cenozoic magmatism, with the deposits being commonly related to Oligocene-Miocene magmatic activity and in some cases to Pliocene or even Tertiary.

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What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Tertiary magmatism of the Rhodopian Region. General papers. S Rocchi G Longaretti M Salvadori.

4 other sections not shown. Other editions - View all. Publications of Marchev. I - Parts of Books(full refereed): Marchev, P., Singer, B. 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of magmatism and hydrothermal activity of the Madjarovo base-precious metal ore district, eastern Rhodopes, : Blundell, D., Neubauer, F.

& von Quadt, A. (eds), The timing and location of major ore deposits in an evolving orogen. Anorogenic intra-plate magmatism was widespread in Europe from early Tertiary to Recent times, extending west to east from Spain to Bulgaria, and south to north from Sicily to central Germany.

Magmatism is spatially and temporally associated with Alpine-Pyrenean collisional tectonics, the development of an extensive lithospheric rift system in the northern foreland of the Alps, and, Cited by: Post-collisional ( Ma) adakitic magmatism in the Rhodope Massif and the Kraishte region, including W.

Srednogorie, in South Bulgaria followed the collision of the Rhodope and Pelagonian. The Hellenic orogen that extends into the Aegean area and Turkey is a composite of three orogenic Cimmerian orogenic belt, which includes the Rhodope, Serbomacedonian, Circum Rhodope, Axios, and Pelagonian zones in Greece and the Sakarya, Kirklareli, Sinop, and Bayburt zones in Turkey (Şengör et al., ; Okay et al., ), represents an internal orogenic belt created in pre.

A reference volume on the geology of North Africa, this volume deals with Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco.

In great detail the geology, tectonic elements, the geology of the Pan-African Shield, the Phanerozoic geological evolution and most of the lithostratigrahpic units of the five countries are described. Moreover, the petroleum geology and petroleum systems are discussed, as. The Tibetan Plateau is a geological amalgamation of several continental collision events since the Early Paleozoic (cf.

Dewey et al.,Kapp et al.,Yin and Harrison,Zhu et al., a, Zhu et al., ).The Lhasa Terrane is the southernmost Eurasian block speculated as having rifted from Gondwana in the Triassic or the mid- to late Jurassic Tertiary magmatism of the Rhodopian region book drifted northward across the.

The timing of early Permian S-type magmatism has been constrained to~ Ma, with minor occurrences at~ Ma (Cawood et al., a; Donchak et al., ; Rosenbaum et al., ). Early. After an early Alpine phase of accretion, eclogite-facies metamorphism, and orogenic nappe stacking, the late Alpine postcollisional evolution of the Central Rhodopian dome started with the intrusion of granitic bodies at about 42 to 41 Ma, probably marking the beginning of extension and core complex formation.

designated G. Brown responsible for the western Arabian shield region in which he had previously worked under U.S. foreign-aid programs. In January F. Davies, Chairman, Board of Directors, Arabian-American Oil Co., approved Aramco's participation and appointed the late R.

Postcollisional contractional and extensional deformation in the Aegean region. In Postcollisional Tectonics and Magmatism in the Mediterranean Region and Asia (eds Dilek, Y.

& Pavlides, S.), pp. 97 – Geological Society of America, Special Paper The late Tertiary–Quaternary evolution of the region was controlled by the generally northward motion of Afro-Arabia and the compressional tectonics induced by the convergence between Eurasia and Afro-Arabia.

and the scale of collisions strongly controlled the syn- to postcollisional tectonics and magmatism in the Mediterranean region. Tertiary magmatism of the Rhodopian Region: Foreword: A.

Harkovska et alii, Paleogene magmatism in the Central Rhodope area, Bulgaria - A review and new data ; P Marchev et alii, Paleogene orogenic and alkaline basic magmas in the Rhodope zone: relationships, nature of magma sources, and role of crustal contamination ;P.

Marchev et alii. The Cenozoic geology and the present lithospheric and upper-mantle structure of the Anatolian plateau in eastern Turkey and nearby regions are the result of the final collision and suturing of the continental Arabia plate to the Turkish terranes (i.e., microcontinents).

Tertiary granitoid rocks of Mt. Kopaonik belong to the Dinaride granitoid suite of the Late Paleogene/Early Neogene calc-alkaline igneous formation of the Serbian part of the Balkan Peninsula (Cvetković et al.,) which continues in southern Bulgaria (e.g.

Boncev, ; Cvetković et al., ) and northern Greece. PDF | On Jan 1,R.

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Nedialkov and others published Petrology of the volcanism in the southeasten part of the Momchilgrad-Arda volcanic region, southeastern Bulgaria | Find, read and cite all.

The Central Andean tin belt is an elongated metallogenic province, confined to the Eastern Cordillera of the Andean orogen and extending for more than km from southeastern Peru, through Bolivia, up to northern Argentina ().Hundreds of Sn–W–(Ag) deposits, many of which are world-class (e.g., Llallagua, Cerro Rico de Potosi, Oruro, San Rafael), define the province, and have been.

Enzo Mantovani, Marcello Viti, Daniele Babbucci, Caterina Tamburelli, Dario Albarello, "Geodynamic connection between the indentation of Arabia and the Neogene tectonics of the central–eastern Mediterranean region", Postcollisional Tectonics and Magmatism in the Mediterranean Region and Asia, Yildirim Dilek, Spyros Pavlides.

Tertiary continental arc magmatic activity in the TCS belt is dominated by various volcanic and intrusive rocks (Fig. 6), with major magmatic pulses in the EME at ca.

55 and 37 Ma., and in the ELO at ca. 34 and 24 Ma. (Hushmandzadeh,Jafarian,Valizadeh and Jafarian, ). A new compilation of reliable isotope age data indicates that Cretaceous magmatism in SE China occurred in four major episodes during – Ma, – Ma, – Ma and 87–97 Ma.

A-type granitic and within-plate basaltic magmatism from –90 Ma suggests a dominant extensional environment in the region.

The first tectono-magmatic event related to the Tertiary rifting was the eruption of voluminous flood basalts that apparently occurred in a rather short time interval at around 30 Ma; strong plateau uplift, which resulted in the development of the Ethiopian and Somalian plateaus now surrounding the rift valley, has been suggested to have.

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The book contains successive chapters on the geological structure of Albania, geological profiles, magmatism, Tertiary molasse basins and neo-tectonics and seismicity. I personally would have placed the chapter on the geological evolution of Albania that follows much earlier in the book (e.g. as second chapter) in order to provide a framework.

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The following episodes can be distinguished: (1) an early Tertiary plutonism-volcanism in the southern Lhasa block (Yangbajing region), strongly related to intracontinental tectono-metamorphism, (2) a late Jurassic to early Cretaceous plutonism in the central and northern Lhasa block, and (3) a middle Jurassic low-grade metamorphism, affecting.

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Tertiary and Quaternary age. To the east, the region called Oriental or Eastern Paraguay made up of the following units: 1) Precambrian basement rocks mainly represented by high- to low-grade metasedimentary lithotypes and rhyolitic flows to Early Paleozoic granitic intrusions, which crop out in two structural highs (Caacupú at the.

While the Tertiary basins provide a record of the evolution of the area from the Late Oligocene/early Miocene, we know relatively little about the earlier Tertiary history of the area. In particular regional uplift is likely to have been an important precursor to basin formation.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.superposed magmatism, tectonism, erosion, and burial over more than m.y.

De-tailed palinspastic reconstructions of preex-tensional configurations—the first study of its kind for this region—clarify the inter-play among these features on the present distribution and character of mineralized geologic systems.

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