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MINERAL COMPOSITION AND ACCUMULATION CONDITIONS OF THE RIPHEAN TERRIGENOUS BEDS IN THE OMOLON MASSIF

Other title
COMPOSITION MINERALOGIQUE ET CONDITIONS D'ACCUMULATION DE COUCHES TERRIGENES NIPHEENNES DANS LE MASSIF D'OMOLON (fr)
Author
RABOTNOV VT; KOTEL'NIKOV DD
ALL-UNION SCI. RES. INST. NAT. GAS/SUN
Source
INT. GEOL. REV.; ISSN 0020-6814; USA; DA. 1981-12; VOL. 23; NO 12; PP. 1386-1390; BIBL. 11 REF.; ILL.
Document type
Article
Coordinates
N=640000; N=641500; E=1611500; E=1610000
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
OMOLON BLOCK ARCS PACIFIQUES URSS RIPHEEN PROTEROZOIQUE SUP COMPOSITION MINERALOGIQUE ROCHE CLASTIQUE DONNEE RX ORIGINE MINERALOGIE ARGILE SEDIMENTATION MATIERE TERRIGENE COORDONNEES : N=640000; N=641500; E=1611500; E=1610000 ROCHES SEDIMENTAIRES GEOLOGIE SCIENCES DE LA TERRE URSS ANTECAMBRIEN ROCHE SEDIMENTAIRE
Keyword (en)
OMOLON BLOCK SOVIET PACIFIC REGION RIPHEAN UPPER PROTEROZOIC MINERAL COMPOSITION CLASTIC ROCKS X-RAY DATA PROVENANCE CLAY MINERALOGY SEDIMENTATION TERRIGENOUS MATERIALS COORDINATES : N=640000; N=641500; E=1611500; E=1610000 SEDIMENTARY ROCKS GEOLOGY EARTH SCIENCES USSR PRECAMBRIAN
Keyword (es)
ROCAS SEDIMENTARIAS GEOLOGIA CIENCIAS DE LA TIERRA
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001E Earth, ocean, space / 001E01 Earth sciences / 001E01G Sedimentary rocks

Discipline
Earth sciences
Origin
Inist-CNRS ; BRGM
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
PASCALGEODEBRGM8320435635

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