Transverse (Sublatitudinal) Zonality of the Urals: Causes and Time of Occurrence View Full Text


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2022-06

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K. S. Ivanov, V. N. Puchkov

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It is shown that the observed latitudinal zonality of the Ural Fold Belt is determined mainly by the different levels of erosion of different areas. Thus, the deep levels of the Magnitogorsk megasynclinorium were exposed in the southernmost part of the Urals, the West Mugodzhary zone, due to vertical uplift by about 5–8 km and the subsequent erosion of Paleozoic rocks of the Mugodzhary. The vertical movements, which created the sublatitudinal zonality of the Ural Fold Belt, occurred multidirectionally in the southern part of the region, in its western and eastern sectors. This could have led to the formation of faults with rotation along the Main Ural Fault. The differential uplifts in the different areas of the Urals occurred mainly in the Middle–Late Triassic and were probably caused by the north–south compression. This is confirmed by geological data and the results of analysis of the fission tracks in apatites and zircons. The sublatitudinal zonality of the Urals shows no direct link with the formation of any pre-Mesozoic minerals. Knowledge of the erosion depth in specific areas of the Urals is very important for assessing their metallogenic potential, in particular, for understanding the distribution of the youngest mineral deposits, in particular, oil and gas fields, and placers. More... »

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344-348

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