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Emplacement and exhumation of the Kuznetsk-Alatau basement (Siberia): implications for the tectonic evolution of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and sediment supply to the Kuznetsk, Minusa and West Siberian Basins

Johan De Grave UGent, Stijn Glorie UGent, Fedor I Zhimulev, Mikhail M Buslov, Marlina Elburg UGent, Frank Vanhaecke UGent and Peter Van den haute UGent (2011) TERRA NOVA. 23(4). p.248-256
abstract
New geochronological data [zircon U/Pb, titanite fission-track (TFT) and apatite fission-track (AFT) dating and apatite (U-Th-Sm)/He thermochronology] and thermal history modelling yield constraints on the development of the granitoid basement of the Kuznetsk-Alatau Mountains, southern Siberia. The final stages of magmatism in the Kuznetsk-Alatau palaeo-island-arc are Late Cambrian, and collision of the arc with Siberia occurred in the Early Ordovician. The basement was exhumed by the Early Devonian. Continuous Devonian-Early Triassic sedimentation filled the adjoining Kuznetsk and Minusa basins and buried (and re-heated) the Kuznetsk-Alatau basement. After initial Pangaea break-up and Siberian flood-basalt magmatism, the basement reached TFT and AFT retention-temperatures in the Middle Triassic and Early Cretaceous, respectively, during denudation-induced cooling.
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GEODYNAMICS, RUSSIA, APATITE, SE SIBERIA, BAIKAL REGION, MESOZOIC TECTONICS, ALTAI MOUNTAINS, STRIKE-SLIP FAULTS, MONGOL-OKHOTSK OCEAN, FISSION-TRACK THERMOCHRONOLOGY
journal title
TERRA NOVA
Terra Nova
volume
23
issue
4
pages
248 - 256
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Article
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000292563900004
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GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY
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2.339 (2011)
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33/170 (2011)
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1 (2011)
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0954-4879
DOI
10.1111/j.1365-3121.2011.01006.x
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English
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yes
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1908601
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1908601
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2011-09-23 21:45:31
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  abstract     = {New geochronological data [zircon U/Pb, titanite fission-track (TFT) and apatite fission-track (AFT) dating and apatite (U-Th-Sm)/He thermochronology] and thermal history modelling yield constraints on the development of the granitoid basement of the Kuznetsk-Alatau Mountains, southern Siberia. The final stages of magmatism in the Kuznetsk-Alatau palaeo-island-arc are Late Cambrian, and collision of the arc with Siberia occurred in the Early Ordovician. The basement was exhumed by the Early Devonian. Continuous Devonian-Early Triassic sedimentation filled the adjoining Kuznetsk and Minusa basins and buried (and re-heated) the Kuznetsk-Alatau basement. After initial Pangaea break-up and Siberian flood-basalt magmatism, the basement reached TFT and AFT retention-temperatures in the Middle Triassic and Early Cretaceous, respectively, during denudation-induced cooling.},
  author       = {De Grave, Johan and Glorie, Stijn and Zhimulev, Fedor I and Buslov, Mikhail M and Elburg, Marlina and Vanhaecke, Frank and Van den haute, Peter},
  issn         = {0954-4879},
  journal      = {TERRA NOVA},
  keyword      = {GEODYNAMICS,RUSSIA,APATITE,SE SIBERIA,BAIKAL REGION,MESOZOIC TECTONICS,ALTAI MOUNTAINS,STRIKE-SLIP FAULTS,MONGOL-OKHOTSK OCEAN,FISSION-TRACK THERMOCHRONOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {248--256},
  title        = {Emplacement and exhumation of the Kuznetsk-Alatau basement (Siberia): implications for the tectonic evolution of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and sediment supply to the Kuznetsk, Minusa and West Siberian Basins},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-3121.2011.01006.x},
  volume       = {23},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
De Grave, Johan, Stijn Glorie, Fedor I Zhimulev, Mikhail M Buslov, Marlina Elburg, Frank Vanhaecke, and Peter Van den haute. 2011. “Emplacement and Exhumation of the Kuznetsk-Alatau Basement (Siberia): Implications for the Tectonic Evolution of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and Sediment Supply to the Kuznetsk, Minusa and West Siberian Basins.” Terra Nova 23 (4): 248–256.
APA
De Grave, J., Glorie, S., Zhimulev, F. I., Buslov, M. M., Elburg, M., Vanhaecke, F., & Van den haute, P. (2011). Emplacement and exhumation of the Kuznetsk-Alatau basement (Siberia): implications for the tectonic evolution of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and sediment supply to the Kuznetsk, Minusa and West Siberian Basins. TERRA NOVA, 23(4), 248–256.
Vancouver
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De Grave J, Glorie S, Zhimulev FI, Buslov MM, Elburg M, Vanhaecke F, et al. Emplacement and exhumation of the Kuznetsk-Alatau basement (Siberia): implications for the tectonic evolution of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and sediment supply to the Kuznetsk, Minusa and West Siberian Basins. TERRA NOVA. 2011;23(4):248–56.
MLA
De Grave, Johan, Stijn Glorie, Fedor I Zhimulev, et al. “Emplacement and Exhumation of the Kuznetsk-Alatau Basement (Siberia): Implications for the Tectonic Evolution of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt and Sediment Supply to the Kuznetsk, Minusa and West Siberian Basins.” TERRA NOVA 23.4 (2011): 248–256. Print.