Precambrian Ore Deposits of the East European and Siberian CratonsEdited By
- D.V. Rundqvist, Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Precambrian Geology and Geochronology, nab. Makarova 2, 199034 St. Petersburg, Russia
- C. Gillen, The University of Edinburgh, Centre for Continuing Education, 11 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh, Scotland EH8 9LW, UK
"Precambrian Ore Deposits of the East European and Siberian Cratons" is a sequel to "Precambrian Geology of the USSR" published in 1993 (English edition), in which the main emphasis was on the stratigraphy, magmatism and metamorphism of Precambrian assemblages in both ancient cratons (East European and Siberian) as well as in Phanerozoic fold belts and mobile regions. Mineral deposits associated with Precambrian structures were mentioned only in passing, since space restrictions in the earlier work did not allow even a brief outline of major deposits. The present book fills that gap.
For geologists, geotechnical engineers and economic geologists.
Developments in Economic Geology
Published: December 1997
.....this is a serious and very thorough publication which exploration managers and strategists and also academics will find of great use. It is a stand-alone volume but even more value could be gained if it is read in conjunction with a companion Elsevier volume 'Precambrian Geology of the USSR'edited by Rundqvist and Mitrofanov and published in 1993...
Bob Foster, Newsletter of International Liaison Group on Gold Mineralization
- Section and chapter headings: Foreword (D.V. Rundqvist). Introduction (D.V. Rundqvist). Part 1. Mineral Deposits of the East European Craton. Section 1. Eastern Baltic Shield. The Kola Terrain (V.A. Gorelov, S.I. Turchenko). Karelia Terrain (V.A. Gorelov et al.). Belomorian Belt (V.A. Gorelov). Ladoga Belt (V.A. Gorelov, A.M. Larin). Section 2. Ukrainian Shield and Voronezh Crystalline Massif. The Ukrainian Shield (V.B. Dagelaysky). The Voronezh Crystalline Massif (V.B. Dagelaysky). Platform Cover of the East European Craton (A.K. Zapolnov). Part II. Mineral Deposits of the Siberian Craton. Section 1. Anabar Shield. Major Features of Geological Structure and Metallogeny (S.I. Turchenko). Section 2. Aldan Shield. Aldan Terrain (D.A. Mikhailov). Olyokma Terrain (A.M. Larin, D.A. Mikhailov). Batomga Terrain (A.M. Larin). Section 3. Basement Inliers Around Craton Margins and Fold Belts. Pre-Sayan Inlier. Angara–Kan Inlier (V.Y. Khiltova, G.P. Pleskach). Khamar–Daban and Pre–Olkhon Inliers, SW Pre-Baikal (D.A. Mikhailov, V.Y. Khiltova). Yenisey Fold Belt (V.Y. Khiltova, G.P. Pleskach). Baikal–Patom Fold Belt (A.M. Larin et al.). Section 4. Platform Cover of the Siberian Craton. Tectonic Evolution and Metallogeny (A.K. Zapolnov). Part III. Patterns of Mineral Deposit Evolution in Precambrian Structures. Evolutionary Patterns of Mineral Deposits in Precambrian Terrains (A.M. Larin et al.). A Classification of Precambrian Mineral Deposit Types (D.V. Rundqvist et al.). References. Index of mineral deposits and occurrences. Subject index.