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Record #143679:

Petrochemistry of Jurassic and Cretaceous tholeiites from Kong Karls Land, Svalbard, and their relation to Mesozoic magmatism in the Arctic / John C. Bailey, Mogens H. Rasmussen.

Title: Petrochemistry of Jurassic and Cretaceous tholeiites from Kong Karls Land, Svalbard, and their relation to Mesozoic magmatism in the Arctic / John C. Bailey, Mogens H. Rasmussen.
Author(s): Bailey, John C.
Rasmussen, Mogens H.
Date: 1997.
In: Polar Research. (1997.), Vol. 16(1) (1997)
Abstract: Study of whole-rock geochemistry and mineral chemistry of high TiO₂ Upper Jurassic and medium TiO₂ Lower Cretaceous basalts is presented. Jurassic elements appear to be associated with trans-Barents Olga Rift, while Cretaceous may be more closely related to initial rifting tholeiites on Franz Josef Land and Spitsbergen generated during opening of Canada Basin. During break-up of Barents Shelf, sequence of magma types corresponds to stages established in other areas of continental break-up. Evidence for hot-spot or plume trail extending from Siberia to Yermak Plateau over 250 Ma is assembled.
Notes:

Polar Research. Vol. 16(1) :37-62 (1997).

Keywords: 551.24 -- Geotectonics.
551.76 -- Mesozoic.
552.3 -- Igneous rocks.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
(*686) -- Barents Sea.
SPRI record no.: 143679

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