Noviy tip anatitonosnikh gabroyidiv u Verkhn'omu Pobuzhzhi  [A new type of apatite-bearing gabbroids in the upper Bug River basin]

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Alternate Title:A new type of apatite-bearing gabbroids in the upper Bug River basin
Authors:Krivdik, S. G.; Dubina, O. V.; Yurchishin, A. P.; Botsulyak, I. V.; Ponomarenko, O. M.; Gurnenko, A. I.; Krasyuk, O. P.; Bondarenko, I. M.; Kanunikova, L. I.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Institute of Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Ore Genesis, Kiev, Ukraine
Volume Title:Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal
Source:Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal, 29(1), p.23-34. Publisher: Natsional'naya Akademiya Nauk Ukrainy, Institut Geokhimii, Mineralogii i Rudoobrazovaniya, Kiev, Ukraine. ISSN: 0204-3548
Publication Date:2007
Note:In Ukrainian with English and Russian summaries. 7 refs.; illus., incl. 4 tables
Summary:A new type of old (>2.0 Ga) apatite-bearing metagabbroes and metapyroxenites (metabasites) has been found in the Upper Bug area of the Ukrainian Shield. They differ from well-known ore gabbroids related to anorthosite-rapakivi-granite plutons (Stremigorod, Fedorivka, Davydky, etc.). The biggest Goloskiv body of metabasites is represented by differentiated intrusion with rhythmic and cryptic layering. Horizons enriched with apatite layers are of cumulous origin. The main part of the intrusive body is metamorphised and only its near-contact part (with olivine pyroxenites) remained unaltered. Metagabbroids have reaction relationship with surrounding charnockites and enderbites. The intrusive veins of charnockites and enderbites are fixed too. It is supposed that initial composition of basite magmas of the Goloskiv intrusion was similar to shoshonite.
Sections:Petrology
Subsections:Igneous rocks
Subjects:Anorthosite; Apatite; Basalts; Charnockite; Cumulates; Diorites; Enderbite; Gabbros; Granites; Igneous rocks; Metabasite; Metagabbro; Metaigneous rocks; Metamorphic rocks; Metapyroxenite; Mineral deposits, genesis; Phosphate deposits; Phosphates; Plutonic rocks; Rapakivi; Shoshonite; Tonalite; Volcanic rocks; Bug region; Bug River; Commonwealth of Independent States; Europe; Korosten Ukraine; Russian Platform; Ukraine; Ukrainian Shield; Zhitomir Ukraine; Fedorivka Deposit; Stremigorod Deposit
Abstract Numbers:07M/3566
Record ID:2008089223
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