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Террейн Александра Североамериканских Кордильер: критический анализ силурийско-девонской палеогеографии

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В статье опровергается выдвинутая в 2010 г. модель Р. Блоджетта (Blodgett) с соавторами, предлагающая новую трактовку происхождения террейна Александра (АТ) Аляски и северной Канады, основанную на обзоре некоторых силурийских и девонских фоссилий и свит, показывающих сходство с Омулевским террейном (OT) северо-восточной России. Согласно этой модели сходство между мирнинской свитой Омулевских гор северо-восточной России и формацией Кархин АТ является доказательством того, что АТ является отколотым “тектоническим блоком”, перемещенным из Восточной Сибири в позднем девоне–раннем карбоне. В данной статье мы показываем, что в их обзоре были опущены важные публикации, являющиеся современным свидетельством геологической истории АТ, более детальных силурийско-девонских стратиграфических взаимоотношений и сходства фауны. Вместе эти данные опровергают предлагаемую Р. Блоджеттом гипотезу и поддерживают раннюю модель, показывающую образование АТ как островной дуги, располагавшейся в середине палеозоя в пределах Уральского морского пути в близости к Лаврентии, Балтике и Салаиру.

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К. М. Соджа
Департамент геологии Колгейтского университета
Россия


Анна Антошкина
Институт геологии Коми НЦ УрО РАН
Россия


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