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Geology and metallogeny

Injective sand bodies in lower permian deposits of Novaya Zemlya

Authors:
R. A. Shchekoldin
  • National Mineral Resources University (Mining University)
Date submitted:
2016-11-10
Date published:
2013-01-01

Abstract

Geological setting, composition and morphology of injective sandy bodies in Lower Permian deposits of the south part of Novaya Zemlya are described. Formation of these bodies is interpreted as a result of liquefaction of sandy beds and extrusion of the formed suspension into the host clayey sediments. This process was caused by high sedimentation rates in a prograding submarine fan environment fed with siliciclastics from the rising Urals orogene to the south of Novaya Zemlya.

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