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Sravnitel'naya kharakteristika peschanykh porod ufimskogo yarusa v Solikamskoy vpadine [Comparative characteristic of the Ufimian stage sandstones in the Solikamsk Basin]
|Alternate Title:||Comparative characteristic of the Ufimian stage sandstones in the Solikamsk Basin|
|Authors:||Trapeznikov, D. E.|
|Author Affiliations:||Primary: |
Rossiyskaya Akademiya Nauk, Ural'skoye Otdeleniye, Permskiy Federal'nyy Issledovatel'skiy Tsentr, Gornyy Institut, Perm, Russian Federation
|Volume Title:||Vestnik Permskogo Universiteta. Seria Geologiya Bulletin of Perm University. Series Geology|
|Source:||Vestnik Permskogo Universiteta. Seria Geologiya = Bulletin of Perm University. Series Geology, 17(2), p.97-104. Publisher: Permskiy Gosudarstvennyy Universitet, Perm, Russian Federation. ISSN: 1994-3601|
|Note:||In Russian with English summary. 12 refs.; illus., incl. strat. col., sketch map|
|Summary:||The results of the study of sand rocks of the Ufimian stage in the well cross-sections of the Solikamsk Depression allowed determining the evolution of their composition expressed in the change from predominantly oligomictic quartz partially with fragments of rock to polymictic graywacke presented mostly by the fragments of volcanic rock. This change may have resulted from successive erosion from the external to the internal zone of the Uralian Orogen or shifting the base level of erosion eastward. Facial analysis of rock allowed identifying that the sedimentation initially occurred in lagoon conditions following the shallow-water and deltaic (Solikamsk time), and continental lake and river (Sheshminskiy time) conditions. The obtained results allowed reconstruction of paleogeographic and tectonic conditions of sedimentation.|
|Subjects:||Clastic rocks; Guadalupian; Lagoonal sedimentation; Lithostratigraphy; Paleogeography; Paleozoic; Permian; Reconstruction; Sandstone; Sedimentary rocks; Sedimentation; Ufimian; Commonwealth of Independent States; Europe; Perm Russian Federation; Russian Federation; Solikamsk Russian Federation; Solikamsk Basin|
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