Conditions of ferruginous-cherty formations origin (Middle-Dnieper mega-block)
Keywords:ferruginous formations, the Archean, greenstone structures, physical-chemical interactions, paleo-geodynamic process, hydrothermal ore deposition, the thickness of lithosphere
The basic idea of existing hypotheses of ferruginous-cherty formations origin is an opinion that the form of iron presence depends on conditions at the depth of sediments accumulation. It has been shown in this paper with Middle-Dnieper mega-block of the Ukrainian Shield greenstone structures used as an example that composition of volcanogenic and ferruginous rocks is specified by succession of physical-chemical interactions on the roof of the layer with partial melting.
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