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Specific features of occurrence of bentonite-bearing siliciclastic member of Tarruskiy Bed (Serpukhovian) in northwestern Russian Platform


, : Specific features of occurrence of bentonite-bearing siliciclastic member of Tarruskiy Bed (Serpukhovian) in northwestern Russian Platform. Zapiski Leningradskogo, Ordena Lenina, Ordena Oktyabr'skoy Revolyutsii i Ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni Gornogo Instituta im GV

This article considers specific features of distribution of the bentonite-bearing siliciclastic unit of the Tarussian Regional Stage. Materials of geological mapping have been used for determining specific features of the title bentonite-bearing member. As a result of analysis of the materials, the "Schematic map of occurrence of siliciclastic Tarussian deposits" is compiled. The map shows that bentonite-bearing deposits are localized in the west-northwestern part of the Carboniferous Plateau. The origin of these deposits is interpreted as connected with hydrothermal and sedimentary type of lithogenesis in the northwestern Russian Platform in the early Serpukhovian.


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