The Early−Middle Palaeozoic Oceanic Events Along the Southern European Margin: The Deli Jovan Ophiolite Massif (NE Serbia) and Palaeo-oceanic Zones of the Great Caucasus

The paper deals with the Middle Palaeozoic oceanic events on the northern margin of the Eastern Mediterranean Hercynides. The Balkan-Carpathian Ophiolite Belt (BCO) and palaeo-oceanic zones of the Great Caucasus, all framing the East European Platform from the south, are correlated. The BCO palaeo-oceanic complex was widely thought to be a Late Precambrian-earliest Cambrian oceanic thrust sheet (563±5 Ma), a part of the South European Palaeo-oceanic Suture. The geochronological studies carried out on gabbroic series of the Deli Jovan Massif (BCO, NE Serbia), showed, however, that they are of much younger (Early Devonian) age: (a) Sm-Nd mineral isochron age of 406±24 Ma, eNdT= 8.32±0.39; 87Sr/86Srinit= 0.702592±0.000160; and (b) U-Pb SHRIMP zircon age, 405.0±2.6 Ma. All the studied gabbroic rocks represent high-alumina (19-24.5% Al2O3) gabbro-troctolites, originating from shallow level (

The Early−Middle Palaeozoic Oceanic Events Along the Southern European Margin: The Deli Jovan Ophiolite Massif (NE Serbia) and Palaeo-oceanic Zones of the Great Caucasus

The paper deals with the Middle Palaeozoic oceanic events on the northern margin of the Eastern Mediterranean Hercynides. The Balkan-Carpathian Ophiolite Belt (BCO) and palaeo-oceanic zones of the Great Caucasus, all framing the East European Platform from the south, are correlated. The BCO palaeo-oceanic complex was widely thought to be a Late Precambrian-earliest Cambrian oceanic thrust sheet (563±5 Ma), a part of the South European Palaeo-oceanic Suture. The geochronological studies carried out on gabbroic series of the Deli Jovan Massif (BCO, NE Serbia), showed, however, that they are of much younger (Early Devonian) age: (a) Sm-Nd mineral isochron age of 406±24 Ma, eNdT= 8.32±0.39; 87Sr/86Srinit= 0.702592±0.000160; and (b) U-Pb SHRIMP zircon age, 405.0±2.6 Ma. All the studied gabbroic rocks represent high-alumina (19-24.5% Al2O3) gabbro-troctolites, originating from shallow level (

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APA Zakarıadze, G , Karamata, S , Korıkovsky, S , Arıskın, A , Adamıa, S , Chkhotua, T , Sergeev, S , Solov’eva, N . (2012). The Early−Middle Palaeozoic Oceanic Events Along the Southern European Margin: The Deli Jovan Ophiolite Massif (NE Serbia) and Palaeo-oceanic Zones of the Great Caucasus . Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences , 21 (5) , 635-668 .
MLA Zakarıadze, G , Karamata, S , Korıkovsky, S , Arıskın, A , Adamıa, S , Chkhotua, T , Sergeev, S , Solov’eva, N . "The Early&#8722;Middle Palaeozoic Oceanic Events Along the Southern European Margin: The Deli Jovan Ophiolite Massif (NE Serbia) and Palaeo-oceanic Zones of the Great Caucasus" . Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences 21 (2012 ): 635-668 <
Chicago Zakarıadze, G , Karamata, S , Korıkovsky, S , Arıskın, A , Adamıa, S , Chkhotua, T , Sergeev, S , Solov’eva, N . "The Early&#8722;Middle Palaeozoic Oceanic Events Along the Southern European Margin: The Deli Jovan Ophiolite Massif (NE Serbia) and Palaeo-oceanic Zones of the Great Caucasus". Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences 21 (2012 ): 635-668
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ISNAD Zakarıadze, Guram , Karamata, Stevan , Korıkovsky, Sergei , Arıskın, Aleksei , Adamıa, Shota , Chkhotua, Tamar , Sergeev, Sergei , Solov’eva, Natasha . "The Early&#8722;Middle Palaeozoic Oceanic Events Along the Southern European Margin: The Deli Jovan Ophiolite Massif (NE Serbia) and Palaeo-oceanic Zones of the Great Caucasus". Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences 21 / 5 (Mayıs 2012): 635-668 .
AMA Zakarıadze G , Karamata S , Korıkovsky S , Arıskın A , Adamıa S , Chkhotua T , Sergeev S , Solov’eva N . The Early&#8722;Middle Palaeozoic Oceanic Events Along the Southern European Margin: The Deli Jovan Ophiolite Massif (NE Serbia) and Palaeo-oceanic Zones of the Great Caucasus. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences. 2012; 21(5): 635-668.
Vancouver Zakarıadze G , Karamata S , Korıkovsky S , Arıskın A , Adamıa S , Chkhotua T , Sergeev S , Solov’eva N . The Early&#8722;Middle Palaeozoic Oceanic Events Along the Southern European Margin: The Deli Jovan Ophiolite Massif (NE Serbia) and Palaeo-oceanic Zones of the Great Caucasus. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences. 2012; 21(5): 635-668.
IEEE G. Zakarıadze , S. Karamata , S. Korıkovsky , A. Arıskın , S. Adamıa , T. Chkhotua , S. Sergeev ve N. Solov’eva , "The Early&#8722;Middle Palaeozoic Oceanic Events Along the Southern European Margin: The Deli Jovan Ophiolite Massif (NE Serbia) and Palaeo-oceanic Zones of the Great Caucasus", Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences, c. 21, sayı. 5, ss. 635-668, May. 2012