Age constraints for the Pre-Uralide-Timanide orogenic event inferred from the study of detrital zircons

  title={Age constraints for the Pre-Uralide-Timanide orogenic event inferred from the study of detrital zircons},
  author={S. Yu. Orlov and N. B. Kuznetsov and Elizabeth Louise Miller and A. A. Soboleva and Oksana Udoratina},
  journal={Doklady Earth Sciences},
The PreUralide-Timanide orogeny is the oldest collision event, which is more or less reliably recorded in the presentday Arctic region (9, 10). This collision was determined by the convergence at the Vendian- Cambrian transition (or in the initial Cambrian) between the Timan-Waranger margin of the Baltica continent, an ancient framework of the East European Platform and the Bol'shezeml'skaya margin of Arc� tida. The PreUralide-Timanide orogeny was inferred from the study of PreUralide inliers… 
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