Palaeomagnetism of Ordovician and Silurian rocks from the Chu-Yili and Kendyktas mountains, south Kazakhstan

@inproceedings{Alexyutin2005PalaeomagnetismOO,
  title={Palaeomagnetism of Ordovician and Silurian rocks from the Chu-Yili and Kendyktas mountains, south Kazakhstan},
  author={Maxim Alexyutin and Valerian Bachtadse and Dmitriy V. Alexeiev and O. I. Nikitina},
  year={2005}
}
SUMMARY Despite significant progress during the last decade, the overwhelming majority of the details of the crustal evolution of Kazakhstan remain enigmatic. The central question of whether Kazakhstan amalgamated during the Ordovician and has acted as a coherent microplate since or whether Kazakhstan is the result of continuous accretion of terranes and arcs along a major subduction system throughout the Palaeozoic is still unanswered. Defining structural units and reconstructing their… CONTINUE READING