Siberian paleomagnetic data and the problem of rigidity of the Northern Eurasian continent in the post-Paleozoic

  title={Siberian paleomagnetic data and the problem of rigidity of the Northern Eurasian continent in the post-Paleozoic},
  author={Vladimir Pavlov},
  journal={Izvestiya, Physics of the Solid Earth},
  • V. Pavlov
  • Published 9 October 2012
  • Geology
  • Izvestiya, Physics of the Solid Earth
The Meso-Cenozoic paleomagnetic poles from the Siberian platform and its folded margins, which comply with the modern technical and methodological standards, are analyzed. The analysis suggests the following conclusions. (1) The geometrical relationship between the Permo-Triassic poles of the Stable Europe and Siberian Platform prohibits the possibility of relative displacements of these platforms in the post-Paleozoic time. (2) The Mesozoic paleomagnetic poles of the Siberian Platform support… 
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