The late Neoproterozoic Enganepe ophiolite , Polar Urals , Russia : An extension of the Cadomian arc ?

@inproceedings{Scarrow2001TheLN,
  title={The late Neoproterozoic Enganepe ophiolite , Polar Urals , Russia : An extension of the Cadomian arc ?},
  author={J. H. Scarrow and Victoria L Pease and C. Fleutelot and V. Dushin},
  year={2001}
}
The Enganepe ophiolite, Polar Urals was formed at 670 Ma and records a diverse geochemical association of tholeiite, arc-tholeiite, adakite, and OIB-like lithologies. This constrains the tectonic setting of the protolith of the ophiolite to an oceanic island-arc, with ridge-trench interaction most readily explaining the diverse compositions. The initiation… CONTINUE READING