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Geological Position and Mineralogy of the Polymetallic Deposits in the Western Balkan Mountains confined to Triassic Sediments

  • J. Minčeva-Stefanova
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Part of the Schriftenreihe der Erdwissenschaftlichen Kommissionen book series (ERDWISSENSCHAFT, volume 3)

Summary

For the purposes of a broader interpretation of the genesis of those specific deposits of base-metals which are found confined to predominantly calcareous sediments of varying stratigraphie position in the earth’s crust, it is necessary, at the present stage of research, to re-examine the correlation of their specific features. Such a correlation should be carried out step by step, comparing at first deposits belonging to the individual regions of the earth’s crust.

In connection with a forthcoming correlation of the specific features in the geological position, mineralogy and mineral-forming processes of the base-metal deposits embedded in Permian-Triassic sediments in the regions of the Eastern Alps, the adjacent platforms and the Mediterranean, this paper presents a new generalization on the deposits of this type occurring on the territory of Bulgaria and more precisely in the western Balkan Mountains. Some of the considerations and formulations are reported for the first time here.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Minčeva-Stefanova
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  1. 1.Geological Institute B. A. W.SofiaBulgaria

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