Геодинамическая интерпретация объемной модели глубинного строения Свекофеннского аккреционного орогена

Михаил Вениаминович Минц, Mikhail Mints

Аннотация


Результаты нашего исследования изложены в двух взаимосвязанных последовательных публикациях. В статье «Объемная модель глубинного строения Свекофеннского аккреционного орогена по данным МОВ-ОГТ, МТЗ и плотностного моделирования» (М. В. Минц, Е. Ю. Соколова и рабочая группа ЛАДОГА) представлена объемная модель глубинного строения позднепалеопротерозойского Свекофеннского аккреционного орогена. Модель базируется на скоординированных данных геологического картирования, сейсморазведки в отраженных волнах по профилям FIRE-2-2a-1 и FIRE-3-3a, использует сечения 3-мерной плотностной модели коры, результаты магнитотеллурических исследований по профилю Выборг-Суоярви в Cеверном Приладожье и материалы ранее проведенных финскими исследователями магнитотеллурических исследований в Южной Финляндии. В настоящей статье эти результаты использованы в качестве отправной точки для развития эволюционной модели и определения места Свекофеннского орогена в строении и истории палеопротерозойского Лавро-Русского внутриконтинентального орогена. Палеопротерозойский орогенез захватил преобладающую часть Лавроскандии – палеоконтинента, объединявшего Северо-Американский и Восточно-Европейский кратоны. Обсуждение особенностей строения коры и эволюции Лавро-Русского орогена приводит к заключению о том, что зарождение и эволюция этого орогена состояли в причинной связи с развитием палеопротерозойского суперплюма, инициировавшего, в свою очередь, процессы тектоно-плитного типа. Эволюция Лавро-Русского орогена включает три периода интенсивного развития (~2,5; 2,2–2,1 и 1,95–1,87 млрд лет). В осевой зоне внутриконтинентального орогена возник Свекофеннский – Пре-Лабрадорский океан, при закрытии которого вдоль обрамляющих континентальных окраин были сформированы аккреционные орогены Свекофеннский и Пре-Лабрадорский. 


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Свекофеннский ороген; сейсморазведка отраженных волн; магнитотеллурическое зондирование; объемная модель коры; Фенноскандинавский щит; палеопротерозой; модель эволюции; геодинамика.

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