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ALPINE MAGMATIC-METALLOGENIC FORMATIONS OF THE NORTHWESTERN AND CENTRAL DINARIDES

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Author(s): Jakob Pamić | Ivan Jurković

Journal: Rudarsko-Geološko-Naftni Zbornik
ISSN 0353-4529

Volume: 9;
Start page: 1;
Date: 1997;
Original page

Keywords: magmatic-metallogenic formations | geology | petrology | geochemistry | metallogeny | Dinarides

ABSTRACT
In the paper are presented basic geological, petrologieca1, geochemi-cal and mineral deposit data for five main magmatic-metallogenic formations of the northwestern and central Dinarides: (l)The Permo Triassic rifting related andesite-diorite formations; (2) The Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous accretionary (ophiolite) formations; (3) The Upper Cretaceous-Paleogene subduction related basalt-rhyohite formations; (4) The Paleogene collisional granite formations, and (5) The Oligo-cene-Neogene postsubduction andesite formations.All these magmatic-metallogenic formations originated in different geotectonic settings during the Alpine evolution of the Dinaridic parts of thc Tethys and the postorogenic evolution of the Paratethys and the Pannonian Basin, respectively.

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