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of the Siberian flood basalts and alkaline
magmatism of Polar Siberia
Vernadsky Institute of geochemistry and
analytical chemistry, Moscow, Russia; **
Harward University, Harward, USA.
A close association between alkaline magmatism
and continental flood basalts is observed worldwide. Nevertheless,
the problem of a genetic link between the Siberian flood basalts (SFB)
and the ultramafic-alkaline rocks of the
Maimecha-Kotuy province in Polar Siberia
is still being debated.
This study was financially supported by RFBR grant 07-05-00385-a.
Kapustin U.L. Mineralogy of carbonatites.
Moscow: Nauka, 1971.
288 p (in Russian).
R., Nagy G., Fernandez C. Sr-rich
minerals in a carbonatite
Fuerteventura, Canary Islands (Spain) // Mineralogy and Petrology.
2005. Vol. 84.