anorogenic

anorogenic

[¦a‚nȯ·rō¦jen·ik]
(geology)
Of a feature, forming during tectonic quiescence between orogenic periods, that is, lacking in tectonic disturbance.
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In turn, A-type granites (the term "A" denoting anorogenic and/or anhydrous) occur across rift zones and within stable continental blocks.
postdating the Svecofennian orogeny, and anorogenic Palaeo-Mesoproterozoic Rapakivi Province magmatism (Koistinen et al.
Dobretsov, N.L.: 2003, Mantle plumes and their role in the formation of anorogenic granitoids.
The identification of metamorphic core complexes [94], bimodal volcanic rocks [94-97], and widespread anorogenic A-type granites [93] suggest Early Cretaceous magmatism and related mineralization occurred while the SGXR was undergoing extension [98-102].
Ga/ Al of [ 5], and suggested that 1) the rocks are A2-type anorogenic, and 2) they were produced in continental extensional environment.
Large-scale Cluster of Gold Deposits in East Shandong: Anorogenic Metallogenesis (in Chinese with English abstract).
Silica-undersaturated, nepheline-bearing plutonic rocks are uncommon in the geological record and are generally attributed to small degrees of partial melting of previously metasomatized mantle in anorogenic tectonic settings (e.g., Woolley 2001; Martin et al.
This is the case of the Calatrava Volcanic Province in Central Spain (CVP in current literature), which has been included in the so-called Cenozoic Circum-Mediterranean anorogenic igneous province (Fig.
Agrawal, "Discrimination between late-orogenic, postorogenic, and anorogenic granites by major element compositions," Journal of Geology, vol.
They occur in different tectonic environments, such as intracontinental terranes associated with anorogenic magmatism, continental arc terranes, and metamorphic belts [18-20].
(1994) Mineral resources of anorogenic alkaline complexes in Namibia: a review.
Anorogenic magmatism is linked to lithospheric extension, hotspots and intraplate rifting and various types of mineralization associated with this style of magmatism, including Sn, Nb, Ta, U, Th, F and Be in anorogenic granites (Sawkins 1984), and Olympic Data-type Cu-Au-U iron-oxide deposits.