Post collision magmatism and metallogeny at the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula, SE-Europe
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AbstractThe Tethyan Eurasian metallogenic belt (TEMB) was formed during Mesozoic and post-Mesozoic times in the area of the former Tethyan ocean on the southern margin of Eurasia, with the Afro-Arabian and Indian plates to the south. It extends from the western Mediterranean via the Alps and southeastern Europe through the Lesser Caucasus, the Hindu Kush, and the Tibet Plateau to Burma and SW Indonesia, linking with the West Pacific metallogenic belt. The Carpatho-Balkan region is one of the sectors of the TEMB, characterized by specific features.
Serafimovski, Todor and Boev, Blazo and Tasev, Goran (2016) Post collision magmatism and metallogeny at the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula, SE-Europe. 35th International Geological Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, 35.