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Abstract should be not less than 2500 Characters (with spaces) and not more than 7500 Characters (with spaces), clear, concise and written only in English with correct spelling and good sentence structure.

Mathematical symbols and equations must be typed in, and metric symbols should be used. Figures and tables must not be included!

We recommend that the abstract is carefully compiled and thoroughly checked, in particular with regard to the list of authors, before submission in order to avoid last minute changes.

References should be numbered according to their appearance in the text. Numbers should be placed in square brackets in the text [1].

Examples of References:

  1. Cuney M., Kyser K., Editors (2008): Recent and not-so-recent developments in uranium deposits and implications for exploration. Mineralogical Association of Canada, Short Course Series, Vol. 39, 272 p. – for books
  2. Ernst R.E., Buchan K.L., Hamilton M.A., et al. (2000): Integrated paleomagnetism and U–Pb geochronology of mafic dikes of the eastern Anabar Shield region, Siberia: Implications for Mesoproterozoic paleoaltitude of Siberia and comparison with Laurentia // J. of Geol. V. 108. №3. P. 381–401 – for journal papers
  3. Ramo O. T., Mänttäri I., Vaasjoki M., et al. (2001): Age and Significance of Mesoproterozoic CFB Magmatism, Lake Ladoga Region, NW. Russia, in GSA Annual Meeting. Petrology I, Session 57, A-139, Boston: Massachusetts – for electronic edition of abstract volume
  4. State Geological map of USSR, Scale 1:1000000, Sheet R-48-50. 1983. In Russian – for maps
  5. Procambarus natchitochae - for electronic resources

Acknowledgment should be not more than 300 Characters.

Example: This work was supported by the Russian Foundation of Basic Research (projects #16-05-00325) and the RSF #16-17-15241.

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