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Tommotskii Massif, Tommot river, Selennyakh range, Cherskii range system, Polar Yakutia, Sakha Republic (Saha Republic; Yakutia), Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia

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Name(s) in local language(s): Томмотский массив
 
Alkaline massif consist of intrusions of alkaline gabbroids and alkaline syenites.
No to be confused with Tommotskii massif of subalkaline syenites near Tommot settlement near Vilyui river on Aldan in Southern Yakutia.

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References

- Trunilina V.A., Parfenov L.M. e.a. (1996) Middlepaleozoic Tommotskii massif alkaline gabbroids and syenites of Verkhoyano-Kolyma mezozoides and its tectonic position, - Geologiya i Geofizika, N4, p. 71-82 (in Rus.)
- http://geo.stbur.ru/info/granites/st/st234.html

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