Depleted asthenospheric mantle (alkali basalt), enriched lithospheric mantle (sub-alkaline basalt), and crustal components are identified as chemical end-members in the petrogenesis of the Ueno Basalts.
Incompatible trace element abundances indicate that the Ueno alkali basalts are typical within-plate basalts, whereas the sub-alkaline basalts show strong affinities with normal arc lavas.
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Like the Udokan plateau, Jom-Bolok is a volcanic field part of the Baikal rift which has been volcanically active during the Holocene.
Volcanism there may be the consequence either of passive rifting or mantle plume activity and has been ongoing since the Mesozoic.
A much more recent eruption in the southern part of the field may be referenced in Mongolian chronicles.
Detailed petrological study of volcanic ash, bombs and lavas of Karymsky andesite erupted during the period 1996–1999 provides evidence for basaltic replenishment at the beginning of the eruptive cycle, as well as a record of compositional variations within the Karymsky magma reservoir induced by basaltic recharge.
Shortly after the beginning of the eruption the composition of the matrix glass of the Karymsky tephra became more mafic and then, within 2 months, gradually returned to its original state and remained almost constant for the following 3 years.
It is part of the Baikal rift zone which is also responsible for volcanism elsewhere around Lake Baikal.
The volcanic activity has generated long lava flows and cinder cones.