4 edition of Geology and petrochemistry of the Ordovician volcano-plutonic Roberts Arm Group, Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 77-80) and index.Summaries in English and French.
|Statement||Energy, Mines and Resouces Canada|
|Publishers||Energy, Mines and Resouces Canada|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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Whalen JB, Jenner GA, Longstaffe FJ, Gariepy C, Fryer BJ 1997 Implications of granitoid geochemical and isotopic Nd, O, Pb data from the Cambrian-Ordovician Notre Dame Arc for the evolution of the central mobile belt, Newfoundland Appalachians, vol 191. Address: 310 Edward Newfoundland, Brisbane City, QLD. All products displaying the Afterpay symbol can be purchased using Afterpay if the order value limits are met• Kerr GSNL are thanked for organizing and providing us with a venue for our fieldtrips that greatly contributed to discussion of the relationships in Newfoundland.
Zagorevski A, Rogers N, McNicoll V, Lissenberg CJ, van Staal CR, Valverde-Vaquero P 2006 Lower to Middle Ordovician evolution of peri-Laurentian arc and back-arc complexes in the Iapetus: constrains from the Annieopsquotch Accretionary Tract, central Newfoundland. van Staal CR, Whalen JB, McNicoll VJ, Pehrsson S, Lissenberg CJ, Zagorevski A, van Breemen O, Jenner GA 2007 The Notre Dame Arc and the Taconic Orogeny in Newfoundland In: Hatcher RD Jr, Carlson MP, McBride JH, Martinez Catalan JR eds 4-D framework of continental crust, Geological society of America Memoir, v.
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, Map 2016-01. Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Department Geology and petrochemistry of the Ordovician volcano-plutonic Roberts Arm Group Mines and Energy, Mineral Development Division, Report 77-10, 20 pages, enclosures 12 maps.
van Staal CR, Whalen JB, Valverde-Vaquero P, Zagorevski A, Rogers N 2009b Pre-Carboniferous, episodic accretion-related, orogenesis along the Laurentian margin of the northern Appalachians. Geological Society, Special Publication, London, pp 199—242• Brown are thanked for organizing the Ireland fieldtrip which lead to many stimulating discussions of the Caledonide-Appalachian connections. GAC Newfoundland Section, and in particular A. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Arc basement and ophiolitic mantle are not preserved and were either underplated at a greater depth or subducted and recycled back in the mantle. Zagorevski A, Rogers N, van Staal CR, McNicoll V, Pollock J 2010 Middle Cambrian to Ordovician arc-back—arc development on the leading edge of Ganderia, Newfoundland Appalachians.
These configurations exhibit different tectonic setting of the arc with respect to the collision zone and result in significant differences in style of deformation, metamorphism, preservation of arc and ophiolite terranes, and syn- to post-collisional stratigraphic record. Memoir — Geological Society of America, pp 367—395• Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 369, 84 pages, enclosures 1 map. The accreted crust forms a reasonable approximation to bulk continental crust requiring little post-accretionary modification; hence, the accretion of arc—backarc complexes which occupy a lower plate setting can form an important mechanism for creation of new continental crust required to balance crustal loss at convergent margins.
Rogers and Tom Skulski and reviews by N. Find more information about: ISBN: 0660128810 9780660128818 OCLC Number: 18659771 Notre Dame Bay Summaries in English and French.
The Annieopsquotch accretionary tract comprises a thrust stack of Lower to Middle Ordovician arc and backarc terranes that were accreted to the Laurentian margin of Iapetus during Middle to Upper Ordovician.
Whalen JB, Jenner GA, Longstaffe FJ, Gariepy C, Fryer BJ 1997 Implications of granitoid geochemical and isotopic Nd, O, Pb data from the Cambrian-Ordovician Notre Dame Arc for the evolution of the central mobile belt, Newfoundland Appalachians, vol 191.
References McNicoll V, van Staal CR, Waldron JWF 2001 Accretionary history of the northern Appalachians: SHRIMP study of Ordovician-Silurian syntectonic sediments in the Canadian Appalachians, vol 26.
In: Blundell DJ, Scott AC eds Lyell: the past is the key to the present.