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Mid-Proterozoic Laurentia-Baltica

Mid-Proterozoic Laurentia-Baltica

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Published by Geological Association of Canada in St. John"s, Nfld .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Proterozoic.,
  • Geology -- Canada.,
  • Geology -- United States.,
  • Geology -- Europe, Northern.,
  • Baltic Shield.,
  • Canadian Shield.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by C.F. Gower and T. Rivers and B. Ryan.
    SeriesThe Geological Association of Canada special paper -- 38., Geological Association of Canada special paper -- 38.
    ContributionsGower, Charles F., Rivers, Toby, 1948-, Ryan, Arthur Bruce, 1951-, Geological Association of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 581 p. :
    Number of Pages581
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17783250M
    ISBN 100919216455
    LC Control Number91090202

    J. Victor Owen. Professor. Ph.D., , Memorial University of Newfoundland. Office: Science Building, S Contact: J. Victor Owen Phone: Fax: Assembly and breakup of the core of Paleoproterozoic– Mesoproterozoic supercontinent Nuna David A.D. Evans* and Ross N. Mitchell Department of Geology & Geophysics, Yale University, Whitney Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut , USA ABSTRACT Idealized conceptual models of supercontinent cyclicity must be tested against the geologic record using pre-Pangean reconstructions.

    E. TOHVER ET AL. Figure 1. Bottom inset, Location map of study area within South American continent, showing relation to general outline of Amazon craton outlined in black. The E-W trace of the Nova Brasilaˆndia belt, a late Mesoproterozoic suture.   1 Introduction. Over 44 years ago paleomagnetists studying Cretaceous plutonic rocks in the North American Cordillera measured paleopole directions that could best be explained by large‐scale northward translation of parts of the orogen [Beck and Noson, ].Their findings—that large parts of western North America were located thousands of kilometers farther south during the Late.

    Neodymium (Nd) isotopic data show consistent patterns in the sources of sedimentary rocks in North America at a continental scale. Between and million years ago (Ma), ancient continental shield sources dominated. Around Ma, detritus from the Caledonian-Appalachian mountains overwhelmed sediment from all older sources, and is documented over large areas of the southern, western, and. Mineralogical Association of Canada = Association géologique du Canada: association minéralogique du Canada., 2 books Roberts, R. G., 2 books F. W. Breaks, 2 books S. Henry Williams, 1 book Charles F. Gower, 1 book Robert I. Thompson, 1 book J. Duncan Keppie, 1 book Ross A. McLean, 1 book David Ian Johnston, 1 book Brenda Hunda, 1 book.


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ISBN: Mid-Proterozoic Laurentia Baltica is collection of 31 papers that offer evidence that the Laurentian and Baltic shields shared a common history during the mid-Proterozoic. Topics include regional geology, isotope systematics, structure, anorogenic plutonism and sedimentation, presented by authors from California to Finland.

Abstract. Comparison of the Cambrian Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen and the distinctive anorthosite-mangerite-charnockite-granite (AMCG) complexes of the Mid-Proterozoic reveal striking similarities in the temporal and spatial association of igneous rock types in Mid-Proterozoic Laurentia-Baltica book provinces that suggests a commonality in their petrogenesis.

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In Mid-Proterozoic Laurentia-Baltica (eds Gower, CF, Rivers, T and Ryan, B), pp. 79 – St John’s: Geological Association of Canada, Special Paper Dickin, AP and McNutt, RH () An application of Nd isotope mapping in structural geology: delineating an allochthonous Grenvillian terrane at North Bay, Ontario.

Following the Pan-African orogeny Pannotia broke-up into Gondwana, Laurentia, Baltica and Siberia, with the Iapetus Ocean between Gondwana and Laurentia, and the Tornquist Sea between Gondwana and Baltica. At this time North Africa was located at the south pole, with Africa inverted in terms of modern geography.

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Ryan, T. Rivers and C.F. Gower ISBN:   Although paleomagnetic data Torsvik et al.,Buchan et al., are permissive of a mid-Proterozoic Laurentia–Baltica fit, they also indicate complex relative motions between both continents during the life span of Iapetus Ocean (Torsvik et al., ), thus greatly reducing the probability that Baltica somehow came back to its pre-break-up position.

paleocontinents (palaeogeography of Pisarevsky et al. ) of Laurentia, Baltica, South Australia, North Australia, North China, Kalahari, Amazon and Sao Francisco (Fig. The data base for mid-Proterozoic mineralization is most detailed in Baltica (Sweden, Finland, adjacent.

Hamilton MA, Buchan KL, Garde AA, Connelly JN () U-Pb age and preliminary paleomagnetism of a Melville Bugt diabase dyke, west Greenland, and implications for mid-Proterozoic Laurentia-Baltica reconstructions.

AGU-CGU Joint Assembly, May, Montreal, Canada. Eos Trans. AGU, 85(17), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract GP31B–03 () Google Scholar. Nd model-age mapping of Grenville lithotectonic domains: Mid-Proterozoic crustal evolution in Ontario, In Mid-Proterozoic Laurentia–Baltica (eds Gower, C.

F., Rivers, T. & Ryan, B.), pp. 79 – Geological Association of Canada Special Paper Nena, an acronym for Northern Europe–North America, was the Early Proterozoic amalgamation of Baltica and Laurentia into a single "cratonic landmass", a name first proposed in Since then several similar Proterozoic supercontinents have been proposed, including Nuna and Arctica, that include other Archaean cratons, such as Siberia and East Antarctica.

McEachern SJ, van Breemen O. Age of deformation within the Central Metasedimentary Belt boundary thrust zone, southwest Grenville orogen: constraints on the collision of the Mid-Proterozoic Elzevir terrane.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 30 (6): Link, ISI, Google Scholar. Abstract. 1 Reconstruction of Nuna: A working hypothesis David A.D. Evans*, Ross N. Mitchell, Taylor M. Kilian, and Joseph E. Panzik Department of Geology & Geophysics.

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R Mid-Proterozoic Laurentia-Baltica by Geological Association of Canada (Book) 8 editions published.Those paleocontinents (Laurentia, Baltica, Siberia, South China, and Australia) all lay in low latitudes so far as is known [Kent and Smethurst, ].

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