Deep structure and past kinematics of accreted terranes . By John W. Hillhouse, editor

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American Geophysical Union , Washington
Geology, structural - Congresses, Earth - Crust - Congr
ContributionsHillhouse, J.W.
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LC ClassificationsQE 601 D34 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination283 p.
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Open LibraryOL21983033M
ISBN 100875904548

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Deep Structure and Past Kinematics of Accreted Terranes, Volume Editor(s): John W. Hillhouse; First published: 1 January Print ISBN: The concept of “accreted terranes,” that continents grow by the addition of displaced fragments of crust, was the central topic of a recent multidisciplinary symposium sponsored by.

The Denali fault juxtaposes accreted terranes, such as Wrangellia, against the continental core of Alaska. In this photograph taken from a Lear jet at an altitude of 45, feet, the Denali fault is marked by the narrow valley at the left edge of the snow-capped Alaska Range.

Denali, the prominent peak on the horizon, is the highest point editor book North. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A selection of papers presented in symposium 12 at the XIX General Assembly of the IUGG, held August, in Vancouver". Deep structure and past kinematics of accreted terranes; book review.

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Deep structure and past kinematics of accreted terranes John W. Hillhouse, editor,Hillhouse, John W.,International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. General Assembly. Accreted terranes may be called exotic terranes, suspect terranes, or tectonostratigraphic terranes.

The terms all mean the same thing. The terms all mean the same thing. The word terrane, with its distinctive spelling, is technically a tectonostratigraphic terrane, a piece of the earth's crust or lithosphere that has been accreted to the edge.

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and Engebretson, D. () Refinements of the “Baja British Columbia” Plate-Tectonic Model for Northward Translation Along the Margin of Western North America, in Deep Structure and Past Kinematics of Accreted Terranes (ed J. Hillhouse), American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.

doi: /GMp Accreted Terranes (IUGG Volume. 5) John. Hillhouse (Ed.) Past Kinematics. Accreted to what extent does unmodeled structure on the and km boundaries bias volumetric. John W. Hillhouse. Search for more papers by this author. Michael O. McWilliams. The use of paleomagnetism to determine translations and rotations of geologic terranes has contributed to a better understanding of deformation within accretionary complexes, shear zones, and rifts.

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Introduction. There is a significant tectonic history seen in most mountain belts that occurs before final ocean basin closure with the collision of two continents, and that can't be explained by simple subduction processes.

- In: Hillhouse, J. (editor): Deep Structure and Past Kinematics of Accreted Terranes, Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union/International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Monograph 5, 1– Abstract. The factors which most critically affect paleogeographic maps are: 1) the spatial resolution of the data base; 2) the map projection; 3) the initial fits and rotations of the major continental blocks; 4) the number of plates rotated independently for the reconstruction; 5) the number of terranes shown; 6) palinspastic reconstruction of continental margins and interiors, and.

The Petersburg batholith in east-central Virginia is one of the largest and northernmost of the Alleghanian plutonic complexes in the southern Appalachians, and underlies an elongate area of more than km 2 that extends from near Ashland to south of Dinwiddie (Figs.

1 and 2).The batholith is bound along much of its west-central border by the Richmond Mesozoic basin, and further to the. ___, E. Hund, and J. Hogan,Paleozoic accretionary history of the North American plate margin (central and southern Appalachians): Constraints from the age, origin, and distribution of granitic rocks; pp.

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