The Caledonide orogen Scandinavia and related areas

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Published by Wiley in Chichester, New York .

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  • Scandinavia.

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  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Paleozoic.,
  • Orogenic belts -- Scandinavia.

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Statementedited by D.G. Gee and B.A. Sturt.
ContributionsGee, D. G., Sturt, B. A., International Geological Correlation Programme. Project 27 - Caledonide Oregon., Uppsala Caledonide Symposium (1981).
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LC ClassificationsQE654 .C27 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. (xv, 1266 p.) :
Number of Pages1266
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2854810M
ISBN 10047110504X, 0471908215, 0471908223
LC Control Number84017275

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The Caledonide orogen: Scandinavia and related areas Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price. This book covers the geology of the Caledonide orogen in Scandinavia, set in the framework of the North Atlantic Caledonides.

A large part of the volume describes the orogen regionally and summarizes the Late Proterozoic and Early Palaeozoic history and treating a wide range of ongoing : Hardcover. This thematic set of 10 papers The Caledonide orogen book with deformation and metamorphism in the Caledonian and Appalachian orogens arose from part of a conference which was held in Dublin The Caledonide orogen book September as part of IGCP Project 27 (The Caledonide Orogen).

The main topic of the conference was ' The Caledonides of the British Isles, reviewed' and 82 papers from this have been published in a book Cited by: 2. Time of deformation in the Caledonide Orogen of Britain and Ireland.

(Your Name) has forwarded a page to you from Geological Society, London, Memoirs. (Your Name) thought you would be interested in this article in Geological Society, London, by: The Caledonide Orogen is regarded as a close analogue of the Himalaya–Tibet Orogen and the late-orogenic transpression is considered to be comparable with the major latitudinally oriented strike-slip faulting in Tibet, where extrusion tectonics influence the regions of southern China and farther east and south along the Pacific margin.

The Caledonide Orogen in Scandinavia (Fig. 1) has been described extensively elsewhere, in some detail in Gee and Sturt () and, more recently, in Corfu et al. The structure of the Appalachian/Caledonian orogen is described and a new model for its evolution by: Buy The Caledonide orogen: Scandinavia and related areas by (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The classical Appalachian, Caledonian, Hercynian, and Mauritanide orogens are now only segments of a once-continuous Paleozoic mountain belt which has been fragmented during Mesozoic-Cenozoic formation of the North Atlantic Ocean.

These segments are major parts of the countries surrounding theBrand: Springer Netherlands. Following an outline of Scandinavian Caledonide tectonostratigraphy, tracing the Neoproterozoic, Baltoscandian, passive margin of Baltica outboard into the suspect, Iapetus oceanic terranes and farther into the highest allochthons, which carry evidence of Laurentian ancestry, descriptions are presented of the principal tectonothermal events recorded Cited by: The Scandinavian East Greenland sector of the orogen will be covered in a companion book to be published after the symposium entitled 'The Scandinavian and Greenland Caledonides, reviewed' to be The Caledonide orogen book at Uppsala in the last week of August Cited by: 2.

The nature and timing of the accretion of Avalonia to Laurentia-Baltica are fundamental to the understanding of the evolution of the Appalachian-Caledonide orogen and to the evolution of the Iapetus and Rheic Oceans that lie between Laurentia and Gondwana. Memoir 50 The solid rock mass of Sweden forms a natural field laboratory revealing insight into the westward growth and reworking of one of the planet’s ancient continental nuclei.

Three major geological units are exposed in different parts of the country: the western part of the Fennoscandian Shield, mainly sedimentary rocks deposited on this crystalline rock mass and the Caledonide orogen. Fig. Geological setting of Sweden in the context of the major lithotectonic units in northern Europe.

Map based on Koistinen et names of provinces of Archean rocks follow Hölttä et reflection seismic lines in the offshore part of Sweden and in the Caledonide orogen, used and discussed in this Memoir, are also by: Geological evolution of middle to late Paleozoic rocks in the Avalon terrane of northern mainland Nova Scotia, Canadian Appalachians: a record of tectonothermal activity along the northern margin of the Rheic Ocean in the Appalachian-Caledonide orogen.

Regional Trends in the Geology of the Appalachian-Caledonian-Hercynian-Mauritanide Orogen by P. Schenk,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Middle thrust sheets in the Caledonide orogen, Sweden: the outer margin of Baltica, the continent–ocean transition zone and late Cambrian–Ordovician subduction–accretion () Gee.

D, Klonowska. I, Andréasson. P, Stephens. Tozer, E. T., / CALEDONIAN - APPALACHIAN OROGEN OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC REGION, Geological Survey of Canada, PaperProj Caledonide Orogen, Ottawa,pb, - 3 - $ 25 Trettin, H. / GEOLOGY OF THE INNUITIAN OROGEN AND ARCTIC PLATFORM OF CANADA AND GREENLAND, GSA DNAG Volume E, Ottawa, cl, pages, 9 figures in separate.

The Caledonide Orogen onshore Fennoscandia encompassed a complex sequence of southeast directed convergent movements, which culminated in the closure of the Iapetus Ocean and the continental collision of Laurentia and Baltica in the Silurian/Devonian [Roberts and Gee, ].

Caledonides Onshore Northern Norway. Imbrication of the north‐west margin of the Baltic Shield during the mid‐Silurian continental collision caused continental “subduction” as recorded by the eclogites of the Western Gneiss Region of Cited by: Researches in the last decade have demonstrated that the Scandinavian Caledonides are a complex montage built-up during three successive and distinctive orogenic cycles.

The earliest of these — the Finnmarkian Orogeny had a unique significance in the evolutionary by: Three models are evaluated for restoring basement rocks coring tectonic windows (Window-Basement) in the Scandinavian Caledonides; parautochthonous (Model I) and allochthonous (models II/III), with initial imbrication of the Window-Basement post-dating or pre-dating, respectively, that in the external imbricate zone (Lower Allochthon).Cited by: 7.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Caledonide orogen. Chichester ; New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet. Abstract. A geophysical study group within IGCP Project 27 “The Caledonide Orogen” was informally organized in Its initial objective was to foster the compilation of geophysical data within individual countries on a common scale so that international compilations and correlations between separate elements of the orogen might be by: 3.

Ordovician magmatism, deformation, and exhumation in the. Caledonides of central Norw a y: An orphan of the. The Caledonide orogen—Scandinavia and re-lated areas: Chichester, John W iley. The caledonides in the U.S.A.: geological excursions in the northeast Appalachians: contributions to the International Geological Correlation Program (IGCP) Project 27 - Caledonide Orogen Author: James William Skehan ; Philip H Osberg ; International Geological Correlation Programme.

(English) Chapter in book (Other academic) Text Abstract [en] The Caledonide Orogen in the Nordic countries is exposed in Norway, western Sweden, westernmost Finland, on Svalbard and in northeast Greenland.

Avalonia is a terrane that accreted to Laurentia–Baltica during the development of the Appalachian–Caledonide Orogen. Interpretations of the timing of Cited by:   Coesite is reported for the first time from the Caledonide orogen.

It occurs as inclusions in clinopyroxene in the dolomite-eclogite at Grytting, Norway, and provides valuable new evidence to Cited by:   Isotope studies of granitoids from the Bangenhuk Formation, Ny Friesland Caledonides, Svalbard - Volume Issue 3 - Å. Johansson, D. Gee, L. Björklund, P. Witt-NilssonCited by: The Himalaya-Tibet and Caledonide orogens are comparable in scale and are similar in various aspects.

Regional suture zones are recognizable in both, although their identification is more problematic in the deeply eroded Caledonide by: Octagon Books, € The Sources for the Early History of Ireland: Ecclesiastical: An.

English, Book, Illustrated edition: The sources for the early history of Ireland: A map illustrates the time of deformation in the Caledonide Orogen of the UK and Ireland.-after Authors. Read more. The Araçuaí‐West Congo orogen is primarily the result of collisions against the western margin of the São Francisco margin in the late Proterozoic (forming the Brasilia belt) and is composed of an external (foreland) fold‐and‐thrust belt and a wide and hot internal domain (hinterland) dominated by partial melting and magmatism and Cited by: 7.

16 Jeremy Hall, Garry Quinlan, A collisional crustal fabric pattern recognised from seismic reflection profiles of the Appalachian/ Caledonide orogen, Tectonophysics,31CrossRef 17 Hong Zhu, John E. Ebel, Tomographic inversion for the seismic velocity structure beneath northern New England using seismic refraction data.

lapse) of the Caledonian orogen in Scandinavia. Field studies supplied with K-Ar and Ar-Ar isotope work. Post-Caledonian deformation: Studies of brittle deforma - tion structures in SW Norway by means of field, AFT and isotope analysis.

North Sea rift system: Evolution of the northern North Sea rift. Seismic interpretation, core studies. Regional. In Scotland, the basement of the Caledonide orogen consists of the Lewisian complex of gneisses which at the time formed part of the Labrador-Greenland craton.

The gneisses yield Archean ages of m.y., and Aphebian ages of reworking of m.y. Backbone of the Americas: Shallow Subduction, Plateau Uplift, and Ridge and Terrane Collision (Geological Society of America Memoir ) | Suzanne Mahlburg Kay, Victor A.

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In: Gee, D. and Sturt, B. eds. The Caledonide Orogen: Scandinavia and related areas, Oxford: Wiley. In this paper, the radial basis function neural network (RBFNN) is used to generate a prospectivity map for undiscovered copper-rich (Cu) deposits in the Finnmark region, northern Norway.

To generate the input data for RBFNN, geological and geophysical data, including up to 86 known mineral occurrences hosted in mafic host-rocks, were combined at different by: 2.

COSC-1 - drilling of a subduction-related allochthon in the Palaeozoic Caledonide orogen of Scandinavia. Lorenz, Book chapter. Accumulation of metals by bacteriogenic iron oxides in a subterranean environment. F Grant Ferris.

Age and significance of Grenvillian and Silurian orogenic events in the Finnmarkian Caledonides, northern Norway F. Corfu, a M. Gerber, b T. B. Andersen, c T. H. Torsvik, c d e L. D. Ashwal e a Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo, Postbox Blindern, Oslo, by: Proj Caledonide orogen: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Department of Geological Sciences Memoir 2, p.

83– —— Review of potential host rocks for radioactive waste disposal in the Piedmont province of North Carolina: E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co., Savannah River Laboratory, Report DP, VC, 47 p.Caledonide Orogen (Gee and Stuart, eds., ), especially his comments on the impact of the plate-tectonic era on his earlier interpretation of the Caledonides.

In John was awarded the Steno Medal of the Geological Society of Denmark for “valuable contributions to the field of geological sciences.” This award is made only at.

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