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The Resource Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins : a comparison of evidence from land and sea, edited by R.C.L. Wilson [and others]

Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins : a comparison of evidence from land and sea, edited by R.C.L. Wilson [and others]

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Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins : a comparison of evidence from land and sea
Title
Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins
Title remainder
a comparison of evidence from land and sea
Statement of responsibility
edited by R.C.L. Wilson [and others]
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Language
eng
Summary
Non-volcanic continental margins may form up to 300f all present-day passive margins, and remnants of them are preserved in mountain belts. The papers in this volume demonstrate the benefits of integrating offshore and onshore studies, and illustrate the range of information obtained at different scales when comparing evidence from land and sea. Data sets collected across a range of spatial scales are evaluated: thin sections, cores, outcrops, seismic reflection profiles, and other geophysical data
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N$T
Dewey number
551.136
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
GC84
LC item number
.N65 2001eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Wilson, R. C. L
Series statement
Geological Society special publication,
Series volume
no. 187
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  • Continental margins
  • Rifts (Geology)
  • SCIENCE
  • SCIENCE
  • Continental margins
  • Rifts (Geology)
  • Earth & Environmental Sciences
  • Marine Science
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Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins : a comparison of evidence from land and sea, edited by R.C.L. Wilson [and others]
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Development of the continental margins of the Labrador Sea-- a review
  • J.A. Chalmers & T.C.R. Pulvertaft
  • The role of syn-rift magmatism in the rift-to-drift evolution of the west Iberia continental margin : geophysical observations
  • R.B. Whitmarsh [and others]
  • Subsidence, deformation, thermal and mechanical evolution of the Mesozoic South Alpine rifted margin : an anlogue for Atlantic-type margins
  • G. Bertotti
  • Petrochemistry of serpentinized peridotite from the Iberia Abyssal Plain (ODP Leg 173) : its character intermediate between sub-oceanic and sub-continental upper mantle
  • N. Abe
  • Petrology and geochemistry of exhumed peridotites and gabbros at non-volcanic margins : ODP leg 173, West Iberia ocean-continent transition zone
  • R. Hébert [and others]
  • Introduction : the land and sea approach
  • The evolution of amphibolites from drilling Site 1067, ODP Leg 173 (Iberia Abyssal Plain) : Jurassic rifting to Pyrenean collision
  • V. Gardien [and others]
  • Palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic results from serpentinized peridotites beneath the Iberia Abyssal Plain
  • X. Zhao
  • The Steinmann trinity revisited : mantle exhumation and magmatism along an ocean-continent transition : the Platta nappe, eastern Switzerland
  • L. Desmurs, G. Manatschal & D. Bernoulli
  • The role of lower crust and continental upper mantle during formation of non-volcanic passive continental margins : evidence from the Alps
  • O. Müntener & J. Hermann
  • A tale of two kinds of normal fault : the importance of strain weakening in fault development
  • R. Buck & L.L. Lavier
  • R.C.L. Wilson [and others]
  • Evidence for seismogenic normal faults at shallow dips in continental rifts
  • G.A. Abers
  • Deformation fabrics of faulted rocks and some syntectonic stress estimates from the active Woodlark Basin detachment zone (ODP leg 180)
  • S. Roller, J.H. Behrmann & A. Kopf
  • Evolution of the Miocene-- recent Woodlark Rift Basin, SW Pacific, inferred from sediments drilled during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 180
  • A.H.F. Robertson [and others]
  • 40Ar/39Ar ages of fallout tephra layers and volcaniclastic deposits in the sedimentary succession of the western Woodlark Basin, Papua New Guinea : the marine record of Miocene-Pleistocene volcanism
  • K. Lackschewitz, P.V.D. Bogaard & D.F. Mertz
  • Micropalaeontologic and palaeomagnetic approaches to stratigraphic anomalies in rift basins : ODP Site 1109, Woodlark Basin
  • J.M. Resig [and others]
  • Non-volcanic rifted margins, continental break-up and the onset of sea-floor spreading : some outstanding questions
  • The role of detachment faulting in the formation of an ocean-continent transition : insights from the Iberia Abyssal Plain
  • G. Manatschal [and others]
  • Rifting along non-volcanic passive margins : stratigraphic and seismic evidence from the Mesozoic of the Alps and Western Iberia
  • R.C.L. Wilson, G. Manatschal & S. Wise
  • Tectonic evolution of the northwestern Red Sea-- Gulf of Suez System
  • S.M. Khalil & K.R. McClay
  • Transfer zones normal and oblique to rift trend : examples from the Perth Basin, Western Australia
  • T. Song, P.A. Cawood & M. Middleton
  • Patterns of extension and magmatism along the continent-ocean boundary, South China Margin
  • P.D. Clift, J. Lin & ODP Leg 184 Scientific Party
  • G. Boillot & N. Froitzheim
  • Geodynamic models of continental extension and the formation of non-volcanic rifted continental margins
  • J.C. Bowling & D.L. Harry
  • Anomalous melt production after continental breakup in the southern Iberia Abyssal Plain
  • T.A. Minshull [and others]
  • Serpentinization and magmatism during extension at non-volcanic margins-- the effect of initial lithosphere structure
  • M. Ṕerez-Gussinýe, T. Reston & Morgan J. Phipps
  • Propagation of continental break-up in the southwestern South China Sea
  • P. Huchon, T.N.H. Nguyen & N. Chamot-Rokke
  • Nature of the continent-ocean transition on the non-volcanic rifted margin of the central Great Australian Bight
  • J. Sayers [and others]
Control code
60881130
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (585 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781423711476
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unknown
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computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), maps (some color).
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
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unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)60881130
Label
Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins : a comparison of evidence from land and sea, edited by R.C.L. Wilson [and others]
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Development of the continental margins of the Labrador Sea-- a review
  • J.A. Chalmers & T.C.R. Pulvertaft
  • The role of syn-rift magmatism in the rift-to-drift evolution of the west Iberia continental margin : geophysical observations
  • R.B. Whitmarsh [and others]
  • Subsidence, deformation, thermal and mechanical evolution of the Mesozoic South Alpine rifted margin : an anlogue for Atlantic-type margins
  • G. Bertotti
  • Petrochemistry of serpentinized peridotite from the Iberia Abyssal Plain (ODP Leg 173) : its character intermediate between sub-oceanic and sub-continental upper mantle
  • N. Abe
  • Petrology and geochemistry of exhumed peridotites and gabbros at non-volcanic margins : ODP leg 173, West Iberia ocean-continent transition zone
  • R. Hébert [and others]
  • Introduction : the land and sea approach
  • The evolution of amphibolites from drilling Site 1067, ODP Leg 173 (Iberia Abyssal Plain) : Jurassic rifting to Pyrenean collision
  • V. Gardien [and others]
  • Palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic results from serpentinized peridotites beneath the Iberia Abyssal Plain
  • X. Zhao
  • The Steinmann trinity revisited : mantle exhumation and magmatism along an ocean-continent transition : the Platta nappe, eastern Switzerland
  • L. Desmurs, G. Manatschal & D. Bernoulli
  • The role of lower crust and continental upper mantle during formation of non-volcanic passive continental margins : evidence from the Alps
  • O. Müntener & J. Hermann
  • A tale of two kinds of normal fault : the importance of strain weakening in fault development
  • R. Buck & L.L. Lavier
  • R.C.L. Wilson [and others]
  • Evidence for seismogenic normal faults at shallow dips in continental rifts
  • G.A. Abers
  • Deformation fabrics of faulted rocks and some syntectonic stress estimates from the active Woodlark Basin detachment zone (ODP leg 180)
  • S. Roller, J.H. Behrmann & A. Kopf
  • Evolution of the Miocene-- recent Woodlark Rift Basin, SW Pacific, inferred from sediments drilled during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 180
  • A.H.F. Robertson [and others]
  • 40Ar/39Ar ages of fallout tephra layers and volcaniclastic deposits in the sedimentary succession of the western Woodlark Basin, Papua New Guinea : the marine record of Miocene-Pleistocene volcanism
  • K. Lackschewitz, P.V.D. Bogaard & D.F. Mertz
  • Micropalaeontologic and palaeomagnetic approaches to stratigraphic anomalies in rift basins : ODP Site 1109, Woodlark Basin
  • J.M. Resig [and others]
  • Non-volcanic rifted margins, continental break-up and the onset of sea-floor spreading : some outstanding questions
  • The role of detachment faulting in the formation of an ocean-continent transition : insights from the Iberia Abyssal Plain
  • G. Manatschal [and others]
  • Rifting along non-volcanic passive margins : stratigraphic and seismic evidence from the Mesozoic of the Alps and Western Iberia
  • R.C.L. Wilson, G. Manatschal & S. Wise
  • Tectonic evolution of the northwestern Red Sea-- Gulf of Suez System
  • S.M. Khalil & K.R. McClay
  • Transfer zones normal and oblique to rift trend : examples from the Perth Basin, Western Australia
  • T. Song, P.A. Cawood & M. Middleton
  • Patterns of extension and magmatism along the continent-ocean boundary, South China Margin
  • P.D. Clift, J. Lin & ODP Leg 184 Scientific Party
  • G. Boillot & N. Froitzheim
  • Geodynamic models of continental extension and the formation of non-volcanic rifted continental margins
  • J.C. Bowling & D.L. Harry
  • Anomalous melt production after continental breakup in the southern Iberia Abyssal Plain
  • T.A. Minshull [and others]
  • Serpentinization and magmatism during extension at non-volcanic margins-- the effect of initial lithosphere structure
  • M. Ṕerez-Gussinýe, T. Reston & Morgan J. Phipps
  • Propagation of continental break-up in the southwestern South China Sea
  • P. Huchon, T.N.H. Nguyen & N. Chamot-Rokke
  • Nature of the continent-ocean transition on the non-volcanic rifted margin of the central Great Australian Bight
  • J. Sayers [and others]
Control code
60881130
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (585 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781423711476
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), maps (some color).
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)60881130

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