6 edition of Proterozoic tectonic evolution of the Grenville orogen in North America found in the catalog.
|Statement||Richard P. Tollo ... [et al.].|
|Series||Memoir (Geological Society of America) -- 197|
|Contributions||Tollo, Richard P.|
|LC Classifications||QE653.5 .P78 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003071036|
Gneiss Belt; GFTZ, Grenville Front Tectonic Zone Geological setting The Grenville Orogen represents one of the oldest linear orogenic belts stretching from Newfoundland in the north through eastern Canada, the eastern United States to Texas and central Mexico in the south. The Phanerozoic history of North America, when viewed from the perspective of Pangea, can be divided into three broad phases with gradational time boundaries, as described in the following paragraphs.. During the first phase, which lasted from the late Precambrian to the Pennsylvanian, Pangea was under construction and the North American craton was marked by various, Cited by: 6.
Other articles where Grenville Orogen is discussed: North America: billion to million years ago: northwest-directed crustal-scale thrusting in the Grenville orogenic belt. The belt is exposed principally along the southeastern margin of the Canadian Shield, but inliers occur in the Appalachians, the East Greenland Caledonides, Texas, and Mexico. Evolution of Grenville tectonic provinces, southeastern Llano uplift, central Texas.- Anatomy of the Grenville orogen in west Texas.- Halokinetic associated crustal stretching in the southern Red Sea: new observations of the basement and sedimentary cover from refraction constrained reflection seismic stratigraphy.-Price: $
A prominent midcrustal discontinuity beneath the central Grenville Province and changes in the patterns of seismic anisotropy in the THO crust beneath Hudson Bay provide geophysical evidence that lower crustal flow likely played a role in the evolution of both orogens, similar to that inferred beneath the present‐day by: 8. Proterozoic Life Acritarchs & Plankton. The Proterozoic includes over half the history of life on this planet, but the available data about Proterozoic organisms are exceedingly sparse. We usually have a little discussion about plankton at about this point on the Time pages, but we know practically nothing about plankton in the Proterozoic.
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Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America, Issue Richard P. Tollo Geological Society of America, Jan 1, - Science - pages.
Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America Author(s) Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America. Author(s): Richard P. Tollo, James McLelland, Louise Corriveau, Mervin J. Bartholomew.
: Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America (MEMOIR (GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA)) (): Richard P. Tollo, Louise Corriveau, James M.
McLelland, Mervin J. Bartholomew: Books. Alan P. Dickin, "Mesoproterozoic and Paleoproterozoic crustal growth in the eastern Grenville Province: Nd isotope evidence from the Long Range inlier of the Appalachian orogen", Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America, Richard P.
Tollo, James McLelland, Louise Corriveau, Mervin J. Bartholomew. Acknowledgments --Preface --Proterozoic tectonic evolution of the Grenville orogen in North America: An introduction / Richard P.
Tollo, Louise Corriveau, James McLelland, and Mervin J. Bartholomew --Canadian Grenville Province --Cordierite-orthopyroxene white gneiss: A key to unveiling premetamorphic hydrothermal activity in the Bondy gneiss.
Proterozoic tectonic evolution of the Grenville orogen in North America: An introduction focusing on both the tectonic evolution of the orogen and on. Figure 1. The extent of the Grenville orogen in eastern North America. The Grenville Province, its tectonic divi-sions, and major anorthosite massifs are shown in shades of gray identiﬁ ed in the legend.
Mesoproterozoic inliers of the Appalachians are designated in black. The subsurface distribution of Grenville. North America - North America - Tectonic evolution: North America is an ancient continent in several respects.
It contains some of the oldest rocks on the Earth, its interior has been stable for the longest period of time, and it was the first continent to achieve approximately its present size and shape.
Although its known geologic history spans almost 4 billion years, two ages stand. Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America [Richard P.
Tollo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Richard P. Tollo. Acknowledgments • Preface • Proterozoic tectonic evolution of the Grenville orogen in North America: An introduction, Richard P.
Tollo, Louise Coniveau, James McLelland, and Mervin J. Bartholomew • Canadian Grenville rite-orthopyroxene white gneiss: A key to unveiling premetamorphic hydrothermal activity in the Bondy gneiss complex, Grenville.
The Grenville orogeny was a long-lived Mesoproterozoic mountain-building event associated with the assembly of the supercontinent record is a prominent orogenic belt which spans a significant portion of the North American continent, from Labrador to Mexico, as well as to Scotland. Grenville orogenic crust of mid-late Mesoproterozoic age (c.
– Ma) is found. "Deciphering the Grenville of the Southern Appalachians through the Post-Grenville Tectonic History in Northwestern North Carolina." Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America: Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America MemoirRichard P.
Tollo, Louise Corriveau, James McLelland, and Mervin J. Bartholomew Cited by: 5. Geological Society of America Memoir Petrologic and geochronologic evolution of the Grenville orogen, northern Blue Ridge Province, Virginia. Geological Society of America Memoir Exhumation of a collisional orogen: A perspective from the North American Grenville Province Margaret M.
Streepey* Department of Geological Sciences, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FloridaUSA Carolina Lithgow-Bertelloni Ben A. van der Pluijm Eric J. EsseneFile Size: 2MB.
The Boring Billion, otherwise known as the Barren Billion, the Dullest Time in Earth's History, and Earth's Middle Ages, is the time period between and billion years ago (Gya) spanning the middle Proterozoic eon, characterized by more or less tectonic stability, climatic stasis, and stalled biological evolution.
It is bordered by two different oxygenation and glacial events, but the. The Grenville Orogen developed during the Proterozoic along eastern and southern margin of the North American Craton.   The largest outcrop of Grenville age rocks is an approximately kilometres ( mi) wide band southeast of the Grenville Front which stretches from the central Labrador coast southwest across southern Quebec and.
orogen, and the Central Plains orogen. The Archean and Proterozoic rocks are truncated to the east by the Grenville Front tectonic zone, a Middle Proterozoic northwest-verging zone of thrusting directed toward the interior of the North American craton, known as Laurentia (Hoffman,and references therein).Cited by: He has published multiple research papers concerned with the petrologic evolution and tectonic significance of Precambrian rocks of the Blue Ridge province, and is the lead editor of two Memoirs concerning the geology of the regional Grenville and Appalachian orogens published by the Geological Society of tion: Associate Dean.
North America is a continent that has grown over time by horizontal attachment of material onto its margins. Studying the process of continental growth in the geologic past gives insight into fundamental components of plate tectonics, and sheds light onto processes at work at modern plate boundaries, in which mid- and lower-crustal rocks are generally hidden from : Ruth Frances Aronoff.
The Phanerozoic history of North America can be divided into three broad phases: During the first phase, which lasted from the Late Precambrian to the Triassic, Pangea was under construction.
The western continental margin was either a divergent (“passive”) margin, facing the paleo-Pacific Ocean (Panthalassa) or a backarc basin bordering that ocean, while the eastern margin, Cited by: 8. The large supercontinent formed during Early Proterozoic that was essentially what we now call North America was called _____.
Laurestia The sequence of events given as evidence of the opening of an ocean basin, sedimentation along continental margins, and the subsequent closure of this basin is called.Grenville Event and Virginia Geology - slightly-irreverent geology material.
Mervin J. Bartholomew (ed.), Proterozoic tectonic evolution of the Grenville orogen in North America, The Geological Society of America MemoirFigure 1.
(a) Archean cratons and ca. – Ga orogens in North America (modiﬁed after Hoffman ).(b) Litho-tectonic subdivisions of the Trans-Hudson Orogen; white dots indicate structural windows of the Saskatchewan Cra-ton. (c) Detail of basement windows and adjacent structural elements discussed in this paper, modiﬁed from Lewryet al.