4 edition of Non-Volcanic Rifting of Continental Margins found in the catalog.
by Geological Society Publishing House
Written in English
|Contributions||R. C. L. Wilson (Editor), R. B. Whitmarsh (Editor), B. Tayor (Editor), N. Froitzheim (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||584|
Non-Volcanic Rifting of Continental Margins: A Comparison of Evidence from Land and Sea by. R.C.L. Wilson, Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Understanding the Earth, Revised Edition: A Reader in the Earth Sciences by. I.G. Gass,/5(6). Sayers, J, Symonds, PA, Direen, NG and Bernadel, G , 'Nature of the continent-ocean transition on the non-volcanic rifted margin of the central Great Australian Bight', in RCL Wilson and RB Whitmarsh and B Taylor and N Froitzheim (eds.), Non-Volcanic Rifting of Continental Margins: A Comparison of Evidence from Land and Sea, Geological.
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Non-continental margins lack thick lavas that are generated as continental crust thins immediately prior to the onset of seafloor spreading. They may form up to 30 per cent of passive margins around the world. This volume contains papers examining an active margin, fossil margins that border present day oceans, and remnants of margins exposed today in the Alps.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 26 cm: Contents: Introduction: the land and sea approach / R.C.L. Wilson [and others] --Non-volcanic rifted margins, continental break-up and the onset of sea-floor spreading: some outstanding questions / G.
Boillot & N. Froitzheim. Volcanic passive margins (VPM) and non-volcanic passive margins are the two forms of transitional crust that lie beneath passive continental margins that occur on Earth as the result of the formation of ocean basins via continental tion of igneous processes associated with volcanic passive margins occurs before and/or during the rifting process depending on the.
Get this from a library. Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins: a comparison of evidence from land and sea. [R C L Wilson;] -- Non-volcanic continental margins may form up to f all present-day passive margins, and remnants of them are preserved in mountain belts.
The papers in this volume demonstrate the benefits of. Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins: a comparison of evidence from land and sea () Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins: a comparison of evidence from land and sea (Geological Society of London Geological Society of London, pp.
Record type: Book Full text not available from this repository. More information Cited by: Rifting in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden continues an episodic process that began in the Permian: the peeling away of strips of the Gondwana part of Pangaea along Paleo- and Neotethyan continental margins (Stampfli et al., ).It is in reality more complex than this, because collision of Arabia with Eurasia and the emergence of the Afar plume also played important roles in the.
Non-volcanic continental margins may form up to 30% of 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. Buy Non-volcanic Rifting of Continental Margins by R. Chris L. Wilson, etc. from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: The unroofing of vast expanses of sub-continental mantle at non-volcanic margins has led some authors to argue in favour of simple shear models, but supporting evidence is lacking.
NE Atlantic continental rifting and volcanic margin formation Article in Geological Society London Special Publications (1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Highlights Reevaluation of volcanism during rifting and continental breakup. Magma-poor and volcanic rifted end-member margin types are discussed.
The Laptev Sea, the South China Sea and the southernmost South Atlantic. Implications on the formation of rift-onset and breakup unconformities. A major controlling mode of hot-spot related mantle processes cannot be Cited by: logical Society of London entitled “Non-Volcanic Rifting of Continental Margins: A Comparison of Evidence from Land and Sea” (Wilson et al.
Recently, Whit-marsh et al. () published a conceptual model aiming to explain the tectonic evolution of magma-poor margins from onset of rifting to sea-floor spreading along magma. We present here a synthesis of the evolution of rifted continental margin systems in the Gulf of Aden.
These margins are volcanic to the west of the Gulf of Aden, where they are influenced by the Afar hotspot, and non-volcanic east of longitude 46° E. The combined use of magnetics, gravity, seismic reflection, field observations (tectonic, stratigraphic and Cited by: The volcanic activity during rifting is lacking at both margins, arguing for a cold initial geotherm.
Using structural reconstructions, we identify three phases of rifting. The initial. Rifting appears to depend strongly on the thermal history of the lithosphere, which controls the rheology and consequently also the structural evolution of the margin.
The tectonic evolution of non-volcanic margins appears to be distinctly different from that of volcanic by: Leg Journal and Book Abstracts R.C.L., Whitmarsh, R.B., Taylor, B., and Froitzheim, N. (Eds.), Non-volcanic Rifting of Continental Margins: A Comparison of The results of drilling during Ocean Drilling Program Leg provide insights into fundamental processes of continental break-up, because rifting can be related to westward.
Sayers, J, Symonds, PA, Direen, NG and Bernadel, G'Nature of the continent-ocean transition on the non-volcanic rifted margin of the central Great Australian Bight', in RCL Wilson and RB Whitmarsh and B Taylor and N Froitzheim (eds.), Non-Volcanic Rifting of Continental Margins: A Comparison of Evidence from Land and Sea, Geological Society special Cited by: Passive margins produced by continental rifting and ocean-floor spreading have a wide range of characteristics, many of which remain enigmatic.
Some key empirical observations inspired the concepts presented in this paper. On the super-regional North Atlantic-Arctic scale, the four to five architectural zones of magma-poor margins (e.g., Péron-Pindivic and Manatschal, ; Péron-Pinvidic et al., ) are paired along many oceanic conjugate sectors and can be traced for thousands of kilometers (Lundin and Doré.
Nagel, TJ and Buck, WR () Control of rheological stratification on rifting geometry: a symmetric model resolving the upper plate paradox. Int J Earth Sci (Geol Rundsch) DOI /sx.
The role of syn-rift magmatism in the rift-to-drift evolution of the west Iberia continental margin: geophysical observations Taylor, B. and Froitzheim, N. (eds.) Non-volcanic rifting of continental margins: a comparison of Geological Society of London, Cited by: The group became known as the CREST working group, an acronym of Continental Rifts: Evolution, Structure and Tectonics, which not surprisingly became the title of this book.
Continental Rifts: Evolution, Structure, Tectonics presents an overview of the present state of understanding and knowledge of the processes of continental rifting from a.
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