1 edition of LithoProbe Western Superior Transect workshop (6th : 2000) found in the catalog.
LithoProbe Western Superior Transect workshop (6th : 2000)
|Series||Lithoprobe report 77|
|Contributions||Harrap, R., Helmstaedt, H.|
|LC Classifications||QE 653 L776 2000 #77|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville geologic transect Summary. Abstract: Abstract from Harvard Workshop on continental roots, Oct , Thermomechanical erosion of the continental lithosphere beneath the Precambrian Superior and Grenville provinces Canada relation to the Monteregian hotspot track S. Rondenay, MG Bostock Dept of Earth Ocean. The Archean western Superior province in Canada is the type area for proposed Archean plate tectonics. Seismic images from this region provide direct evidence for assembly of the.
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Lithoprobe Western Superior Transect Second Annual Workshop by Western Superior Transect Workshop (2nd Toronto, Ont.),Lithoprobe Secretariat, University of British Columbia edition, in EnglishPages: Transects: View surficial geology map.
Scientists working within the LITHOPROBE project carry out research at many locations across Canada. The philosophy behind LITHOPROBE is to focus research on regions chosen for geologic, historical, economic, and societal reasons.
By concentrating multidisciplinary studies on specific regions, a far more complete understanding of the earth is obtained. The Special Issue on the Western Superior Province Lithoprobe and NATMAP transects presents a wide spectrum of contributions from coordinated, multidisciplinary research projects on the western region of Earth's largest Archean craton.
Articles include aspects of the geophysical, stratigraphic, geochemical, geochronological, petrological, and structural evidence bearing on the accretionary Cited by: 4. Western Superior Transect The continental nucleus of North America was assembled during the Archean eon.
The Western Superior and SNORCLE transects incorporate studies of two of the best exposed and most representative Archean cratons in the world.
LITHOPROBE would be remiss in not investigating them to the maximum extent possible. • The crust ofthe western Superior province has been imaged by a number of geophysical methods and this aspect will be augmented in the coming years by geophysical investigations carried outunder the Lithoprobe Western Superior Transect Program.
• Numerous. tectonic reconstruction; in Western Superior Transect Fourth Annual Workshop; (ed.) R.M. Harrap and H. Helmstaedt Lithoprobe Secretariat, University of British Columbia, Lithoprobe Rep p. Western Superior Seismic Refraction Survey: Field Acquisition and Processing Report.
(not for distribution) (the report # was misused on the report’s first page) FebWestern Superior Transect Workshop (Ottawa) Western Superior - Digital Data Management for the Solid Earth Sciences. Discovering New Technology.
Lithoprobe provides IT professionals a unique online meeting place to keep current on technology information, share knowledge and experiences with peers, collaborate on solving IT issues, enhance skills with educational and training tools, and, most importantly, exchange tools, hints and advice to help each other in their own jobs.
Western Superior Lithoprobe seismic-reflection line 1 exhibits a broad region of northward-dipping reflectors in the Uchi subprovince, LithoProbe Western Superior Transect workshop book gives way to southward-dipping reflectors farther north.
transects > ag >: Abitibi Grenville Transect - LITHOPROBE Reports *3. OctoberAbitibi-Grenville LITHOPROBE Project -- Updated Proposal and (a,b)(U. of Montreal) Report of Workshop (French -3a; English -3b)(Suppl. 3 pp.) 8.
June The Abitibi-Grenville LITHOPROBE Project -- Transect (U. de Montréal) Report and updated proposal. LITHOPROBE is a scientific project of international stature and the largest earth science research project ever undertaken in Canada.
transects > sc >: SOUTHERN CORDILLERA TRANSECT - LITHOPROBE Reports *1. SeptemberLITHOPROBE Workshop Report Southern Cordillera Report of the LITHOPROBE Workshop on the Canadian Southern Cordillera held at the Pacific Geoscience Centre (GSC Internal Report November ). FebruaryLITHOPROBE Cordilleran Workshop (U.B.C., Va.
Tectonic evolution of the western Superior Province from NATMAP and LITHOPROBE studies. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Ross, G.M. Evolution of Precambrian continental lithosphere in western Canada: Results from LITHOPROBE studies in Alberta and beyond.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Percival JA, Sanborn-Barrie M, Skulski T, Stott GM, Helmstaedt H, White DJ. Tectonic evolution of the western Superior Province from NATMAP and Lithoprobe studies. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 43 (7): Link, ISI, Google Scholar.
Abstract. Proceedings of the Kapuskasing Transect Workshop held in Toronto on 16th–17th February. Lithoprobe Report 4, pp. 77–5 LE, St. John’s, 21–22 October Wright, J.A., Recent LITHOPROBE reflection profiles, from the Western Superior, Kapuskasing and Abitibi-Grenville transects (Fig.
1), interpreted in light of new geological mapping and a robust geochronological framework, have revealed a crustal architecture that invites comparisons to modern collisional orogenic belts (Williams et al., ; Calvert and.
The Lithoprobe trans-continental lithospheric cross sections: imaging the internal structure of the North American continent.
This article is one of a series of papers published in this Special Issue on the theme Lithoprobe — parameters, processes, and the evolution of a continent. Lithoprobe Publication In Lithoprobe Western Superior Transect 6th Annual Workshop, 3–4 February Edited by R.M.
Harrap and H.H. Helmstaedt. Lithoprobe rep pp. – Percival et al. (), in a comprehensive account of the tectonic evolution of the Superior Province that was based in large part on interpretations of the Lithoprobe program, concluded that the MRV terrane was accreted to the Superior craton at c Ma via north-directed subduction.
The Superior Province is bounded to the west and northwest by the Proterozoic Trans Hudson orogen, to the southeast by the Proterozoic Grenville and New Québec orogens, and to the southwest by the Penokean orogen and Proterozoic Midcontinent rift (Hoffman, ).The Lithoprobe Western Superior Transect focuses on the area of the Superior Province in northwestern Ontario ().
1 George Spence, Frederick A. Cook, Donald J. White, Alan G. Jones, David W.S. Eaton, Jeremy Hall, Ronald M. Clowes, How the crust meets the mantle: Lithoprobe perspectives on the Mohorovičić discontinuity and crust–mantle transitionThis article is one of a series of papers published in this Special Issue on the themeLithoprobe — parameters, processes, and the evolution of a continent.
ELSEVIER Tectonophysics () TECTONOPHYSICS LITHOPROBE reflection studies of Archean and Proterozoic crust in Canada Ron M. Clowes a,*, Andrew J.
Calvert b, David W. Eaton c, Zoltan Hajnal d, Jeremy Hall e, Gerald M. Ross f a LITHOPROBE, Geological Sciences Centre, Stores Road, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4, Canada. Lithoprobe is a new Canadian geoscientitic research pro- Two transect l~~afions were selected: Vancouver tsland -a site that pro- vides theoppollunity toresotvefundamental problemsingtobat tural Zone-a unique part of the Archean Superior Pravince that is interpreted to be an upthrust section of the middle tu lower conlinental crud.
Lithoprobe Report #70, Rivers, T., Indares, A. & Hynes, A. (in review), Extrusion tectonics in the Grenville Province: a Himalayan analogue.
Geology (submitted September, ). Ludden, J. & Hynes, A. (in press), The Abitibi-Grenville Lithoprobe project: two billion years of crust formation and recycling in the Precambrian Shield of Canada. Work in this transect is just beginning; in July to Septemberkm of deep reflection data were recorded from the western- most Superior Province across the orogen and almost to its boundary with the Hearne-Rae Province (Fig.
Fig. Location of LITHOPROBE transects on a generalized tectonic element map of North America. LITHOPROBE-sponsored workshop that would assemble representatives from each transect and interested mem- bers of the earth science community to draw out common threads among transects, focus on processes underly- ing observations, and form working groups to advance interpretations that have global impact.
Examples of. Lithoprobe Secretariat for the Canadian Lithoprobe. The Wyoming Craton is a craton in the west-central United States and western Canada – more specifically, in Montana, Wyoming, southern Alberta, southern Saskatchewan, and parts of northern called the Wyoming Province, it is the initial core of the continental crust of North America.
Wu, X., Ferguson, I.J., Craven, J.A. Geoelectric images of the Western Superior Province. Proceedings of Manitoba Minerals and Mining Convention, Winnipeg. To refine these structural models of the Canadian shield, several experiments were conducted as part of the Canadian Lithoprobe Western Superior Transect (WST) (White et al., ).These experiments consisted of a deep seismic reflection profiling (White et al., ), the Teleseismic Western Superior Transect (TWiST) broadband deployment (Kay et al., b, Sol et.
John Ludden, Andrew Hynes, The Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville transect: two billion years of crust formation and recycling in the Precambrian Shield of Canada, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, /e, 37,(), (). The Lithoprobe NSERC Committee received 24 proposals in totalling $, for research related to the Trans-Hudson Orogen Transect.
Thirteen of these were funded, for a total of $, com prising about a quarter of total Lithoprobe transect fund ing in. The Lithoprobe seismic reflection transect across the southern Coast Mountains of the Canadian Cordillera images fundamental crustal structures presumably related to collision of the Intermontane and Insular composite terranes, and deep levels in the upper plate of the offshore Cascadia subduction belt.
Frederick A. Cook, John L. Varsek, Jeffrey B. Thurston, Tectonic significance of gravity and magnetic variations along the Lithoprobe Southern Canadian Cordillera Transect, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, /e, 32, 10, (), ().
InLITHOPROBE acquired two ∼ km long seismic refraction/wide‐angle reflection profiles oriented parallel and orthogonal to the regional geologic strike of the Archean western Superior Prov. The transect format employed during Lithoprobe, in which 10 specified regions of Canada were targeted for approximately a decade each, between andpermitted teams of scientists to focus on geological, geophysical, and tectonic issues for each transect.
A similar comparison is possible in the Wabigoon greenstone belt near the town of Geraldton, Ontario where the Metal Earth Geraldton transect was acquired along the same gravel roads as the Lithoprobe Western Superior Line 3a (Figure 4 and Figure 8).
The Metal Earth transect was done during the first snowfalls whereas the Lithoprobe. LITHOPROBE is an Earth science megaproject that has been the focus of much solid earth science research in Canada for 20 years.
The project is structured around collaborative, multidisciplinary research programs in carefully selected transects, or study areas. Philip T.C. Hammer, Ron M. Clowes, Fred A. Cook, Arie J. van der Velden, Kris Vasudevan, The Lithoprobe trans-continental lithospheric cross sections: imaging the internal structure of the North American continentThis article is one of a series of papers published in this Special Issue on the theme Lithoprobe — parameters, processes, and the.
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Overview. The Trans-Hudson orogeny was the culminating event of the Paleoproterozoic Laurentian assembly, which occurred after the Wopmay orogeny (West of Hudson Bay, ca. Ga.).The Trans-Hudson orogeny resulted from the collision of the Superior Craton of eastern Canada with the Hearne Craton in northern Saskatchewan and the Wyoming Craton of the western United States, with the.
North America n craton, also called Laurentia.]. Wyoming, Superior and Hearne craton s]. The Trans-Hudson orogeny, Trans-Hudsonian orogeny, Trans-Hudson orogen (THO), or Trans-Hudson Orogen Transect (THOT), (also referred to as the Trans-Hudsonian Suture Zone (THSZ) or Trans-Hudson suture), was the major mountain building (orogeny) event that formed the Precambrian Canadian .Lithoprobe transect 13 - West Coast An archive of 2D regional seismic and long period magnetotelluric data collected during 20 years of work under the LITHOPROBE project.
Data are primarily onshore and cover widespread regions of Canada. Available data types include raw digital data, processed sections, and images of final sections, as well as.Close mobile search navigation. Article navigation. Vol Number 8.