4 edition of Paleomagnetic rotations and continental deformation found in the catalog.
Paleomagnetic rotations and continental deformation
NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Paleomagnetic Rotations and Continental Deformation (1988 Loutra AideМ„psou, Greece)
|Statement||edited by Catherine Kissel and Carlo Laj.|
|Series||NATO ASI series. Series C, Mathematical and physical sciences ;, vol. 254, NATO ASI series., no. 254.|
|Contributions||Kissel, Catherine., Laj, Carlo., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.|
|LC Classifications||QE511 .P335 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 516 p. :|
|Number of Pages||516|
|LC Control Number||88026648|
Paleomagnetic data are useful in many applications in Earth Science from determining paleocurrent directions to analyzing the long-term behavior of the geomagnetic field. In this book, an attempt has been made to draw together the various principles and practices within paleomagnetism in a consistent and up-to-date manner. It includes many practical examples that illustrate various. Start studying Env. Geology Ch 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Paleomagnetic studies are based on the fact that: The driving force or mechanism that causes seafloor spreading and continental drift A) the earth's rotation B) circulation of the liquid core C) magnetic reversals.
rotations measured from paleomagnetic data. (In order to recognize the spatial distribution of rotations, note that base of arrow extends from each sample site.) White dashed line shows the extent of Figure 3. Sr i = line is the location of the latest Precambrian–earliest Paleozoic rifted continental marginFile Size: 5MB. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Paleomagnetic Rotations and Continental DeformationAuthor: Catherine Kissel and Carlo Laj.
In this section, we explain how the study of such magnetic behaviour led to the realization that rocks preserve paleomagnetism, a record of Earth’s magnetic ﬁeld in the past. An understanding of paleomagnetism provided proof of continental drift and, contributed to the development of . Papers and Publications of A. Nur H. Ron & Oona Scotti. Mechanics of distributed fault and block rotation. C. Kissel and C. Laj (eds) Paleomagnetic rotations and continental deformation, , Kluwer Academic Publishers. Amos Nur, Hagai Ron, & Oona Scotti. Kinematics and mechanics of tectonic block rotations.
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Introduction. One of the most interesting results obtained in the last two decades in the study of crustal deformation has been the recognition that large regions of continental crust undergo rotations about vertical axis during deformation.
Proof of such rotations has come through the paleomagnetic studies, which reveal rotations when paleomagnetic declinations within the deforming region arc compared with those found in coeval rocks in the stable regions outside the deforming.
One of the most interesting results obtained in the last two decades in the study of crustal deformation has been the recognition that large regions of continental crust undergo rotations about vertical axis during deformation.
Proof of such rotations has come through the Paleomagnetic rotations and continental deformation book studies, which reveal rotations when paleomagnetic declinations within the deforming region arc compared with those found in coeval rocks in the stable regions outside the deforming : Springer Netherlands.
undergo rotations about vertical axis during deformation. Proof of such rotations has come through the paleomagnetic studies, which reveal rotations when paleomagnetic declinations within the deforming region arc compared with those found in coeval rocks in the stable regions outside the deforming zone.
Such rotations were first described in. NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Paleomagnetic Rotations and Continental Deformation ( Loutra Aidēpsou, Greece). Paleomagnetic rotations and continental deformation.
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Paleomagnetic Rotation Constraints on the Deformation of the Northern Qaidam Marginal Thrust Belt and Implications for Strike‐Slip Faulting Along the Altyn Tagh Fault. Bingshuai Li. School of Earth Sciences, East China University of Technology, Nanchang, by: 3. The observed movement on faults within a wide zone of continental deformation does not in general determine the rotation rate of the rigid blocks bounded by the faults.
Only if an a priori model for the deformation is assumed can the fault movements be related to observations of paleomagnetic rotations.
Even when such a model is valid, the faulting determines the block rotations relative to the boundaries of the zone, whereas the paleomagnetic Cited by: Harbert, William () [Review of "Paleomagnetic rotations and continental deformation" by Catherine Kissel and Carlo Laj (eds.)]. Geophysics, - ISSN These paleomagnetic observations coincided with the development of models describing large rotations in regions of continental deformation which all originated from the recognition that continents, unlike the oceans, deform in a widespread, diffuse way (McKenzie and Jackson, ; Lamb, ).
Paleomagnetism: Magnetic Domains to Geologic Terranes PREFACE vi Terms such as continental drift, seafloor spreading, and plate tectonics are understood even by nongeologists to reflect the mobility of the Earth’s lithospheric plates. The revolution in the Earth sciences that took place in the s has changed our view of the Size: 2MB.
paleomagnetic analysis of neotectonic deformation The bulk of the paleomagnetic database from Anatolia summarized in Table 1 is based on studies of volcanic rocks that are typically high-quality recorders of the magnetic field direction at the time of eruption. Paleomagnetic Rotation Constraints on the Deformation of the Northern Qaidam Marginal Thrust Belt and Implications for Strike‐Slip Faulting Along the Altyn Tagh Fault Bingshuai Li School of Earth Sciences, East China University of Technology, Nanchang, ChinaCited by: 3.
Paleomagnetic constraints on Cenozoic deformation in Central Iran Massimo Mattei (1), Francesca Cifelli (1), Hamideh Rashid (1), Habib Alimohammadian (2), and Jafar Sabouri (2). Jpn.) 30 () 23 W.B. Heptonstall, Plate linkage mechanism to account of oroclinal deformation in the western Cordillera of North America, Nature () 24 R.W.
Simpson and A. Cox, Paleomagnetic evidence for tectonic rotation of the Oregon Coast Range, Geology 5 () 25 J. Magill, A. Cox and R. Duncan, Tillamook Cited by: About Cookies, including instructions on how to turn off cookies if you wish to do so.
By continuing to browse this site you agree to us using cookies as described in. The Coso Range exposes a youthful and actively deforming volcano-stratigraphic section that has been studied in great detail.
As a result, multiple and independent sources of data are available to constrain the deformation, including seismic focal mechanisms, fault-slickenlines, GPS velocities (McClusky et al., ), and paleomagnetic data on fault block rotations (Pluhar, ; Pluhar et al.
Broad-scale Proterozoic deformation of the central Superior Province revealed by paleomagnetism of the Ga Matachewan dyke swarm Paleomagnetic Rotations and Continental Deformation. New Zealand straddles the boundary between the Australian and Pacific plates, a zone of oblique continental convergence and transform motion.
The actively deforming region offers a unique opportunity to study the dynamics of deformation, including vertical-axis rotation of rigid blocks within a transcurrent plate boundary zone. We present and interpret paleomagnetic data from three new and Cited by: 6.
Although first-order agreement of paleomagnetic directions between south China and Siberia shows that terranes between them were sutured by Cretaceous times, deformation by ongoing tectonism has continued and been especially focused near the continental margin of eastern Asia.
To help evaluate differential rotations and relate them to regional strike-slip and extensional tectonic Cited by: Paleomagnetism and Continental Drift Abraham Ortelius ( – ) suggested that South America and Africa had, at some time, split and separated.
Others had similar thoughts until in Alfred Wegener formalised the ideas in his initial presentation and his book The Origins of Continents and Oceans (). Few liked the idea. The opening of the Japan Sea backarc basin accompanied dextral, transtensional deformations in the NE Japan arc.
To understand the intra-arc deformation we have studied paleomagnetism in the Uetsu area, NE Japan. Among the samples collected at 70 sites for paleomagnetic measurement reliable directions were obtained at 38 ones.
About half of the sites Cited by: Continental Drift brings together within one volume a discussion of the geophysical evidence relating to horizontal movements in the earth's crust in its widest sense.
This is not the time for a reappraisal of the work of German meteorologist Alfred Wegener, but it is hoped that this volume will stimulate a serious interest in a subject formerly considered by many earth scientists as already.deformation in this area was accommodated by rotations about vertical axes.
Our paleomagnetic data demonstrate that clock- wise rotation of structural blocks, in addition to extensional and strike-slip faulting, accounts for significant late Miocene to Recent deformation in this area. Rigid body rotation .