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Atlas of early and middle Paleozoic paleogeography of the southern Great Lakes area

John Brown Droste

Atlas of early and middle Paleozoic paleogeography of the southern Great Lakes area

by John Brown Droste

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Published by State of Indiana, Dept. of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, For sale by Publications Section, Geological Survey in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Lakes Region (North America)
    • Subjects:
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Paleozoic -- Atlases.,
    • Paleogeography -- Great Lakes Region (North America) -- Atlases.,
    • Geology -- Great Lakes Region (North America) -- Atlases.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 30-32.

      Statementby John B. Droste and Robert H. Shaver.
      SeriesGeological Survey special report ;, 32
      ContributionsShaver, Robert Harold, 1922-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE109 .A36 no. 32, QE654 .A36 no. 32
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p. :
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3002300M
      LC Control Number84621330

      Early Paleozoic passive margin of Western North America — the edge of the continent ran north-south through central Nevada; ocean crust lay to the west Devonian incursion of fast-moving arc systems, possibly from both the SW and NW; these arcs transported exotic terranes originally sourced from Gondwana, Baltica, and the Caledonian region of. Learn paleogeography with free interactive flashcards. Choose from 77 different sets of paleogeography flashcards on Quizlet.

      Latest Proterozoic and Cambrian rocks of the western United States --an overview / John H. Stewart --Early middle Ordovician (Whiterock) paleogeography of basin ranges / Reuben J. Ross, Jr. [and others] --Silurian paleogeography of the western United States / Peter M. Sheehan and Arthur J. Boucot --Devonian lithofacies of western United States. During the early phase of the Ouachitan tectonic cycle in the Cambrian Period of the early Paleozoic, rifting of the southern margin of the ancient North American continent led to the development of a marine basin to the southeast, along with several failed rift basins, which are elongated troughs extending inland from the continental margin.

        5. Early Paleozoic paleogeography. Early Paleozoic paleogeography in Egypt has been highly influenced by pre-existing structures related to the pan-African event (Klitzsch, , Abdallah, , Issawi, ), particularly the distribution of areas of erosion and deposition during different periods of the Early Paleozoic in Egypt. Detailed. A broad area of Precambrian rock that covers most of Canada, from the Great Lakes to the Arctic Ocean and from Labrador to Northwest Territories. It forms the center of the original North American craton (Laurentia) around which the rest of the continent was added.


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The Kokomo Limestone Member characteristically consists of banded tan and gray micritic to very fine grained, thinly laminated and dolomitic limestone (Droste and Shaver, ). Besides the thin lamination, which may be considered as made up of couples, each consisting of a dark lamina and a light lamina, a more gross alternation of light and dark beds characterizes the Kokomo in some places.

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