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Geology of an alpine-type peridotite in the Mount Sorenson area, east-central Alaska
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|Statement||by Terry E.C. Keith ... [et al.].|
|Series||Shorter contributions to general geology, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 1170-A|
|Contributions||Keith, Terry E. C.|
|LC Classifications||QE462.P45 G46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 9 p. :|
|LC Control Number||81607942|
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Keith, Terry E. C., Helen L. Foster, Robert L. Foster, E. Post and W. Lehmbeck. Home; 06 Geology Soils and Vegetation; 06 Geology Soils and Vegetation. Ma | Author: Rivdhal Saputra | Category: Magma, Mantle (Geology), Basalt, Rock. In interior and northern Alaska, the Omineca-Selwyn belt consists of large plutons of mid-Cretaceous granite and lesser syenite and granodiorite that occur in an elongate trend that extends from east-central to west-central Alaska, the Seward Peninsula, and St.
Lawrence Island. Introduction. The Himalayan–Tibetan orogen is the youngest and the most spectacular of all the continent–continent collisional belts on the Earth (e.g., Yin and Harrison, ).This extraordinarily large and complex amalgamated belt is considered to have been built through the closure of the Tethys Ocean between two great landmasses: Laurasia in the north and Gondwana to the south since Cited by: Phanerozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Circum-North Pacific By Warren J.
Nokleberg,1 Leonid M. Parfenov,2 James W.H. Monger,3 Ian O. Norton,4 Alexander I. Khanchuk,5 David B. Stone,6 Christopher R. Scotese,7 David W. Scholl,1 and Kazuya Fujita8. Full text of "Monthly catalog of United States government publications" See other formats. Crustal Cross Sections from the Western North American Cordillera and Elsewhere: Implications for Tectonic and Petrologic Processes Edited by Robert B.
Miller Department of Geology San José State University San José, California USA Arthur W. Snoke Department of Geology and Geophysics Department East University Avenue.
This terrane has long been accepted as the last crustal block to be accreted with Eurasia prior to its collision with the northward drifting Indian continent in the Cenozoic. Thus, the Lhasa terrane is the key for revealing the origin and evolutionary history of the Himalayan–Tibetan orogen.