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Crustal structure in Western Canada

G. L. Cumming

Crustal structure in Western Canada

by G. L. Cumming

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Published by Department of Physics, University of Alberta in Edmonton .
Written in English


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Statement[by] G.L. Cumming and E.R. Kanasewich. Report for period ending June 30, 1966. Work sponsored by Advanced Research Projects Agency, Project Vela-Uniform, contract no. AF1g(628)-2835 and by Defense Research Board of Canada, grant 9511-52.
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Circum-Canada Basin crustal structure modeling: rifting styles and volcanic-nonvolcanic margin segmentation; Oakey, G N; Saltus, R W; dans, GSA Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia. Geological Society of America, Abstracts With Programs vol. 46, no. 6, p. (Accès ouvert) (N° de contribution (SST) ). The Olympic Cu-Au Province is a metallogenic province in South Australia that contains one of the world’s most significant Cu-Au-U resources in the Olympic Dam deposit. The Olympic Cu-Au Province also hosts a range of other iron oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) deposits including Prominent Hill and Carrapateena. This paper reviews the geology of the Olympic Cu-Au Province by Cited by: 3.

Crustal Structure of the Central Nova Scotia Margin off Eastern Canada Yue Wu1, Keith E. Louden2, Thomas Funck3, H. Ruth Jackson4 and Sonya A. Dehler4 1Department of Earth Sciences, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 3J5, Canada, phone: () , fax: () , email. @article{osti_, title = {Ancestral Nesson anticline and associated geothermal anomalies: Enhanced hydrocarbon generation controlled by crustal structure}, author = {Osadetz, K.G. and Snowdon, L.R.}, abstractNote = {Hydrocarbon generation in the Williston basin is influenced by crustal motions and geothermal gradient anomalies associated with the ancestral Nesson .

Crustal Structure and its Control on the Petroleum Systems and on Giants/Super-Giant Fields/Prospects in the Pre-Salt of the Santos and Campos Basins P. V. Zalan, E. J. Newman, M. Saunders A Conjugate View of the Austral South Atlantic: What Can We Learn from Putting the Basins Back Together? The Role of Fluids in Crustal Processes addresses this lack of attention with a survey of what experts know about the role of fluids in the Earth's crust--and what future research can reveal. The overview discusses factors that affect fluid movement and the coupled equations that represent energy and mass transport processes, chemical reactions.


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Crustal structure in Western Canada by G. L. Cumming Download PDF EPUB FB2

Developments in Geotectonics 8: The Structure of the Earth's Crust Based on Seismic Data covers the papers presented at an International Upper Mantle Committee (lUMC) symposium called ""Crustal Structure Based on Seismic Data"", held on JulyThe book focuses on the structure, composition, and characteristics of the earth's crust.

Crustal structure beneath the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin: Constraints from gravity and magnetic modelling Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 39(3). The crustal velocity structure and Poisson's ratio (σ) for the 2,km-long transect, which provide a constraint on crustal composition, were determined from P- and S- wave data.

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The Vulcan structure is a kilometer ( mi) long major convergent boundary between the Medicine Hat Block and the Loverna Block, Archean basement rock structures which lie between the Wyoming craton and Hearne craton on the western edge of the North American craton.

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The Western Alps have an asymmetric structure. On the European margin, i.e., in the western part of the Alpine orogen, the crust–mantle boundary dips to the east, attaining depths exceeding 50 km beneath the orogen.

Much of the crustal root is made up of lower crust, which appears to be thickened in this transect. This thickening was. Book chapter Full text access Crustal Structure of Central and Southeastern Europe by Data of Explosion Seismology. The central Nova Scotia margin off Eastern Canada is located at a transition from a volcanic margin in the south to a non volcanic margin in the north.

In order to study this transition, a wide angle refraction seismic line with dense airgun shots was acquired across the central Nova Scotia by: Aeromagnetic anomalies record upper-crustal structure down to the Curie isotherm (25–30 km) for induced magnetization of the buried rocks.

Temperatures beneath these depths exceed the blocking temperatures of magnetic minerals such that remanent magnetization is absent. Gravity data reveal upper-crustal and deeper by: 5.

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Lizarralde D, Holbrook WS, McGeary S et al () Crustal structure of a volcanic arc, wide-angle results from the western Alaska Peninsula. J Geophys Res. doi: /JB Google Scholar Malfait BT, Dinkelman MG () Circum-Caribbean tectonic and igneous activity and the evolution of the Caribbean by: Book Chapter (1) Article Type.

Facet list. Research Article Western Canada Alberta (1) Manitoba (1) crustal structure. Results shown limited to content with bounding coordinates.

Abstract. We analysed records produced by micro- and moderate-size local earthquakes in western Turkey to estimate crustal attenuation characteristics in the frequency range of ≤ f ≤ 10 the first step, we obtained non-parametric attenuation functions and they show that seismic recordings of transverse and radial S waves exhibit Cited by: 7.

The Rocky Mountains provide a key region for understanding the evolution of the western North American continent and processes that shape continents in general.

As a result, the region has prompted intense and pioneering geologic investigations for over a century, offering scientists an exceptionally rich field laboratory in which to gather. A seismic refraction‐wide angle reflection survey of limited scope was carried out in the Shebandowan‐Atikokan‐Savant Lake region of western Ontario using open pit mine blasts as the principal energy Cited by: 3.

Earthquake locations and three‐dimensional crustal structure in the Coyote Lake Area, central California Global Crustal Structure, Treatise on Geophysics, /B Khaled Khanbari and Lapo Boschi, Crustal and upper mantle structure beneath south‐western margin of the Arabian Peninsula from teleseismic tomography.

Structure and Tectonics of the Indian Continental Crust and Its Adjoining Region: Deep Seismic Studies, Second Edition, collates essential data from seismic studies of Earth’s crust across India, offering an essential understanding of the tectonic development of the Indian c studies have been carried out in various parts of India since.

The geology of North America is a subject of regional geology and covers the North American continent, third-largest in the world. Geologic units and processes are investigated on a large scale to reach a synthesized picture of the geological development of the continent.

Geomagnetic induction techniques have been used to study the structure of the crust and upper mantle in western Canada. Geomagnetic depth-sounding (GDS) has been used primarily for mapping, and magnetotellurics (MT) for quantitative interpretation.

Self-consistent models of electrical conductivity structure have been derived from the combined MT/GDS data. The. Measurement of the Thickness of the Earth's Crust in the Albertan Plains of Western Canada T.

C. RICHARDS 1 Nature volumepages – .[1] We analyze teleseismic P‐to‐S receiver functions to image crustal structure beneath the High Lava Plains (HLP) of eastern Oregon and surrounding regions. Coverage from broadband seismic stations provides the first opportunity to resolve variations in crustal composition, thickness, and heterogeneity on scales of a few km in depth and tens of km laterally across .In contrast with relatively complete geological studies (Fabre ), West Africa did not benefit from a large number of extensive geophysical studies.

Only gravity measurements have resulted in a nearly complete regional mapping and thereby are useful for investigation of the crustal structure and clarification of geological by: