1 edition of Geology of the Cordilleran Orogen in Canada. edited by H. Gabriele and C.J. Yorath found in the catalog.
Geology of the Cordilleran Orogen in Canada. edited by H. Gabriele and C.J. Yorath
|Contributions||Gabrielse, H., Yorath, C.J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||844|
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Geology of the Cordilleran Orogen in Canada H. Gabrielse and C.J. Yorath The Cordilleran Orogen: Conterminous U.S. B.C. Burchfiel, P.W.
Lipman, and M.L. Zoback The Caribbean Region Gabriel Dengo and J.E. Case Geology of the Continental Margin of Eastern Canada M.J. Keen and G.L. Williams The Atlantic Continental Margin—U.S. Cover: SRTM (Satellite Radar Topographic Mission) image showing the central and southern part of the Central Andean Puna-Altiplano Plateau.
From left to right are the Pacific Ocean, the forearc valleys and ranges, the high plateau (white and gray tones) with high volcanic peaks and giant ignimbrite calderas (largely red and purple tones), and the foreland thrust belts (green and brown tones).5/5(1).
), crustal shortening across the Cordilleran orogen gave rise Stitching plutons that represent early phases of batholith devel- to a retroarc thrust belt along the flank of a retroforeland basin opment tied disparate terranes together in Canada and the United (DeCelles, ), which was downflexed by the load of thrust States by Middle to.