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Reconnaissance studies of Proterozoic and Cambrian stratigraphy, lower Mackenzie River area (operation norman) District of Mackenzie
James D. Aitken
|Statement||[by] J. D. Aitken, R. W. Macqueen and J. L. Usher.|
|Series||Geological Survey of Canada. Paper 73-9, Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 73-9.|
|Contributions||MacQueen, R. W., joint author., Usher, J. L., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE185 .A42 no. 73-9, QE656 .A42 no. 73-9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 178 p.|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||74194908|
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Aitken, R. Macqueen and J. Usher Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources [Ottawa] Australian/Harvard Citation. It is a Lower Paleozoic rift basin with two classic rift " steer head " profiles (Dewey,White and McKenzie, ) with rift fill of late Early Cambrian to middle Late Cambrian (" Middle.
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Geol. Surv. Can. Paper 73–79, pp. 1– The North American Plate from the Arctic Archipelago to the Romanzof Mountains. Authors; Authors and affiliations Aitken, J. D., Macqueen, R. W., and Usher, J. L.,Reconnaissance studies of Proterozoic and Cambrian stratigraphy, lower Mackenzie River area, District of Structural and stratigraphic studies, Blow River area, Yukon Cited by: Volume 9, Issues 1–2, JunePages Stromatolite bibliography 2.
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Research Dr. Turner's research focus is on tectononstratigraphic analysis and economic potential of Proterozoic to lower Paleozoic sedimentary basins, including paleobiological, geochemical, paleoenvironmental, sedimentological, and diagenetic evolution in deep time spanning over 1 billion years of Earth history.
Over 30 years of experience doing remote field research in. Turner, E.C., Proterozoic Carbonate Lithofacies Control the Distribution of Sulphides at the Gayna River Zn-Pb Camp, Mackenzie Mountains, NWT.
GAC-MAC-AGU Joint Assembly, Toronto, May Turner, E.C., Spatial Constraints on Carbonate-hosted. Abstract. Several excellent regional syntheses of the Paleozoic geology of Arctic North America have been published.
For a more detailed and fuller account of any area, the reader should consult the reference list and, in particular, Brosgé and Dutro (), Churkin (), Lathram (), D.K. Norris (), Douglas et al. (), Dawes and Soper (), and Trettin et al. ().Cited by: 6. Sulfides at Coxco (McArthur River) have δ 34 S values significantly lower than coeval seawater.
δ 34 S values of ‰–‰ are lower than the 20‰–32‰ estimated for sulfate in the McAr-thur Group from analysis of trace sulfate in carbonate rocks and barite that probably replaced sedimentary sulfates (Walker et al., ; Bottomley.
Many studies have examined the geochemistry of Precambrian sedimentary rocks, assessing the fidelity of environmental and metabolic signatures through burial, deformation, and exhumation.
Here, we focus instead on the physical sedimentology and textural characteristics of Archean, Proterozoic and Author: Marjorie D. Cantine, Andrew H. Knoll, Kristin D. Bergmann. Proterozoic - Lower Cambrian (Hein and McMechan, this volume, Chapter 6) Absent from the consciousness of many workers in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin is the fact that basin sedimentation did not begin with the widespread Middle and Upper Cambrian succession of the Interior Plains, but rather with the enormously thick Proterozoic.
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The Data Repository is an archive and has limited navigation and log-in functionality. Click on the GSA logo to return to the main site. Commission on Stratigraphy. The next big trip was quite a bit further away, to Xi’an and Hanzhong, China, and included both a field excursion to several sites at the Ediacaran-Cambrian transition (attended by Stephanie Rosbach, Sarah Jacquet, Tara Selly, Evan File Size: 1MB.
Proterozoic geologic evolution of the SW part of the Amazonian Craton in Mato Grosso state, Brazil: Prec. Res. Geyer () Geyer, G.
The Fish River Subgroup in Namibia: stratigraphy, depositional environments and the Proterozoic-Cambrian boundary problem revisited: Geol. Mag. Giddings () Giddings, J.W.MOCZYDŁOWSKA M., — Upper Proterozoic and Lower Cambrian acritarchs from Poland – micropalaeontology, bio - stratigraphy and thermal study.
Lund Publ. Geology, 1– MOCZYDŁOWSKA M., — Acritarch biostratigraphy of the Lower Cambrian and the Precambrian–Cambrian boundary in southeastern Poland.than about m on the White River uplift on the eastern edge of the Uinta-Piceance region (figs.
1, 3,7). During the Cambrian, shallow-marine siliciclastic and carbonate strata progressively onlapped Precambrian base ment from west to east in the Uinta-Piceance region (fig.
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