Geology and Petrology of the Manicouagan Resurgent Caldera, Quebec. by Geological Survey of Canada.

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SeriesGeological Survey of Canada Bulletin -- 198
ContributionsCurrie, K.L.
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Get this from a library. Geology and petrology of the Manicouagan resurgent caldera, Quebec. [K L Currie]. Petrology, structure and origin of the Manicouagan Melt Sheet, Quebec, Canada: A preliminary report. Geophysical Research Letters, 3(2), 49– Gault D.E., Greeley R., Exploratory experiments of impact craters formed in viscous-fluid targets - analogues for.

Pages in category "Igneous petrology of Quebec" The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Currie KL () Geology and petrology of the Manicouagan resurgent caldera, Quebec.

Geol Surv Can Bull Diemann E, Arndt J () Diaplectic labradorite glass from the Manicouagan impact crater II: X-ray diffraction studies and structural by: GEOLOGY AND PETROLOGY OF THE MONT ROYAL PLUTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC.

In book: Field Guidebook for the 87th Annual Meeting of the New York State Geological Association, SUNY Plattsburgh, September Author: Nelson Eby. Introduction and general geology of the structure The Manicouagan Structure is situated in Quebec, Canada, at 'N, 'W (Fig. 1) in the Grenville Province of the Canadian Shield.

The diameter of the structure is about 60 km and it is of Triassic age (Wolfe, ; Currie, ; Jahn and Floran, ).Cited by: Part of the Earth Evolution Sciences book series (EES) Abstract The structural investigations led to the conclusion that the impact-induced fractures in the central crater area are discernible by their greater variety and density compared to the fracture pattern outside the impact by: Discover Lake Manicouagan in Rivière-aux-Outardes, Québec: A lake formed in the basin of a massive impact crater takes the shape of an unbroken ring when viewed from above.

We use U-Pb zircon dating to test whether the bolide impact that created the Manicouagan crater of Quebec also triggered mass extinction at the Triassic/Jurassic boundary. The age of the impact is provided by zircons from the impact melt rock on the crater floor; we show that the Geology and Petrology of the Manicouagan Resurgent Caldera yield a U-Pb age of ±1 by: GEOLOGY AND PETROLOGY OF THE MONT ROYAL PLUTON, MONTREAL.

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Manicouagan Impact Crater, Quebec, Canada. Manicouagan is one of the largest known terrestrial impact craters. It is 65 kilometers (40 miles) in diameter, but it is worth remembering that this is small compared with some of the larger lunar structures that measure more than km ( miles) across.

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GEOCHEMISTRY 27 1. Analytical Methods 27 2. Results 28 viAuthor: Peter Leriche. The island is divided into four super-terranes (Fig. 1b).The basement of Grande Terre records tectonic events that occurred at the end of the Palaeozoic and during the Mesozoic (ante-Senonian; >935 Ma), with accretionary complexes stacked onto the eastern margin of Gondwana (Aitchison et al., ; Cluzel & Meffre, ).The opening of the Tasman Sea at Cited by: Petrology and Monazite Geochronology of the Scarboro Formation, Je˜erson, Maine geosciences AT VIRGINIA TECH DEPARTMENT OF Calvin Mako ([email protected]), Mark Caddick, Rick Law, Bob Tracy Two samples from the Scarboro Formation show polyphase garnet growth broadly associated with Acadian metamorphism.

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