|Series||Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 73-09|
|Contributions||Aitken, J.D., Macqueen, R.W., Usher, J.L.|
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. Reconnaissance studies of Proterozoic and Cambrian stratigraphy, lower Mackenzie River area (operation n The Bankslanders; economy and ecology of a . Reconnaissance Studies of Proterozoic and Cam- brian Stratigraphy, Lower Mackenzie River Area (Operation Norman), District of Mackenzie. 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, June , Pages Stromatolite bibliography 2. Author links open overlay panel S.M. Awramik 1 A. Haupt 2 H.J. Hofmann 3 M.R. Walter 2Cited by: 4. Archive of All Online GSA Special Papers: –Present. Volume (, in press): Untangling the Quaternary Period: A Legacy of Stephen C. Porter; Volume (, in press): Structural and Thermal Evolution of the Himalayan Thrust Belt in Midwestern Nepal; Volume (, in press): Southern and Central Mexico: Basement Framework, Tectonic Evolution, and Provenance of Mesozoic. Aitken, J. D., et al. - Reconnaissance Studies of Proterozoic and Cambrian Stratigraphy, Lower Mackenzie River Area (Operation Norman) District of Mackenzie (Geological Survey of Canada, Paper ) - Published: Principles of Stratigraphy Michael E. Brookfield Principles of Stratigraphy reaffirms the vital importance of stratigraphy to the earth sciences, and introduces the undergraduate to its key elements in a lively and interesting Part I the author outlines key concepts including the foundations of sedimentology and sedimentary environments.
volume is really an outgrowth of their research into the Colorado River area, which has brought many of the other workers into this terrane. For their years of teaching, guidance, and friendship, we would like to extend a very heart-feltthanks to Greg Davis, Lawford Anderson, and Daniel Size: 7MB. 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.