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Geophysical indications of Permian and Tertiary igneous activity in the Skagerrak

Knut Г…m

Geophysical indications of Permian and Tertiary igneous activity in the Skagerrak

by Knut Г…m

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Published by Universitetsforlaget in Trondheim .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Norway.,
  • Geology -- Skagerrak.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesInterpretation of gravity data from the Horg Syncline of the Trondheim Region Caledonides
    StatementKnut Åm ; Interpretation of gravity data from the Horg Syncline of the Trondheim Region Caledonides, Knut Åm, Christoffer Oftedahl & Atle Sindre.
    SeriesStudies on the latest Precambrian and Eocambrian rocks in Norway -- no. 12, Norges geologiske undersøkelse -- nr. 287, Bulletin / Norges geologiske undersøkelse -- 13, Norges geologiske undersøkelse (Series) -- nr. 287., Bulletin (Norges geologiske undersøkelse : 1972) -- 13.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22373727M
    ISBN 108200312131

    Intrusive Igneous Activity • Types of intrusive igneous features • Dike—a tabular, discordant pluton – e.g., Ka’ihalulu (Red Sand) Beach, Hana, Maui • Sill—a tabular, concordant pluton – e.g., Palisades Sill in New York • Laccolith – Similar to a sill – Lens or mushroom-shaped mass – Arches overlying strata upward The. The Paleogene Period (or the early part of the Tertiary Period) represents the time period after the major extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs and about half of the known species worldwide. Lutgens & Tarbuck further subdivide this time period into the Paleocene Epoch (Myr), the Eocene Epoch (Myr), and the Oligocene Epoch (

    Purchase Igneous Petrology, Volume 7 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Journal of Geophysical Research () Partnered Journals. Chinese Journal of Geophysics () Earth Interactions Posteruptive enhancement of hydrothermal activity lasted 2‐5 years posteruption, totaling ~10 years over the survey duration Large igneous provinces generated from mantle plumes can be used as piercing points.

    As a major text in igneous petrology, this innovative book offers a much-needed, radically different approach to the study of igneous rocks. Bridging a long-recognized gap in the literature by providing petrogenic models for magmatismin terms of global tectonic processes, it encompasses geophysics and geochemistry in a comprehensive treatment of the textbooks in igneous . A large igneous province (LIP) is an extremely large accumulation of igneous rocks, including intrusive (sills, dikes) and extrusive (lava flows, tephra deposits), arising when magma travels through the crust towards the surface. The formation of LIPs is variously attributed to mantle plumes or to processes associated with divergent plate tectonics. The formation of some of the .


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Geophysical indications of Permian and Tertiary igneous activity in the Skagerrak by Knut Г…m Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the discussion Van Weering mentions the pos- sibility of this shallow reflector representing a Tertiary Skagerrak volcanic intrusive body. gard is acknowledged for biological identifications to Fig. References Am, K., Geophysical indications of Permian and Ter- tiary Igneous activity in the Skagerrak.

K ÅmGeophysical Cited by: 7. The results of aero-magnetic measurements in the Skagerrak and of seismic profiling outside Kristiansand are presented. Characteristic magnetic features which are observed on the Norwegian mainland along the Skagerrak coastline can be followed into the Skagerrak (Figure 12).

The seismic profiling off Kristiansand shows that the unmetamorphic sedimentary rocks found beneath the Skagerrak Cited by:   Am, K. Geophysical indications of Permian and Tertiary igneous activity in the Skagerrak. Nor, Geol. Unders. Accepted for publication February Printed July ex of Magnet Cove, Ark,'ms~ by: This study focuses on Late Carboniferous - Permian tectonics and related magmatic activity in north-western Europe, and specifically in the Skagerrak, Kattegat and North Sea areas.

Geophysical evidence for Early Permian igneous activity in a transtensional environment, Denmark. The British Tertiary igneous province: K–Ar ages of some dykes and lavas from Mull, Scotland.

On the basis of geochemical compositions, the Permian mafic igneous rocks can be divided into three distinct groups: (1) mafic igneous rocks (Group 1) from the Longjing region in the PNSZ and Hurun region in the BLSZ, which are characterized by intermediate Ti, P and Zr with low Ni and Cr contents; (2) mafic igneous rocks (Group 2) from the.

Access Book Content Geophysical Monograph Series This series publishes monographic works and compilations of papers on a single topic, spanning all scientific areas in the Earth and space sciences, and frequently focusing on multidisciplinary issues. Lower Tertiary volcanic rocks off Kristiansund -- Mid Norway.

Mar. Geol., Grab samples from the Norwegian continental shelf show that diapiric structures occurring within a sequence of Mesozoic and Tertiary sediments represent volcanic rocks consisting of porphyritic olivine-nephelinite.

GEOPHYSICAL METHODS IN EXPLORATION AND MINERAL ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS by Donald B. Hoover, Douglas P. Klein, and David C. Campbell INTRODUCTION In the following discussion, the applicability of geophysical methods to geoenvironmental studies of ore deposits is reviewed.

Large igneous provinces and silicic large igneous provinces: progress in our understanding over the last 25 years. Geological Society of America Bulletin,– Busby-Spera, C.J. and White, J.D.L. Surface geophysical surveys have been applied to mineral and petroleum exploration for many years.

A magnetic Sound igneous r, 3, Sound metamorphic r, 3, blasting activities. The same type of vibration survey can.

Geophysical and drill-core data suggest that older rocks beneath these salt diapirs are offset by northwest-striking, high-angle faults that influenced the location and development of the diapirs during the late Paleozoic and ear-ly Mesozoic.

These northwest-striking en echelon faults may be connected by a northeast-striking fault or ramp-mon. The Oslo‐Skagerrak Graben is a classical rift zone at the northern part of the Norwegian‐Danish basin, where Permian volcanic rocks have been described [Neumann et al., ]. It is widely accepted that the Oslo Graben is underlain by a large crustal intrusion of similar size to the SGH intrusion [e.g., Ebbing et al., ].

The age, high T/P metamorphic conditions, and close association between igneous activity and metamorphism suggest possible links with the Ryoke terrane of southwest Japan.

However, the presence of older protoliths and local evidence for high‐pressure metamorphism (Hiroi, Kishi, Nohara, Sato, & Goto, ) show the Abukuma terrane has a more. Tectonophysics, 94 () Eisevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands OMGIN OF THE OSLO GRABEN IN RELATION TO THE HERCYNIAN-ALLEGHENIAN OROGENY AND LITHOSPHERIC RIFTING IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC MICHAEL J.

RUSSELL and DAVID K. SMYTHE Department of Applied Geology. Tectonophysics, 94 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands ORIGIN OF THE OSLO GRABEN IN RELATION TO THE HERCYNIAN-ALLEGHENIAN OROGENY AND LITHOSPHERIC RIFTING IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC MICHAEL J.

RUSSELL and DAVID K. SMYTHE Department of Applied Geology. The official classification of igneous rocks fills an entire book. But the great majority of real-world rocks can be classified using a few simple graphical aids. The triangular (or ternary) QAP diagrams display mixtures of three components whereas the TAS graph is a conventional two-dimensional graph.

This unique text offers comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of both igneous and metamorphic petrology in a single volume—and provides the quantitative and technical background required to critically evaluate igneous and metamorphic phenomena in a.

(a1, b1, and c1) Simple sketch map showing the tectonic units and the distribution of Middle Jurassic–Early Cretaceous igneous rocks in NE China (after Tang et al., ); (a2, b2, and c2) simplified cartoon showing Middle Jurassic–Early Cretaceous tectonic evolution in NE China and the formation of the Tamulangou andesite in the Wuergen area (after Guan et al., ).

The Permian–Triassic extinction event, also known as the P–Tr extinction, the P–T extinction, the End-Permian Extinction, and colloquially as the Great Dying, formed the boundary between the Permian and Triassic geologic periods, as well as between the Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras, approximately million years ago.

It is the Earth's most severe known extinction event, with .2 Geological Setting. The Central West Carpathians constitute an early Alpidic orogenic belt situated mostly, with the exception of its northernmost domain, in Slovakia ().Its present-day northern boundary is the Pieniny Klippen Belt, but the Mesozoic boundary was situated along the Penninic–Vahic–Pieniny oceanic suture, which opened in the Middle Jurassic, closed in the .The classification of igneous rocks is largely based on two diagrams: QAPF diagram for plutonic rocks (formed in the crust) and TAS diagram for volcanic rocks.

QAPF diagrams are mostly used to classify plutonic rocks (phaneritic rocks), but are also used to classify volcanic rocks if modal mineralogical compositions have been determined.