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Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville Project
|Other titles||Abitibi-Grenville Project, Abitibi-Grenville transect, 1994 A-G Lithoprobe Workshop|
|Series||Report -- no. 41, Lithoprobe report -- no. 41.|
|Contributions||Ludden, John N., Abitibi-Grenville Project. (1994 : Montréal, Québec)|
|LC Classifications||QE193 .L58 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
Open Government Portal. Lithoprobe transect 8 - Abitibi-Grenville. An archive of 2D regional seismic and long period magnetotelluric data collected during 20 years of work under the LITHOPROBE project. Data are primarily onshore and cover widespread regions of Canada. Available data types include raw digital data, processed sections. A children’s book, based on LITHOPROBE results, that is intended for mid-grade students (ages ) was authored by John Wilson (Fig. 7). Noting the value of such a book for educational purposes, LITHOPROBE contracted the preparation of Teachers’ Companion Material, to encourage use of the children’s book in the educational system.
Andrew Hynes's research while affiliated with McGill University This is the third and final compendium of papers on the Abitibi-Grenville Lithoprobe transect. Book. Jan ; Thomas Skulski. The Sudbury Structure in Ontario, Canada, has been extensively investigated since its discovery more than a hundred years ago. The genesis of the structure has been an object of controversy since its discovery. In this thesis, the Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville Transect high-resolution seismic wide-angle reflection and refraction data from the Sudbury subtransect (profiles AB and XY) are.
; Madore et al. a, b, ); Abitibi -Grenville Project, Lithoprobe workshops (Sharma and Uvesque ; Sharma et al. b); the Grenville Workshop, Friends. Ghost Mountains and Vanished Oceans: North America from Birth to Middle Age Hardcover – Ap The author, John Wilson, is a Canadian geologist, and this book is mostly about the Lithoprobe project, which put together a map of how the Canadian part of North America was assembled from proto-continents and tectonic accretions. /5(24).
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We summarize the results of Lithoprobe studies in the Neoarchean southeastern Superior Province and the Mesoproterozoic Grenville Province, in the southeastern Precambrian Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville Project book of Canada, through two composite cross-sections based on seismic reflection data, which define dramatically different styles of crust formation and tectonic accretion in the Neoarchean and Cited by: 8.
June The Abitibi-Grenville LITHOPROBE Project. Transect (U. de Montréal) Report and updated proposal. OctoberLITHOPROBE East Report of Transect Meeting. (Memorial U., NF) LITHOPROBE Seismic Processing Facility: Annual Report (U.
of Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville Project book LITHOPROBE is Canada's major national research project in the earth sciences. It combines multidisciplinary earth science studies of the Canadian landmass and surrounding offshore margins to determine how the northern North American continent has formed over geological time from million years ago to the present.
This is the third and final compendium of papers on the Abitibi-Grenville Lithoprobe transect. Much of the focus is on the Grenville Province, complementing the previous compendia which focussed on the Abitibi by: Perspectives on the deep structure of a late-Archaean Greenstone belt: Results from the Abitibi -Grenville LITHOPROBE project.
Special volume, Evolving Earth Symposium, Kyoto, Japan, Lithos, Prior to the LITHOPROBE study, one component of the Abitibi-Grenville Transect, the overall deep structure of the feature was unknown.
Through transect studies, a new three-dimensional structural model has been defined, resolving the causes of the elliptical shape of the structure and a large positive gravity anomaly, both of which were.
A study of the Abitibi-Greenville lithoshpere by teleseismic analyses (Abitibi) Deployment region: Start year: End year: Short description: This cooperative project deployed 28 inst. along the Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville geologic transect to complement seismic reflection profiles and magnetotelluric MT data.
This cooperative project deployed 28 inst. along the Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville geologic transect to complement seismic reflection profiles and magnetotelluric MT data. We are testing the hypothesis that both mantle seismic anisotropy and mantle structure in the region are related to Proterozoic and Archean orogenic episodes.
Transects: View surficial geology map. Scientists working within the LITHOPROBE project carry out research at many locations across Canada. The philosophy behind LITHOPROBE is to focus research on regions chosen for geologic, historical, economic, and societal reasons.
By concentrating multidisciplinary studies on specific regions, a far more complete understanding of the earth is obtained. about >: What is LITHOPROBE: LITHOPROBE is a special national research project designed to probe the earth's crust and understand the geological evolution of Canada.
Its scientists are mapping over time and space (think 4-D) how various bits and pieces of ancient continents formed, collided and reorganized during the last 4 billion years to create the land we live on today, Canada.
The Abitibi–Grenville Lithoprobe project completed a regional (line 21) and a high-resolution (line ) seismic survey in the Noranda Central Volcanic Complex of the Blake River Group, Abitibi, by: Discovering New Technology.
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Lithoprobe transect 8 - Abitibi-Grenville An archive of 2D regional seismic and long period magnetotelluric data collected during 20 years of work under the LITHOPROBE project.
Data are primarily onshore and cover widespread regions of Canada. The Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville transect: two billion years of crust formation and recycling in the Precambrian Shield of Canada John Ludden, Andrew Hynes» AbstractCited by: LITHOPROBE is Canada’s national, collaborative, multidiscipli- nary, earth science research project established to develop a compre- hensive understanding of the evolution of the northern half.
structure below the Abitibi–Grenville Lithoprobe transect were originally motivated by the discovery in the area of deep-seated upper mantle electrical anisotropy from MT measurements (see previous section).
The teleseismic project was designed as a two-phase experiment, performed in and The Abitibi experiment. Teleseismic studies of the lithosphere below the Abitibi-Grenville Lithoprobe transect Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 37() April with 33 Reads.
Last gasp of the Grenville Orogeny: Thermochronology of the Grenville Front Tectonic Zone near Killarney, Ontario. Journal of Geology, R Ludden, J.N., C.
Hubert, A. Barnes and B. Milkereit Perspectives on the deep structure of a late-Archean Greenstone belt: Results from the Abitibi-Grenville LITHOPROBE project. Abitibi-Grenville magnetotelluric site LITM03s An archive of 2D regional seismic and long period magnetotelluric data collected during 20 years of work under the LITHOPROBE project.
Data are primarily onshore and cover widespread regions of Canada. Electromagnetic surveys on the Abitibi-Grenville Lithoprobe transect have elucidated a number of conductivity signatures that can be genetically linked to Precambrian tectonic processes.
Some major Cited by:. Abitibi-Grenville magnetotelluric site gre An archive of 2D regional seismic and long period magnetotelluric data collected during 20 years of work under the LITHOPROBE project.
Data are primarily onshore and cover widespread regions of Canada.Integrated geologic and geophysical studies of North American continental intraplate seismicity Author(s) the LITHOPROBE Abitibi-Grenville transect (Ludden and Hynes, ).
This transect is ideally located due to its coincidence with active seismicity. The transect is .The Lithoprobe project coordinated study on ten targeted areas, or transects (Figure 1).
These carefully selected corridors are not only representative of Canadian geology, but they provide examples of globally significant tectonic processes.
The resulting dataset represents new information from remnants of nearly every kind of tectonic regime.