2 edition of Hurry Inlet granite and related rocks of Liverpool Land, East Greenland found in the catalog.
Hurry Inlet granite and related rocks of Liverpool Land, East Greenland
Bibliography: p. 33-34.
|Statement||by Kenneth Coe.|
|Series||Bulletin - Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse ; no. 115, Bulletin (Grønlands geologiske undersøgelse) ;, no. 115.|
|LC Classifications||QE462.G7 C64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||77551861|
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U–Pb geochronology in Liverpool Land and Canning Land, East Greenland — the complex record of a polyphase Caledonian orogeny. Fernando Corfu, a Ebbe H.
Hartz b. a Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo, Postbox Blindern, N Oslo, by: Hurry Fjord is a 46 km long, parallel-sided fjord with an unusual orien-tation, flanked on the west by the almost horizontal Mesozoic rocks of Jameson Land and on the east mainly by the Liverpool Land gneisses.
In the north-eastern part the "Hurry Inlet granite", reasonably presumed by Kranck () to be a high level Caledonian intrusion. Liverpool Land is an isolated area composed of pre-Carboniferous rocks in the southern part of the East Greenland Caledonides, and it is separated from the main outcrop area of Caledonian rocks to the west by a cover of Permian and Mesozoic sediments (Jameson Land Basin; Figs.
1 and 2). The link to the tectonostratigraphy established farther Cited by: the Hurry Inlet granite and associated paragneiss screens in its immediate hangingwall.
Zircons from Across the Atlantic, the Greenland Caledonides consist of rocks of Laurentian afﬁnity that were situated in the overriding plate of the Uâ•fiPb Zircon Geochronology and Tectonostratigraphy of Southern Liverpool Land, Hurry Inlet granite and related rocks of Liverpool Land Greenland.
southern Liverpool Land, central East Greenland, part of a supposed Caledonian and. Precambrian complex. Rapp. Coe, K., The Hurry Inlet granite and related rocks of Liverpool Land, East.
A correlation between the Beiarn Nappe Complex and the Hurry Inlet plutonic terrane in Liverpool Land, NE Greenland is supported by a similar range of ɛHf(t)-values for the two magmatic complexes.
The study area for this thesis is the southern and central part of Liverpool Land situated at about 71˚ N (Figure 1) in North-East Greenland. Liverpool Land comprises the south-eastern part of the East Greenland Caledonides.
Liverpool Land is an elevated peneplaned area, dipping shallowly to the west, cut by deep, glacially eroded valleys. Compression and crustal shortening in Andean-type orogenesis.
Nature, Carmichael, D., Metamorphic bathozones and bathograds: a measure of the depth of post- metamorphic uplift and erosion on the regional scale. Sei., Coe, K., The Hurry Inlet granite and related rocks of Liverpool Land. East Greenland. F. Corfu, E.H. HartzU–Pb geochronology in Liverpool Land and Canning Land, East Greenland — the complex record of a polyphase Caledonian orogeny Can.
Earth Sci., 48 (), pp. /E Fission track ages have been measured for 12 sphenes, 18 zircons and 25 apatites separated largely from Lower Tertiary magmatic rocks of East Greenland, with a few examples from Caledonian rocks. The sphene and zircon ages of Caledonian rocks agree with other radiometric ages but apatite is strongly discordant indicating that these rocks cooled very slowly over a m.y.
period. EXHUMATION HISTORY OF CALEDONIAN ECLOGITES IN LIVERPOOL LAND, EAST GREENLAND, AND COMPARISONS WITH ECLOGITES IN NORWAY reported for rocks in Liverpool Land thereby limiting our ability to understand its Field photograph of garnet-biotite schist/gneiss inclusions in Hurry Inlet Granite (from Augland, ).
Photomicrograph (XPL) of. Grundvigskirken – a needle-like mountain peak of hard, Caledonian cristalline rocks (granite, gneiss) in the Øfjord, shaped by ice-age glaciers B) The Scoresbysund-area in East Greenland The Scoresbysund area has a long and varied Earth history, which spans almost 3 billion years.
The Liverpool Land Metamorphic Terrane. Liverpool Land is the southernmost exposed crystalline terrane East Greenland book the Greenland Caledonides, covered to the south by the fjord Scorsbysund and by Mesozoic sedimentary sequences. Cheeney () divided the crystalline rocks into a northern, largely igneous complex, the Hurry Inlet Plutonic Terrane and a.
Svalbard, the Greenland segment of the Caledonides, and the Pearya terrane of northern Ellesmere Island share many common lithologic and tectonic elements but the correlations are of the best apparent ties are between Neoproterozoic diamictite-bearing successions, including: (1) the Eleonor Bay and Tillite Groups in East Greenland and the Polarisbreen Group in northeastern Svalbard.
It is the most northerly settlement on the east coast of Greenland. The inhabitants make their living mostly by subsistence hunting of seals narwhales, muskoxen and polar bears. The quaint little houses dot the rocky slopes of south Liverpool Land with magnificent views of Kap Brewster and the Volquart Boons Coast to the south.
the Hurry Inlet granite and associated paragneiss screens in its immediate hangingwall. Zircons from pool Land, East Greenland, we explore rst order questions including stage exhumation of deeply-buried rocks via two distinct structures related to tectonic underplating and crustal exhumation, respectively.
Regional geology: the. Today you make a tundra landing on Liverpool Land, in Hurry Inlet. The afternoon stop is Ittoqqortoormiit, the largest settlement in Scoresbysund at about five hundred inhabitants. At the post office you can buy stamps for your postcards, or just stroll around to see the sled dogs and drying skins of seals and musk oxen.
It is the northern most settlement on the east coast of Greenland. The inhabitants make their living mostly by subsistence hunting of seals, narwhales, muskoxen and polar bears. The quaint little houses dot the rocky slopes of south Liverpool Land with magnificent views of Kap Brewster and the Volquart Boons Coast to the south.
It is the most northerly settlement on the east coast of Greenland. The inhabitants make their living mostly by subsistence hunting of seals, Narwhals, Muskoxen and Polar Bear.
The quaint little houses dot the rocky slopes of south Liverpool Land with magnificent views of Kap Brewster and the Volquart Boon Coast to the south.
Day 2 (Thursday). It is the most northerly settlement on the east coast of Greenland. The inhabitants make their living mostly by subsistence hunting of seals, Narwhale, Muskoxen and Polar Bear. The quaint little houses dot the rocky slopes of south Liverpool Land with magnificent views of Kap Brewster and the Volquart Boons Coast to the south.
The studied outcrop occurs in cliff sections along the western side of Hurry Inlet in Jameson Land, East Greenland (Fig. The deposits are of Sinemurian to Pliensbachian age (Fig. 2) and were deposited in the Jameson Land Basin which covered present day Jameson Land (Fig.
1; Surlyk, ). Queens Colllege professor Hannes Brueckner and undergraduate Richard Bubbico, spent two weeks exploring the formation of Liverpool Land, part of the North At. Liverpool Land is located in an interior position within the East Greenland Caledonides.
Due to the remoteness of the field locality, very little work has been published on the rocks and structures of Liverpool Land. The main focus of this thesis work, therefore, has been to aid in establishing a metamorphic and deformational. geochemistry of Upper Palaeozoic lacustrine shales in the East Greenland basin.
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American Association. As we cross the Arctic Circle and approach the east Greenland coast, near Brewster, the first icebergs of your voyage will gradually come into sight and the excitement will build as we near these vast and intriguing lands.
This morning we will have time to explore Liverpool Land, in Hurry Inlet, where we can enjoy a gentle walk along the. Rembrandt van Rijn 3-masted schooner in Hurry Inlet, Liverpool Land in background, East Greenland. This was our home for several days as we toured Scoresby Sund, the largest fjord system in the world.
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