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Proterozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Grenville Orogen in North America

Product Code: UMR197
Series: GSA Memoirs
Author/Editor: Richard P. Tollo, Louise Corriveau, James McLelland
Publication Date: 12 May 2004
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GSA Memoir 197.

The geological evolution of the Grenville orogenic belt represents one of the most widespread episodes of crustal modification in Earth’s history. The 39 papers in this volume offer a system-wide perspective on rocks and processes of the Mesoproterozoic Grenville orogen and Appalachian inliers and include many multidisciplinary studies presenting results from integrated petrologic, geochemical, and geochronologic investigations. The volume includes contributions concerning the Grenvillian geology of Canada, the United States, and Mexico, focusing on both the tectonic evolution of the orogen and on innovative approaches to deciphering the igneous, metamorphic, structural, and metallogenic history of Mesoproterozoic assembly and Neoproterozoic rifting. The timing and regional correlation of events and processes is emphasized in order to bridge knowledge gaps within the orogen and to better understand the geodynamic framework.

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Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 0-8137-1197-5
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-0-8137-1197-3
Publisher: GSA
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 830
Weight: 2.60 kg

Contents

Acknowledgments • Preface • Proterozoic tectonic evolution of the Grenville orogen in North America: An introduction, Richard P. Tollo, Louise Coniveau, James McLelland, and Mervin J. Bartholomew • Canadian Grenville Province1. Cordierite-orthopyroxene white gneiss: A key to unveiling premetamorphic hydrothermal activity in the Bondy gneiss complex, Grenville Province, Qu?bec, Olivier Blein, Louise Corriveau, and Marc R.-LaFl?che • 2. Granulite-facies P-T-t paths and the influence of retrograde cation diffusion during polyphase orogenesis, western Grenville Province, Qu?bec, Katherine J.E. Boggs and Louise Corriveau • 3. Mesoproterozoic basement of the Lac St. Jean Anorthosite Suite and younger Grenvillian intrusions in the Saguenay region, Qu?bec: Structural relationships and U-Pb geochronology, Claude Hdben and Otto van Breemen • 4. Low-variance sapphirine-bearing assemblages from Wilson Lake, Grenville Province of Labrador Fawna, J. Korhonen and James H. Stout • 5. High-pressure granulites in the Grenvillian Grand Lake thrust system, Labrador: Pressure-temperature conditions and tectonic evolution, Jason B. Krauss and Toby Rivers • 6. Neoproterozoic juvenile crust development in the peri-Rodinian ocean: Implications for Grenvillian orogenesis, J.Brendan Murphy, Jaroslav Dostal, R. Damian Nance, and J. Duncan Keppie • 7. A Ni-Cu-Co-PGE massive sulfide prospect in a gabbronorite dike at Lac Volant, eastern Grenville Province, Qu?bec, Hassan Nabil, Thomas Clark, and Sarah-Jane Bames • 8. Oxygen-isotope constraints on terrane boundaries and origin of 1.18~V1.13 Ga granitoids in the southern Grenville Province, William H. Peck, John W. Valley, Louise Corriveau, Anthony Davidson, James McLelland, and David A. Farber • 9. L-S shape fabrics in the Mazinaw domain and the issue of northwest-directed thrusting in the Composite Arc Belt, southeastern Ontario, Walfried M. Schwerdtner, Matthew W. Downey, and Sharyn A. Alexander • 10. Early Mesoproterozoic tectonic history of the southwestern Grenville Province, Ontario: Constraints from geochemistry and geochronology of high-grade gneisses, Trond Slagstad, Nicholas G. Culshaw, Rebecca A. Jan-deson, and John W.F. Ketchum • 11. SHRIMP U-Pb zircon geochronology of the Bondy gneiss complex: Evidence for circa 1.39 Ga arc magmatism and polyphase Grenvillian metamorphism in the Central Metasedimentary Belt, Grenville Province, Qu?bec, Natasha Wodicka, Louise Corriveau, and Richard A. Steam • Adirondack Massif 12. Unraveling growth history of zircon in anatectites from the northeast Adirondack Highlands, New York: Constraints on pressure-temperature-time paths, J.Alcock, Clark Isachsen, Kenneth Livi, and Peter Muller • 13. Deformation of the Diana syenite and Carthage-Colton mylonite zone: Implications for timing of Adirondack Lowlands deformation, Graham B. Baird and William D. MacDonald • 14. Slow cooling and apparent tilting of the Adirondack Lowlands, Grenville Province, New York, based on 40Ar/39Ar ages, Peter S. Dahl, Mark E. Pomfrey, and Kenneth A. Foland • 15. Petrogenesis of prismatine-bearing metapelitic gneisses along the Moose River, west-central Adirondacks, New York, Robert S. Darling, Frank P Florence, Gregory W. Lester, and Philip R. Whitney • 16. SHRIMP U-Pb zircon geochronology of the anorthosite-mangerite-charnockite-granite suite, Adirondack Mountains, New York: Ages of emplacement and metamorphism, Michael A. Hamilton, James McLelland, and Bruce Selleck • 17. Right lateral oblique slip movements followed by post-Ottawan (1050~V1020 Ma) orogenic collapse along the Carthage-Colton shear zone: Data from the Dana Hill metagabbro body, Adirondack Mountains, New York, Eric L. Johnson, Eric T. Goergen, and Benjamin L. Fruchey • 18. Magmatic-hydrothermal leaching and origin of late to post-tectonic quartz-rich rocks, Adirondack Highlands, New York, Bruce Selleck, James McLelland, and Michael A. Haniilton • 19. Exhumation of a collisional orogen: A perspective from the North American Grenville Province, Margaret M. Streepey, Carolina Lithgow-Bertelloni, Ben A. van der Pluijm, Eric J. Essene, and Jerry F. Magloughlin • Appalachian Inliers 20. Deciphering multiple Mesoproterozoic and Paleozoic events recorded in zircon and titanite from the Baltimore Gneiss, Maryland: SEM imaging, SHRIMP U-Pb geochronology, and EMP analysis, John N. Aleinikoff, J. Wright Horton Jr., Avery A. Drake Jr., Robert R Wintsch, C. Mark Fanning, and Keewook Yi • 21. Geochemical stratigraphy and petrogenesis of the Catoctin volcanic province, central Appalachians, Robert L. Badger and A. Krishna Sinha • 22. Detrital zircon ages and Nd isotopic data from the southern Appalachian crystalline core, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee: New provenance constraints for part of the Laurentian margin, Brendan R. Bream, Robert D. Hatcher Jr., Calvin F. Miller, and Paul D. Fullagar • 23. Tectonic evolution of the northern Blue Ridge massif, Virginia and Maryland, William C. Burton and Scott Southworth • 24. Mesoproterozoic and Paleoproterozoic crustal growth in the eastern Grenville Province: Nd isotope evidence from the Long Range inlier of the Appalachian orogen, Alan P. Dickin • 25. Geochemistry of the Late Mesoproterozoic Mount Eve granite suite: Implications for Late to post-Ottawan tectonics in the New Jersey~VHudson Highlands, Matthew L. Gorring, Todd C. Estelle, and Richard A. Volkert • 26. Paleozoic structure of internal basement massifs, southern Appalachian Blue Ridge, incorporating new geochronologic, Nd and Sr isotopic, and geochemical data, Robert D. Hatcher Jr., Brendan R. Bream, Calvin F Miller, James 0. Eckert Jr., Paul D. Fullagar, and Charles W. Carrigan • 27. Geology and geochemistry of granitic and charnockitic rocks in the central Lovingston massif of the Grenvillian Blue Ridge terrane, Scott S. Hughes, Sharon E. Lewis, Mervin J. Bartholomew, A. Krishna Sinha, and Norman Herz • 28. Compositional zoning of a Neoproterozoic ash-flow sheet of the Mount Rogers Formation, southwestern Virginia Blue Ridge, and the aborted rifting of Laurentia, Steven W. Novak and Douglas W. Rankin • 29. Nd isotopic constraints on the magmatic history of the Goochland terrane, easternmost Grenvillian crust in the southern Appalachians, Brent E. Owens and Scott D. Samson • 30. U-Pb geochronology and geochemistry of a portion of the Mars Hill terrane, North Carolina~VTennessee: Constraints on origin, history, and tectonic assembly, Steven E. Ownby, Calvin F. Miller, Peter J. Berquist, Charles W. Carrigan, Joseph L. Wooden, and Paul D. Fullagar • 31. Pre-Appalachian tectonic evolution of the Pine Mountain window in the southernmost Appalachians, Alabama and Georgia, Mark G. Steltenpohl, Ann Heatherington, Paul Mueller, and Joseph L. Wooden • 32. Petrologic and geochronologic evolution of the Grenville orogen, northern Blue Ridge Province, Virginia, Richard P. Tollo, John N. Aleinikoff, Elizabeth A. Borduas, Paul C. Hackley, and C. Mark Fanning • 33. Deciphering the Grenville of the southern Appalachians through evaluation of the post-Grenville tectonic history in northwestern North Carolina, Charles H. Trupe, Kevin G. Stewart, Mark G. Adams, and John P. Foudy • 34. Mesoproterozoic rocks of the New Jersey Highlands, north-central Appalachians: Petrogenesis and tectonic history, Richard A. Volken • 35. U-Pb geochronology and evolution of Mesoproterozoic basement rocks, western Connecticut, Gregory J. Walsh, John N. Aleinikoff, and C. Mark Fanning • Texas and Mexico 36. U-Pb geochronology and Pb isotopic compositions of leached feldspars: Constraints on the origin and evolution of Grenville rocks from eastern and southern Mexico, Kenneth L. Cameron, Robert Lopez, Fernando Ortega-Guti6rrez, Luigi A. Solari, J. Duncan Keppie, and Carlos Schulze • 37. U-Pb and 40Ar/39Ar constraints on the cooling history of the northern Oaxacan Complex, southern Mexico: Tectonic implications, J. Duncan Keppie, Luigi A. Solari, Fernando Ortega-Guti?rrez, Amabel Ortega-Rivera, James K.W. Lee, Robert Lopez, and Willis E. Hames • 38. Tectonic evolution of the eastern Llano uplift, central Texas: A record of Grenville orogenesis along the southern Laurentian margin, Sharon Mosher, April M. Hoh, Jostin A. Zumbro, and Joseph F. Reese • Index 

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