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Ancient Orogens and Modern Analogues

Product Code: SP327
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by J B Murphy, J D Keppie and A J Hynes
Publication Date: 21 December 2009
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Plate tectonics provide a unifying conceptual framework for the understanding of Phanerozoic orogens. More controversially, recent syntheses apply these principles as far back as the Early Archaean. Many ancient orogens are, however, poorly preserved and the processes responsible for them are not well understood. The effects of processes such as delamination, subduction of oceanic and aseismic ridges, overriding of plumes and subduction erosion are rarely identified in ancient orogens, although they have a profound effect on Cenozoic orogens. However, deeply eroded ancient orogens provide insights into the hidden roots of modern orogens. Recent advances in analytical techniques, as well as in fields such as geodynamics, have provided fresh insights into ancient orogenic belts, so that realistic modern analogies can now be applied. This Special Publication offers up-to-date reviews and models for some of the most important orogenic belts developed over the past 2.5 billion years of Earth history.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 1-86239-289-7
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-1-86239-289-2
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 496
Weight: 1.35 kg

Contents

MURPHY, J. B., KEPPIE, J. D. & HYNES, A. J. Ancient orogens and modern analogues: an introduction.

Mesozoic–Cenozoic orogens


COLE, J. W. & SPINKS, K. D. Caldera volcanism and rift structure in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand

RAMOS, V. A. & FOLGUERA, A. Andean flat-slab subduction through time

MANDUJANO-VELAZQUEZ, J. J. & KEPPIE, J. D. Middle Miocene Chiapas fold and thrust belt of Mexico: a result of collision of the Tehuantepec Transform/Ridge with the Middle America Trench

DOSTAL, J., KEPPIE, J. D. & FERRI, F. Extrusion of high-pressure Cache Creek rocks into the Triassic Stikinia–Quesnellia arc of the Canadian Cordillera: implications for terrane analysis of ancient orogens and palaeogeography

STAMPFLI, G. M. & HOCHARD, C. Plate tectonics of the Alpine realm

JOHNSTON, S. T. & MAZZOLI, S. The Calabrian Orocline: buckling of a previously more linear orogen

DILEK, Y. & SANDVOL, E. Seismic structure, crustal architecture and tectonic evolution of the Anatolian–African Plate Boundary and the Cenozoic Orogenic Belts in the Eastern Mediterranean Region

Palaeozoic/Neoproterozoic orogens


PUCHKOV, V. N. The evolution of the Uralian orogen

HOFMANN, M., LINNEMANN, U., GERDES, A., ULLRICH, B.&SCHAUER, M. Timing of dextral strike-slip processes and basement exhumation in the Elbe Zone (Saxo-Thuringian Zone): the final pulse of the Variscan Orogeny in the Bohemian Massif constrained by LA-SF-ICP-MS U–Pb zircon data

PEREIRA, M. F., CHICHORRO, M., WILLIAMS, I. S., SILVA, J. B., FERNA?DEZ, C., DÍAZ-AZPÍROZ, M., APRAIZ, A. & CASTRO, A. Variscan intra-orogenic extensional tectonics in the Ossa–Morena Zone (Évora–Aracena–Lora del Río metamorphic belt, SW Iberian Massif): SHRIMP zircon U–Th–Pb geochronology

NANCE, R. D., KEPPIE, J. D., MILLER, B. V., MURPHY, J. B. & DOSTAL, J. Palaeozoic palaeogeography of Mexico: constraints from detrital zircon age data

VAN STAAL, C. R., WHALEN, J. B., VALVERDE-VAQUERO, P., ZAGOREVSKI, A. & ROGERS, N. Pre-Carboniferous, episodic accretion-related, orogenesis along the Laurentian margin of the northern Appalachians

MARTÍNEZ, S. S., ARENAS, R., FERNÁNDEZ-SUÁREZ, J. & JEFFRIES, T. E. From Rodinia to Pangaea: ophiolites from NW Iberia as witness for a long-lived continental margin

MURPHY, J. B., GUTIÉRREZ-ALONSO, G., NANCE, R. D., FERNÁNDEZ-SUÁREZ, J., KEPPIE, J. D., QUESADA, C., DOSTAL, J. & BRAID, J. A. Rheic Ocean mafic complexes: overview and Synthesis Proterozoic orogens

Proterozoic orogens


EVANS, D. A. D. The palaeomagnetically viable, long-lived and all-inclusive Rodinia supercontinent reconstruction

RIVERS, T. The Grenville Province as a large hot long-duration collisional orogen – insights from the spatial and thermal evolution of its orogenic fronts

OCCHIPINTI, S. A. & REDDY, S. M. Neoproterozoic reworking of the Palaeoproterozoic Capricorn Orogen of Western Australia and implications for the amalgamation of Rodinia

CORRIGAN, D., PEHRSSON, S., WODICKA, N. & DE KEMP, E. The Palaeoproterozoic Trans-Hudson Orogen: a prototype of modern accretionary processes

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