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NEW PUBLICATION

Circum-Arctic Lithosphere Evolution

Product Code: SP460
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by V. Pease and B. Coakley
Publication Date: 03 January 2018
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Special Publication 460

Selected articles available via Online First from the Lyell Collection. What is Online First?

The 5-year Circum-Arctic Lithosphere Evolution (CALE) program developed new constraints on the tectonic history of the central Amerasia basin of the Arctic Ocean. This volume is the final synthesis of the CALE program, which brought together an international team of scientists to develop integrated, multi-disciplinary understanding of the region. This approach, based on the integration of much new geological and geophysical data from onshore and offshore , is necessary to advance our understanding of this basin. Regional onshore-to-offshore transects are central to the 18 papers in this volume. The diverse science supporting these crust-to-mantle regional transects includes structural, geochronological, isotopic, potential fields, and seismic reflection and refraction data.  Four chapters present circum-Arctic investigations by the regional CALE teams. The final chapter addresses pan-Arctic themes. This unique collaboration, relying on new data and new syntheses of existing data sheds new light on the history of the Arctic Ocean.

Published online 08/01/2018. Print copies available from 03/01/2018.

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Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN:
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 9781786203236
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 476
Weight: 1.21 kg

Contents

Acknowledgements

Dedication

PEASE, V. & COAKLEY, B. Circum-Arctic lithosphere evolution  

Greenland–Canada

STEPHENSON, R., PIEPJOHN, K., SCHIFFER, C., VON GOSEN, W., OAKEY, G. N. & ANUDU, G. Integrated crustal–geological cross-section of Ellesmere Island  

SCHIFFER, C. & STEPHENSON, R. Regional crustal architecture of Ellesmere Island, Arctic Canada  

PIEPJOHN, K. & VON GOSEN, W. Structural transect through Ellesmere Island (Canadian Arctic): superimposed Palaeozoic Ellesmerian and Cenozoic Eurekan deformation 

Alaska and Chukotka

MILLER, E. L., MEISLING, K. E., AKININ, V. V., BRUMLEY, K., COAKLEY, B. J., GOTTLIEB, E. S., HOILAND C. W., O’BRIEN, T. M., SOBOLEVA, A. & TORO, J. Circum-Arctic Lithosphere Evolution (CALE) Transect C: displacement of the Arctic Alaska–Chukotka microplate towards the Pacific during opening of the Amerasia Basin of the Arctic  

HOILAND, C. W., MILLER, E. L., PEASE, V. & HOURIGAN, J. K. Detrital zircon U–Pb geochronology and Hf isotope geochemistry of metasedimentary strata in the southern Brooks Range: constraints on Neoproterozoic–Cretaceous evolution of Arctic Alaska  

PEASE, V., MILLER, E., WYLD, S. J., SOKOLOV, S., AKININ, V. & WRIGHT, J. E. U–Pb zircon geochronology of Cretaceous arc magmatism in eastern Chukotka, NE Russia, with implications for Pacific plate subduction and the opening of the Amerasia Basin  

GOTTLIEB, E. S., PEASE, V., MILLER, E. L. & AKININ, V. V. Neoproterozoic basement history of Wrangel Island and Arctic Chukotka: integrated insights from zircon U–Pb, O and Hf isotopic Studies   

MILLER, E. L., AKININ, V. V., DUMITRU, T. A., GOTTLIEB, E. S., GROVE, M., MEISLING, K. & SEWARD, G. Deformational history and thermochronology of Wrangel Island, East Siberian Shelf and coastal Chukotka, Arctic Russia  

Laptev Sea region

PIEPJOHN, K., LORENZ, H., FRANKE, D., BRANDES, C., VON GOSEN, W., GAEDICKE, C., LABROUSSE, L., SOBOLEV, N. N., SOLOBEV, P., SUAN, G., MRUGALLA, S., TALARICO, F. & TOLMACHEVA, T. Mesozoic structural evolution of the New Siberian Islands  

DRACHEV, S. S. & SHKARUBO, S. I. Tectonics of the Laptev Shelf, Siberian Arctic 

Barents/Kara shelf region

FALEIDE, J. I., PEASE, V., CURTIS, M., KLITZKE, P., MINAKOV, A., SCHECK-WENDEROTH, M., KOSTYUCHENKO, S. & ZAYONCHEK, A. Tectonic implications of the lithospheric structure across the Barents and Kara shelves   

ZHANG, X., PEASE, V., CARTER, A., KOSTUYCHENKO, S., SULEYMANOV, A. & SCOTT, R. Timing of exhumation and deformation across the Taimyr fold–thrust belt: insights from apatite fission track dating and balanced cross-sections  

ZHANG, X., PEASE, V., CARTER, A. & SCOTT, R. Reconstructing Palaeozoic and Mesozoic tectonic evolution of Novaya Zemlya: combing geochronology and thermochronology  

CURTIS, M. L., LOPEZ-MIR, B., SCOTT, R. A. & HOWARD, J. P. Early Mesozoic sinistral transpression along the Pai-Khoi–Novaya Zemlya fold–thrust belt, Russia  

MINAKOV, A., YARUSHINA, V., FALEIDE, J. I., KRUPNOVA, N., SAKOULINA, T., DERGUNOV, N. & GLEBOVSKY, V. Dyke emplacement and crustal structure within a continental large igneous province, northern Barents Sea  

KNUDSEN, C., HOPPER, J. R., BIERMAN, P. R., BJERAGER, M., FUNCK, T., GREEN, P. F., INESON, J. R., JAPSEN, P., MARCUSSEN, C., SHERLOCK, S. C. & THOMSEN, T. B. Samples from the Lomonosov Ridge place new constraints on the geological evolution of the Arctic Ocean  

Circum-Arctic themes

LEBEDEV, S., SCHAEFFER, A. J., FULLEA, J. & PEASE, V. Seismic tomography of the Arctic region: inferences for the thermal structure and evolution of the lithosphere  

SCHIFFER, C., TEGNER, C., SCHAEFFER, A. J., PEASE, V. & NIELSEN, S. B. High Arctic geopotential stress field and implications for geodynamic evolution  

Index   

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