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Geodynamic evolution of East Antarctica

a key to the East-West Gondwana connection

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Published by Geological Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Antarctica -- East Antarctica,
  • Geodynamics -- Antarctica -- East Antarctica,
  • Geomorphology -- Antarctica -- East Antarctica,
  • Continental drift -- Antarctica -- East Antarctica

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by M. Satish-Kumar ... [et al.].
    SeriesGeological society special publication -- no. 308
    ContributionsSatish-Kumar, M., Geological Society of London.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE350 .G395 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 456 p. :
    Number of Pages456
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23632515M
    ISBN 101862392684
    ISBN 109781862392687
    LC Control Number2009277382

    Sixty articles arranged in eight thematic sections refer to most recent geological and geophysical results of Antarctic research. The Precambrian of the East Antarctic shield and its geological history is considered as well as sub-ice topography, geophysics and stratigraphy, sedimentology and geophysics of the surrounding Southern Ocean.   A review of the inferred geodynamic evolution of the Dharwar craton over the ca. – Ga period, and possible implications for global tectonics 1. P.V. Sunder Raju, a P.G. Eriksson, b O. Catuneanu, c S. Sarkar, d S. Banerjee e. a National Geophysical Research Institute (CSIR), Uppal Road, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, by:

    The present work aims to reappraise the geodynamic evolution of the East Australia–East Antarctica–Tasman Sea–New Zealand–proto-Pacific region for the Palaeozoic—and for the Mesozoic-Cainozoic in a companion paper []—from a full global reconstruction model is merely a model, but uses strict plate tectonic rules and physically coherent hypotheses, deeply rooted on Cited by: 9. DFG Schwerpunktprogramm "Antarktisforschung": Geodynamic evolution of Proterozoic supracrustal rocks from the northern Shackleton Range, East Antarctica Prof. Dr. Thomas Will Prof. Dr. Hartwig Frimmel PD Dr. Armin Zeh Prof. Dr. Esther Schmädicke (Univ. Erlangen) ‐

    Sixty articles arranged in eight thematic sections refer to most recent geological and geophysical results of Antarctic research. The Precambrian of the East Antarctic shield and its geological history is considered as well as sub-ice topography, geophysics and stratigraphy, sedimentology and. Finite element model mesh prior to extension. All models discussed in the text have similar starting geometry. The East Antarctica crust is 39 km thick in all models, and the pre-rift lithosphere is always thicker and the crust thinner in East Antarctica than in West by: 2.


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Hiroi, K. Masaaki Owada, Sotaro Baba, Yasuhito Osanai, Hiroo Kagami, "Geochemistry of post-kinematic mafic dykes from central to eastern Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica: evidence for a Pan-African suture in Dronning Maud Land", Geodynamic Evolution of East Antarctica: A Key to the East–West Gondwana Connection, M.

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[M Satish-Kumar; Geological Society of London.;] -- Geological correlations of East Antarctica with adjoining continents have been puzzling geologists ever since the concept of a Gondwana supercontinent surfaced.

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Geodynamic Evolution of East Antarctica (GEA) The project aims to unravel the complex amalgamation history of East Antarctica during the Late Neoproterozoic/Early Palaeozoic. East Antarctica is dissected by a number of Late Neoproterozoic/Early Palaeozoic mobile belts. Edited Book “Geodynamic evolution of East Antarctica: a key to East-West Gondwana connection” Osanai, Y., Hiroi, Y.

and Shiraishi, K. (eds.) “Geodynamic evolution of East Antarctica: a key to the East–West Gondwana connection” Geological Society of. in Antarctica during JARE M. Satish-Kumar, Ph.D. Professor Program:Environmental Science and Technology Satish-Kumar, M., Multiple origins of charnockite in the Geodynamic evolution of East Antarctica: a key to East-West Gondwana connection.

Geological Society of London, Special Publications,p The Forster Magnetic Anomaly is therefore interpreted as a suture. New field-work\ud during two recent international expeditions, Geodynamic Evolution of East Antarctica (GEA) I + II, and first\ud geoscientic results reveal a complex tectonic architecture between Sør Rondane and central DML.

Title: Geodynamic Evolution of East Antarctica - A Key to East-West Gondwana Connection, Satish-Kumar, M., Motoyoshi, Y., Osanai, Y., Hiroi, Y. & Shiraishi, K., (Eds. ePIC (electronic Publication Information Center) is the official repository for publications and presentations of Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI)Author: J.

Jacobs, A. Laeufer, Martina Elburg, Detlef Damaske, Antonia Ruppel, Graeme Eagles, Brigitte Opas. Neoproterozoic geodynamic evolution of easternmost Kalahari: Constraints from U-Pb-Hf-O zircon, Sm-Nd isotope and geochemical data from the Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica Author links open overlay panel J.

Jacobs a E. Mikhalsky b F. Henjes-Kunst c 1 A. Läufer c R.J. Thomas d M.A. Elburg e C.-C. Wang a S. Estrada c S. Skublov f gCited by: 1. Geodynamic Evolution of East Antarctica - Special Publication no (Geological Society Special Publication) (No) Geological correlations of East Antarctica with adjoining continents have been puzzling geologists ever since the concept of a Gondwana supercontinent surfaced.

Aeromagnetic data of the Geodynamic Evolution of East Antarctica (GEA) project reveal an eastward extent of the southeastern DML province into the southern Sør Rondane region, while several smaller terranes, shear zones, and tectonic boundaries are mapped farther north.

Antarctic Research Group This research group is funded by the NRF under its South African National Antarctic Program (SANAP).

The main focus of the project is on the amalgamation and fragmentation of Gondwana at ~ Ma and ~ Ma, respectively, as well as correlation between crustal blocks in a reconstituted Gondwana, involving southern Africa, Antarctica and Sri Lanka.

Geological Evolution of Antarctica is a collection of papers presented at the Fifth International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, held under the auspices of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) at Robinson College, Cambridge, August Contributors were invited to address problems related to the tectonic evolution of the Antarctic crust and the.

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Geodynamic evolution of Mt. Riiser-Larsen, Napier Complex, East Antarctica, with reference to the UHT mineral associations and their reaction relationsCited by:.

Aerogeophysical constraints for the geodynamic\ud evolution of Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica. By Matthias Mieth. Download PDF ( MB) Abstract. The central question of this thesis is: what is hidden under the ice sheet of Antarctica?\ud To unravel the tectonic structure and to study the geodynamic evolution of Antarctica\ud are not only Author: Matthias Mieth.select article SHRIMP U–Pb zircon geochronology of high-grade rocks and charnockites from the eastern Amery Ice Shelf and southwestern Prydz Bay, East Antarctica: Constraints on Late Mesoproterozoic to Cambrian tectonothermal events related to supercontinent assembly.SinceBGR has carried out the long-term GEA project (Geodynamic Evolution of East Antarctica), in close collaboration with the Alfred-Wegener-Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI).

GEA evolved from several precursor projects that had been running since the s in different regions of East Antarctica.