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by University Press of the West Indies
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Contents. CONTENTS: 6: INTRODUCTION: 8: 1. The Evolution of the Caribbean Plate and its Pages: Into the Third Millenium: Transactions of the Fifteenth Caribbean Geological Conference Author: Trevor A.
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Chapters on marine geology and geophysics are new syntheses for the entire Caribbean region. Highlights of the volume include extensive bibliographies and new syntheses of stratigraphic-lithologic columnar sections, seismicity, gravity and magnetic anomalies, neotectonic features, resource data, and crustal properties.
This book considers the geology between North and South America. It contributes to debate about the area's evolution, particularly that of the Caribbean. Prevailing understanding is that the Caribbean formed in the Pacific and was engulfed between. James – A simple synthesis of Caribbean geology 71 Figure 3.
Pacific (A) and in situ (B) concepts for the origin of the Caribbean Plate. For simplicity, both are shown in the context of a modern map. Diagram A shows stages of arc migration, at the leading edge of the Caribbean Plate as it migrated from the Pacific,File Size: KB.
The Geology of North America, Vol. M, The Western North Atlantic Region, Geological Society of America, pp. Atthough this is one of the most recent models of Caribbean development it must be considered as one of a series of competing hypotheses, some of which are very different Caribbean — Colombia, Venezuela, and Trinidad and Tobago.
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[Tervor A Jackson;]. Caribbean Plate from the Jurassic—Early Cretaceous onward (See also Burke et al. ; Pindell ). Recent supporters of the continuous-develop- ment model include Mann et al. (, Fig. 36A-C), who argue that the convergent front of the Caribbean Plate was active with subduction deepening to the.
Professor Trevor Jackson’s academic career was grounded in igneous geology with a strong focus on the Antillean region of the Caribbean.
Such a career path was surely projected based on his master’s degree on the geology and petrology of the volcanic rocks of Carriacou, Grenadines () followed by his doctorate on the petrochemistry and origin of the Tertiary volcanic. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Caribbean Geology Into The Third Millenium: Transactions Of The Fifteenth Caribbean Geological Conference at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.3/5(1).
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Along the geologically complex southern boundary, the Caribbean Plate interacts with the South American Plate forming Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago (all on the Caribbean Plate), and islands off the coast of Venezuela (including the Leeward Antilles) and : Minor.
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The Caribbean presents several provocative geotectonic problems. Water depths are less than in the main ocean basins. Over most of the Caribbean Basin, seismic-refraction measurements reveal (Fig. 1) crustal thicknesses of 12 to 15 km, much greater than the 6 km crust generally observed beneath the main ocean basins (Officer et al., ; Ewing et al., Cited by: