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How should terrane assemblages be defined in the northern Appalachian orogen? part of Cutting Edge:Courses:Structural Geology and Tectonics:2022 Structure and Tectonics Forum:Abstracts
Yvette D. Kuiper, Colorado School of Mines Sandra M. Barr, Acadia University Abstract The Gondwana-derived terrane assemblages of Ganderia, Avalonia, and Meguma form the eastern part of the northern Appalachian ...
A model of subduction of a mid-Paleozoic oceanic ridge - transform fault system in the northern Appalachians: a comparison with modern western North America part of Structural Geology and Tectonics:2016 Structure and Tectonics Forum:Abstracts
Yvette Kuiper, Colorado School of Mines Mid-Paleozoic crustal-scale dextral northeasterly trending ductile-brittle fault systems and large volumes of igneous rocks are characteristic of the northern Appalachians ...
Geological Field Research; an Ideal Course 'Recipe' for Advanced Undergraduate and Beginning Graduate Students part of Structural Geology and Tectonics:2014 Structure and Tectonics Forum Abstracts
Yvette Kuiper, Colorado School of Mines A Geological Field Research course is an excellent way for students to learn to design and carry out their own (field-based) research. The course is set up in three parts. ...