Relation of ore deposition to doming in the North American cordillera by Edward Hollister Wisser

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  • Ore deposits -- North America,
  • Domes (Geology)

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Statementby Edward Wisser.
SeriesMemoir (Geological Society of America) -- 77.
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LC ClassificationsQE"1"G46"V.77
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Pagination117 p. :
Number of Pages117
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Open LibraryOL21658274M
LC Control Number60-2730

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Geochronological, structural, and sedimentological data provide the basis for a regional synthesis of the evolution of the Cordilleran retroarc thrust belt and foreland basin system in the western U.S.A. In this region, the Cordilleran orogenic belt became tectonically consolidated during Late Jurassic time (∼ Ma) with the closure of marginal oceanic basins and accretion of fringing arcs.

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Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab. Adolph Yonkee, Arlo Brandon Weil, Tectonic evolution of the Sevier and Laramide belts within the North American Cordillera orogenic system, Earth-Science Reviews, /rev,(), ().

Relation of ore deposition to doming in the North American cordillera Glacial map of North America 1: 4 Lambert conformal conic projection Northeastern United States showing relation of land and submarine topography, 1: 1 Lambert conformal conic projection.

Wisser, E. H.,Relation of Ore Deposition to Doming in the North American Cordillera: Geological Society of America, Mem p. This book will be appreciated by students, teachers and professional geologists for its clarity of expression and scholarship of content.' Noel C.

White - Consulting Economic Geologist and Honorary Research Professor, CODES, University of Tasmania 'If you’ve been searching for a modern textbook on metallic ore deposits, this is a good choice.

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concept was developed during the s to explain. Melekestzev, I. V., ,Scale and age of the last largest outburst of acid volcanism in : «Volcanism and petrochemistry of its products». M., «Nauka» (in Russian). Wisser, E. / RELATION OF ORE DEPOSITION TO DOMING IN THE NORTH AMERICAN CORDILLERA, New York,cl, GSA Mem pages, - 5 - $ 20 [o ne copy free with any $ order] Wolf, K.

H., Ed. / HANDBOOK OF STRATA-BOUND AND STRATIFORM ORE DEPOSITS, Amsterdam, tovolumes priced individually as indicated, - 3 - or - 5 - all volumes. The ore deposits of Chafiarcillo occur as vein fillings of the radial fractures, and to a lesser extent of the northwest faults.

The relation between ore deposition and doming here seems to be analogous to that described by Wisser (16) for the North American Cordillera. A well. Edward Wisser has written: 'Relation of ore deposition to doming in the North American cordillera' -- subject(s): Ore deposits, Domes (Geology).

The Francisco I. Madero (FIM) Zn–Cu–Pb–(Ag) deposit is located ~ 20 km west of the city of Zacatecas, in central Mexico ().It was explored between and by the Mexican Geological Survey (formerly Consejo de Recursos Minerales), using geophysical methods and deposit was acquired by Servicios Industriales Peñoles inwhich performedm of diamond drilling.

The stable platform is an area in which the North American Craton forms a basement and is covered by sediment. This area now forms much of the Interior Plains and the slope of the Appalachians below the mountains proper.

This area has been covered by a shallow inland sea, which became the site of deposition for most of the overlying sedimentary rock. [citation needed] The sea receded as the. the ore bodies within the ledges vary in shape from pipes to equidimensional bodies. the dips vary but are generally greater than 49 degrees to the east and appear to align themselves downdip.

the overall dimensions of the gold -field ore body is estimated to be 30 meters deep, meters in length, and nearly 45 meters wide. comment type. He authored 22 papers during his academic career, including Geological Society of America Mem Relation of Ore Deposition to Doming in the North American Cordillera.

His publications on economic geology and his writings on structural geology are timeless classics. Wisser was a successful ore finder, a dedicated teacher, and a tireless and. The Andes in Chile formed along a convergent margin or the western half of the North American Cordillera.

And most of Alaska and western U.S. thinning of lithosphere-related thermal doming and lifitng The crust becomes thin and starts to press or "sit".

The Doming Deflation, Its Dangers and Opportuniitesc by C. Myers () Relation of Ore Deposition To Doming In by Edward Wisser () De Planter van St Doming by Karl Muller () EL MONASTERIO DE SANTO DOMING DE SILOS. by No Author. () Relation of ore deposition to doming in the North American cordillera (Geological Society of America.

Edward Wisser, Relation of Ore Deposition to Doming in the North American Cordillera (page 45) In terms of the mechanics postulated above, this late deformation cycle started with upbowing of the anticlinal axis to produce the cross joints.

Continued upbowing. the ore bodies within the ledges vary in shape from pipes to equidimensional bodies. THE DIPS VARY BUT ARE GENERALLY GREATER THAN 49 DEGREES TO THE EAST AND APPEAR TO ALIGN THEMSELVES DOWNDIP. THE OVERALL DIMENSIONS OF THE GOLD -FIELD ORE BODY IS ESTIMATED TO BE 30 METERS DEEP, METERS IN LENGTH, AND NEARLY 45 METERS WIDE.

comment type: reserve-resource: comment: r1 = m1c1 reserve rec 1 = matrix 1, col 1 q-p75 quantity = mt/yr (annual prod of mine) x 3 yrs q-p50,-p25,-p10 = annual production x 8 yrs assay grades for gold and silver taken from federal resources annual annual report. pb, zn, and cu grades are taken from burmines production figures for camp bird mine.

Subsequently, the concept has been utilized throughout the western North American Cordillera (Coney et al., ) as well as in other orogens (e.g., Appalachians and Caribbean region).

A tectonostratigraphic (or lithotectonic) terrane is an allochthonous, fault-bounded assemblage of rocks with a different geologic history than that of adjacent. (), Silverton, Colorado, in Relation of Ore Deposit Doming in North American Cordillera, Geological Society of America Memorandum: Burbank, Wilbur Swett (), Pre-ore Ptopylization, Silverton Caldera, Colorado, USGS Professional Paper.

Au–(Ag) ore gave 40Ar/39Ar plateau ages between ∼ and ∼ Ma (compared to the previously documented ∼ to ∼ Ma). By combining individually these new ages with crosscutting relationships, the duration of the Au–(Ag) deposition period can be estimated to at least My.

Three new 40Ar/39Ar plateau ages on alunite. (), Silverton, Colorado, in Relation of Ore Deposit Doming in North American Cordillera, Geological Society of America Memorandum: Burbank, W.S. and Luedke R.G. (), Origin and Evolution of Ore Forming Solutions, Silverton Caldera, San Juan Mountains, Colorado, USGS Professional Paper C: C7-C rocky mountain section of the geological society of america centennial field guide Posted By Agatha Christie Publishing TEXT ID f82c01c2 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library society of america centennial field guide by michael crichton this volume is a collection of field guides to sites geological society of america centennial field guide.

We report a coral-sponge dominated reef lithofacies in detrital boulders of carbonate-clast conglomerate from the Olds Ferry terrane, Blue Mountains Province, Willow Spring locality, northeastern Oregon. This discovery constitutes the first report of Triassic reefal lithofacies from the Olds Ferry terrane.

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It is part of the American Cordillera.North America. A large plateau in North America is the Colorado Plateau, which covers aboutkm 2 (, sq mi) in Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico.

In northern Arizona and southern Utah the Colorado Plateau is bisected by the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon. How this came to be is that over 10 million years ago, a river was.These relations illustrate: (1) human activities dating to ~ yr B.P.

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