2 edition of Pre-Mississippian Succession of Northernmost Axel Heiberg Island, District of Franklin found in the catalog.
Pre-Mississippian Succession of Northernmost Axel Heiberg Island, District of Franklin
Geological Survey of Canada.
|Series||Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 62-18|
|Contributions||Fricker, P.E., Trettin, H.P.|
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Pre-Mississippian succession of northernmost Axel Heiberg Island, District of Franklin / by P.E. Fricker Geological reconnaissance, southern Baffin Island, District of Franklin / by R.G. Blackadar; Sediments of Exeter Bay, Baffin Island, District of Franklin / Kate Kranck. Since the publication of Reiser et al.’s () map of the Demarcation Point quadrangle, studies of pre-Mississippian rocks in the northeast Brooks Range basinal succession of Alaska have resulted in the discovery of Middle Ordovician graptolites in the southern Franklin Mountains (Moore and Churkin, ), major and trace element geochemical.
The Arctic Alaska terrane encompasses the Brooks Range, North Slope, and Seward Peninsula of northern Alaska, all of which contain several independent pre-Mississippian and Mesozoic crustal fragments, or subterranes, that host unique stratigraphic sequences (see review in Moore et al., ).During the Jurassic and Early Cretaceous, the south-facing passive margin of the Arctic Alaska Cited by: 5.
The pre-Mississippian "Neruokpuk Formation," northeastern Alaska and northwestern Yukon: review and new regional correlation Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 28(10) The Canadian Arctic Islands and nearby mainland areas (Fig. 1) form a physiographic transition between the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.
Thus, the margins of two ocean basins are involved in this by: Succession I of the exotic Pearya terrane, northernmost Ellesmere Island, includes voluminous granitoid orthogneiss units that form the presumptive basement to this displaced crustal fragment.