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Tectonic rotations in the Tyrrhenian Arc System during the Quaternary and Late Tertiary

Tectonic rotations in the Tyrrhenian Arc System during the Quaternary and Late Tertiary

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Published by Geologisch Instituut der Rijksuniversiteit in Utrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Structural

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    The Physical Object
    Pagination352 p.
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22024458M
    ISBN 10907157766X

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Tectonic rotations in the Tyrrhenian Arc System during the Quaternary and Late Tertiary Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tectonic rotations in the Tyrrhenian arc system during the Quaternary and Late Tertiary. [Utrecht: Faculteit Aardwetenschappen der Universiteit Utrecht, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Petrus J J Scheepers.

The mammal faunal exchanges, between the Po valley and the surrounding regions, during the Late Neogene and Quaternary, are discussed. Especially from the. PALEOMAGNETIC CONSTRAINTS FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE GEODYNAMIC EVOLUTION OF THE APENNINES DURING THE MIDDLE MIOCENE - PLEISTOCENE P.J.J.

Tectonic rotations in the Tyrrhenian arc system. Paleomagnetic constraints for the tectonic evolution of the southern Apennines belt (Italy). Boll. Sagri M. Tectono-sedimentary characteristics of late Miocene-Quaternary extensional basins of the northern Apennines, Italy.

P.J.J. Tectonic rotations in the Tyrrhenian arc system during the Quaternary and late Tertiary. Geol. Ultraj. Cited by: 1. The Tyrrhenian Basin is a sedimentary basin located in the western Mediterranean Sea under the Tyrrhenian covers akm² area that is bounded by Sardinia to the west, Corsica to the northwest, Sicily to the southeast, and peninsular Italy to the northeast.

The Tyrrhenian basin displays an irregular seafloor marked by several seamounts and two distinct sub-basins - the. The author tries to elucidate the tectonic framework of this island arc system from the view point of slip rate of active faults and subsidence of tectonic basins.

In past few decades, we accumulate knowledge on the active tectonics. Especially slip rate of active faults during the late Quaternary have been revealed by intensive : Taku Komatsubara.

Tertiary collisional tectonics were associated with the formation of two main HP/LT metamorphic belts with blue schists and sometimes eclogites, shaping two concentric ares: the internal and external ones (), reflecting the successive subduction internal of 45 Ma was formed in the Eocene and represents the suture zone between Internal and External Cited by: 3.

Introduction. The paleomagnetic data collected in different geological environments of the Italian peninsula indicate that vertical axis rotations played a key role in the Neogene and Quaternary geodynamic evolution of the region (i.e.,,).Differential rotations were recognized in structures with present-day different orientation and along curved segments of the Cited by: 8.

[1] Reconstruction of the evolution of the Tyrrhenian Sea shows that the major stage of rifting associated with the opening of this basin began at ∼10 Ma. It involved two episodes of back arc extension, which were induced by the rollback of a west dipping subducting slab.

The first period of extension (10–6 Ma) was prominent in the northern Tyrrhenian Sea and in the western part Cited by: Abstract. Geochemical and isotopic data define the role that mantle metasomatic fluids activity has on the magmatic evolution of the Quaternary potassic peri-Tyrrhenian volcanic belt, i.e., from southern Tuscany to Latium and Campania on the Apennine coastal range, Aeolian Islands, Ustica, Etna, and by:   How to cite this article: Savelli, C.

Fast Episodes of West-Mediterranean-Tyrrhenian Oceanic Opening and Revisited Relations with Tectonic Setting. Sci. Rep. 5, ; doi: /Srep ().Cited by: 7. The Hellenic orogen is a composite one, consisting of three orogenic belts: (1) the Cimmerian internal belt, created in pre–late Jurassic times as a result of the collision of northward-drifted Cimmerian continental fragments with Eurasia, (2) the Alpine orogenic belt, created in Cretaceous–Tertiary times after the Neo-Tethyan subduction beneath the Cimmeria-Eurasia.

The Mesozoic evolution of the Neuquén Basin is widely understood due to the abundant literature that has been stimulated by the oil industry (Vergani et al., ; Kozlowski et al., ; Zapata et al.,).For similar reasons, the Tertiary histories of the intra-arc basins and alluvial systems developed on its southwestern margin are also well known (Jordan et al.

Implications for a Pliocene-Recent geodynamic scenario for the Central Mediterranean. In: Scheepers, pp.J.J. (Ed.). Tectonic rotations in the Tyrrhenian arc system during the Quaternary and Late Tertiary. Geol. Ultraj., ↑ van Dijk, J.P., and Scheepers, P.J.J.

(); Neogene rotations in the Calabrian Arc. Implications for a. Tectonic rotations in the Tyrrhenian arc system during the Quaternary and the late Tertiary. PhD thesis, Univ. of Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands.

Scheepers, P.J.J., Langereis, C.G., Paleomagnetic evidence for counter-clockwise rotations in the southern Apennines fold-and-thrust belt during the late Pliocene and middle by: arc-trench area only Ma.

If the late Quaternary patterns and rates of vertical deformation have affected the central New Hebrides Island Arc since Ma, then virtually all of the anomalous morphology that characterizes the central New Hebrides Island Arc can be attributed to the subduction of the d'Entrecasteaux Zone and the West Torres.

Late Quaternary Tectonic Activity, Death Valley and Furnace Creek Faults, Death Valley, California 3 ° 36° Map area Nevada California NEVADA CALIFORNIA Beatty 0 5 10 0 25 KILOMETERS 15 MILES Neotectonic Setting The effects of recent tectonism on the landscape in Death Valley have been recognized since the ’s.

FollowingCited by: 4. An arc migration model satisfactorily accounts for the basic features of the Tyrrhenian‐Apennine system and for its evolution from 17 Ma to the present, and appears to be analogous to the tectonic evolution of other back‐arc settings both inside and outside the Mediterranean by:   Relative chronology of the eruptive centres and the inferred deformation pattern outline the Quaternary evolution of the western Aeolian Arc: Sisifo, Alicudi North and Filicudi North seamounts might have developed in an early stage, following the Late Pliocene–Early Pleistocene SE-ward migration of arc-related volcanism due to the Ionian.

during the late Palaeozoic–Triassic was in an arc and back-arc tectonic setting. Th e third model (A.I. Okay et al.) viewed the Strandja Massif as a part of the European Variscan orogen, in which Triassic–Jurassic rocks were formed in epicontinental basins making the transition to a passive continental margin developed.

conflicting hypotheses in the light of our updated tectonic framework, and conclude that it probably resulted from Late Cretaceous to early Tertiary convergence between the Bellingshausen plate, and the plate, or plates, comprising West Antarctica. 3. To account for variations in .etrated the Plio–Quaternary basin fill and 50 boreholes that reached the pre-Tertiary basement have been taken into account, and are distributed in 3 domains (Fig.

2b). The thickness of the Pliocene lignite sequence and also the thickness of the Plio–Quaternary sediments (the overburden of the Pliocene lignite sequence) have been.5) There are some differences in place and mode of displacement among the faults along the Median Tectonic Line int his area.

Reverse faulting, which occurred in the first half of the Quaternary along the great geological boundary, formed the Cited by: