2 edition of Martinsburg flysch of the central Appalachians found in the catalog.
Martinsburg flysch of the central Appalachians
Earle F McBride
Written in English
|Statement||by Earle F. McBride|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xiv, 375 leaves) :|
|Number of Pages||375|
Ordovician graptolite faunas and stratigraphic construction of the Martinsburg/Hamburg foreland segment, central Appalachians, North America. By George Robert. Ganis A geologic history o f the north-central Appalachians, Part 1, Orogenesis from the Mesoproterozoic through the Taconic orogeny: Flysch and associated beds o f the. The Truth About Appalachia A conversation with historian Elizabeth Catte, author of a new book that upends narratives about a region that has been dubbed Trump Country.
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Flysch and associated beds of the Martinsburg Formation (Ordovician), central AppalachiansCited by: Title: Flysch and associated beds of the Martinsburg formation (Ordovician), central Appalachians Author(s): McBride, E.F. Publishing Organization: Society of. Flysch and Associated Beds of the Martinsburg Formation (Ordovician), Central Appalachians.
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Flysch and associated beds of the Martinsburg Formation (Ordovician), central Appalachi-ans Turbidite systems and their relations to depositional sequences Le torbiditi dell Apennino.
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Abstract. In the central Appalachians, carbonate deposition of the great American carbonate bank began during the Early Cambrian with the creation of initial r.
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The Taconic Orogeny is clearly diachronous in the southern and central Appalachians, with earlier pulses beginning in the Late Arenig in the southern Appalachians and the younger event—the type Taconic Orogeny—beginning sometime in the Llandeilo or Caradoc in the central Appalachians.
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Arguably the most controversial rocks within the Tippecanoe Sequence in this area are unusual, Lower Ordovician deep marine facies that are associated with the much younger flysch of the Martinsburg Formation in the Great Valley of eastern Pennsylvania. The Martinsburg flysch is made of very immature sediments (rich in feldspar and rock fragments) flowing as deep water turbidity currents (underwater avalanches) down the axis of the basin.
These currents flow all the way to Pennsylvania where they stop at the high walls of the transform faults, piling up at their base as if they were hitting a dam.
Contact us. Phone: E-mail: [email protected] George Brosi, Walnut Street, Berea, Kentucky "Martinsburg" is used parenthetically following Trenton Formation in most instances throughout the text.
Author explains that the name Martinsburg was originally given to strata exposed in the Massanutten synclinorium near Martinsburg, WV, where the unit is a flysch sequence of basinal calcareous and argillaceous turbidites. The flysch-type formations of the Appalachian and Ouachita geosynclines, and the Tertiary Basin deposits of southern California have received the most study.
These areas have totally different tectonic frameworks and enable comparisons to be made between turbidites of linear geosynclines and turbidites of small, steep-walled basins. Flysch and associated beds of the Martinsburg Formation (Ordovician), central Appalachians McBride, McBride Le torbiditi dell Apennino settentrionele: Introduzione all analisi di facies.
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Taconic flysch) of the northwestern margin of the Great Valley-and-Ridge province. Valley. The prominent slaty cleavage of this unit has been Holeywell and Tullis () showed that the develop-the subject of extensive studies by Maxwell () and, ment of slaty cleavage in the Martinsburg Formation in.
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The Martinsburg Formation is a late Ordovician turbidite sequence, clastic sediments shed into deep water from a proto-Appalachian mountain belt. The source mountains were generated as an offshore volcanic island arc accreted to the ancestral North American continent (“Laurentia”) in an event dubbed the Taconian (or “Taconic”) Orogeny.
The Appalachian Region's economy, once highly dependent on mining, forestry, agriculture, chemical industries, and heavy industry, has become more diversified in .ral Appalachians. The change in trend within Kingston has been interpreted as an "intersection orocline" in which Alleghanian structures of the central Appalachian foreland overprint and rotate Acadian structures of the northern Appalachian foreland (Figure 4; Marshak and Tabor, ).