Basement Tectonics 9: Australia and Other Regions Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Basement Tectonics, held in Canberra, Australia, July 1990

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The Proceedings of the Ninth International Basement Tectonics Symposium form an interesting and useful series of publications dealing with various aspects of intraplate tectonics.
These conferences are generally held alternately in the United States and elsewhere (Cairo, Oslo, Kingston, Canada). The ninth in the series, held in Canberra, Australia in July 1990, presents aspects of the basement tectonics of the Australian continent for the first time. Keynote papers reviewed the ...

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Overview

The Proceedings of the Ninth International Basement Tectonics Symposium form an interesting and useful series of publications dealing with various aspects of intraplate tectonics.
These conferences are generally held alternately in the United States and elsewhere (Cairo, Oslo, Kingston, Canada). The ninth in the series, held in Canberra, Australia in July 1990, presents aspects of the basement tectonics of the Australian continent for the first time. Keynote papers reviewed the tectonic and lineament patterns of Australia, and the structure of the eastern European craton. Unique features such as the Alpine-type nappes in the intracratonic setting of central Australia are presented. Also included are papers on the central USA, South America, Japan, Great Britain and the Middle East. Topics range from the analysis of lineaments and their reactivation and the fracture control of mineral deposits to accounts of the basement control of petroleum deposits.

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Part I: Australian Continent. Basement Tectonics in Australia: An Introductory Perspective; R.W.R. Rutland. Fault Patterns during Normal and Oblique Rifting and the Influence of Basement Discontinuities: Application to Models for the Tectonic Evolution of the Perth Basin, Western Australia; D.R. Byrne, L.B. Harris. The Pine Creek Shear Zone North of Pine Creek (Northern Territory) Structural Evolution and Experimental Studies; J. Krokowski, S. Olissoff. Basement and Cover Thrust Tectonics in Central Australia Based on the Arunta-Amadeus Seismic-Reflection Profile; R.D. Shaw, B.R. Goleby, R.J. Korsch, C. Wright. Geometry of Permian to Mesozoic Sedimentary Basins in Eastern Australia and Their Relationship to the New England Orogen; R.J. Korsch, K.D. Wake-Dyster, P.E. O'Brien, D.M. Finlayson, D.W. Johnson. Factors Affecting the Acquisition of Structural Data from Remotely-Sensed Images of Eastern Australia; C.R. Nash. Elusive Trails in the Basement Labyrinth; E.S.T. O'Driscoll. Part II: Other Regions. Analytical Study of Geologic Structure in the Cover Sediments by Virtual Basement Displacement Method; K. Kodama. Geochemical Evolution and Basement Tectonism of the Arabian-Nubian Dome; H.O. Sindi. Basement Tectonics of Saudi Arabia as Related to Oil Field Structures; H.S. Edgell. An E-W Transect Section Through Central Iraq; S.A. Alsinawi, A.S. Al-Banna. Conjugate Basement Rift Zones in Kansas, Midcontinent, U.S.A.; D.L. Baars. The Sierra Alta de San Luis: A Case of Regmagenic control of Gold Mineralization; H.C.L. Bassi. Tar Pavement Rift — Transform Tectonic Model and Some Examples in Nature; M.B. Katz. North-South Lineaments in the British Isles: A 1500myr Record of Reactivation; R.S. Haszeldine. Basement-Cover Relationships in Orogenic Belts; M.J. Richard. Part III: Titles of Papers Read at Conference.

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