Structural Fabrics in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores from Forearcs by J. Casey Moore

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Subjects:

  • Marine sediments,
  • Submarine Geology,
  • Metamorphism (Geology),
  • Structural Geology,
  • Diagenesis,
  • Petrofabric analysis,
  • Rock deformation

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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages160
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Open LibraryOL8026434M
ISBN 100813711665
ISBN 109780813711669

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Google Scholar. Geological Society of America. Get this from a library. Structural fabric in Deep Sea Drilling Project cores from forearcs. [J Casey Moore;] -- Chapter 2 provides a comprehensive macroscopic and microscopic description of the cores.

Chapter 1 includes tectonic overviews of the forearcs sampled by the cores and chepters 3. Scaly fabrics are present in DSDP cores from the Barbados, southern Mexico, Guatemala, and Mariana forearcs. Where independently documented, the scaly fabrics occur adjacent to faults.

Scaly foliation surfaces in mudstone are planes of slip comparable to surfaces experimentally produced in shear boxes at low confining pressures. DSDP cores from active margins show a range of structural features, including bedding dips, semi-penetrative secondary fabrics, and faults. We have collected data on the distribution and orientation of structural features in all DSDP cores recovered to date in forearcs, and have carried out topical studies on selected fabrics.

A wide variety of fault geometries and deformation fabrics are preserved along the faults studied, although the deformation mechanisms involved in each case appear to be disaggregation and particulate flow with and without fracturing.

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Macroscopic structural features in Deep Sea Drilling Project cores from forearc regions. In: Moore, J.C. (ed.), Structural Fabrics in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores from Forearcs. Geological Society of America Memoirp.

13–Cited by: 7. Leg 87A cores, and these data are presented graphically on a structural log. Samples of structural fabrics were impregnated and studied in thin section, and the results of our fabric studies were then integrated with analysis of the larger structures defined by bedding dips in drill cores and by seismic-reflection profiles.

Scaly fabrics from Deep Sea Drilling Project cores from forearcs. In Moore, J.C. (ed.), Structural Fabric in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores from Forearcs. Geological Society of. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY OF RESULTS, DEEP SEA DRILLING PROJECT LEG 50 Yves Lancelot, Département de Géologie Dynamique, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France, and Geological Research Division, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California and.

Samples: DSDP cores are housed at the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) repositories and can be sampled by research scientists, educators, museums, and outreach institutions. Core Images: Shipboard core descriptions and core photos are included in the site by: 4.

Schoonmaker, J., Clay mineralogy and diagenesis of sediments from deformation zones in the Barbados accretionary prism (DSDP Leg 78A).

Moore, J.C. (ed.), Synthesis of Structural Fabrics of Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores from Forearcs. Geological Society of America Memoirp. – Google ScholarCited by: 4. TRACE FOSSILS IN DEEP SEA DRILLING PROJECT LEG 58 CORES A.

Ekdale, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City ABSTRACT Bioturbation is extensive in all the facies cored during DSDP Leg 58 in the Philippine Sea, and cores not disturbed by drilling contain several distinctive trace-fossil types.

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Casey Moore. Macroscopic structural features in Deep Sea Drilling Project cores from forearc regions. In: Structural Fabrics in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores from Forearcs.

Edited by J.C. Medial Ordovician ridge subduction in central Newfoundland. ().Author: R. Blewett. / STRUCTURAL FABRIC IN DEEP SEA DRILLING PROJECT CORES FROM FOREARCS, GSA MBoulder,cl, pages, 1 plate (in pocket), - 3 - $ 35 Murray, J.

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The device was used during Leg 72 of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) aboard the Glomar Challenger. Core sam-ples were recovered from bore holes in the Rio Grande Rise in the southwest Atlantic Ocean.

Relatively undisturbed sediment cores were obtained from Holes A, and The results of shipboard physical property measure. Geol. 10,13 N. Lundberg and J.C. Moore, Macroscopic structural features in Deep Sea Drilling Project cores from forearc regions, in: Structural Fabrics in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores from Forearcs, J.C.

Moore, ed., Geol. Soc. Mem., 14 M. Arthur, B. Carson and R. von Huene, Initial tectonic deformation of Cited by: Karig, D. E.,Physical properties and mechanical state of accreted sediments in the Nankai Trough, S.W.

Japan Arc, InSynthesis of Structural Fabrics from Deep Sea Drilling Project Transects across Forearcs (ed. Moore) (Geol. Soc. Amer. Mem. b) pp. – Google ScholarCited by: We describe a remarkably preserved assemblage of sedimentary and tectonic fabrics in cores from the Kaczawa complex, Sudetes, SW Poland.

These fabrics indicate a continuum of process from repeated. Structural Fabrics in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores From Moore (Ed.), Geol. Soc. Mem., (), pp. Google Scholar Chen and Oertel, Cited by: Knipe, R.J. (b): Microstructural evolution of vein arrays preserved in DSDP cores from the Ja-pan trench, Leg in Structural fabrics in DSDP cores from forearcs edited by J.C.

Moore, Geol. Soc. Mem.,Cited by: 3. Tectonophys Lisle, R. Geological Strain Analysis: A Manual for the Rf/ga Technique. Pergamon Press, Oxford. Lundberg, N. & Moore, J. Macroscopic structural features in Deep Sea Drilling Project cores from forearc regions. In: Structural Fabrics in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores From by: We have collected data on the distribution and orientation of structural features in all DSDP cores recovered to date in forearcs, and have carried out topical studies on selected fabrics.

S.E. Lucas, J.C. MooreCataclastic deformation in accretionary wedges: deep sea drilling project southern Mexico, and on-land examples from Barbados and Kodiak Islands Memoir C.

Moore (Ed.), Structural Fabric in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores from Forearcs, Geological Society of America (), pp. Cited by: REFERENCES. ASTM, Standard test method for laboratory miniature vane shear test for saturated fine-grained clayey soil.

Macroscopic structural features in Deep Sea Drilling Project cores from forearc regions. In Moore, J.C. (Ed.), Structural Fabric in Deep Sea Drilling Project Cores From Forearcs. Mem.—Geol. Soc. Am., Macroscopic structural features in Deep Sea Drilling Project cores from forearc regions.

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Am., 1. Introduction. The potential of magnetic anisotropy as a strain gage in deformed rocks has been recognized for many years. Increasingly detailed studies that investigate the link between strain and magnetic fabrics reflect both a better understanding of the origin of magnetic anisotropy in rocks and using more versatile and sensitive instrumentation and approaches (such as high-field and low Cited by: Microstructural evolution of vein arrays preserved in Deep Sea Drilling Project cores from the Japan Trench, Leg In Moore, J.C.

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These planes of weakness are oriented parallel to stratification in sedimentary rocks. Consolidation patterns during initiation and evolution of a plate-boundary decollement zone: Northern Barbados accretionary prism.

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(Ed.), The Sea (Vol. 5): Marine Chemistry:. Studies of the small-scale structural fabrics of Deep Sea Drilling Project cores indicate that offscraping is associated with brittle deformation Hubbert and Rubey[â ¢] originally recognized the importance of high fluid pressures in longdistance transport of thrust sheets over shallow slopes, a phenomenon that must occur in accretionary.

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