St. John's 2012
Technical Program



Monday Afternoon, 28 May /
Lundi après-midi, le 28 mai

SY1:  Collision tectonics and terranes:  The Appalachian-Caledonian symposium is a celebration of the career of Hank Williams  (Part IV)
Sponsored by / Parrainé par:  Department of Natural Resources, Newfoundland and Labrador
Organizers / Organisateurs:  Cees van Staal, Stephen Johnston, Dennis Brown, and John Waldron
Room / Salle:  Salon D
Chairs / Présidents:  Stephen Johnston (University of Victoria, BC) and Dennis Brown (Instituto de Ciencias de la Tierra "Jaume Almera", Barcelona)


 
Time Authors / Title
2:00 
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Wintsch, R.P.*, Matthews, J.A., Jones, L.K., Proctor, B.P. and Growdon, M.L.  Evidence for a Salinic event in southern New England

2:20 
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Brown, D.  Tectonic processes during the building of the Uralides

2:40 
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Steenkamp, H.*, Butler, J.P., Jamieson, R.A., Dunning, G.R., Robinson, P. and Reynolds, P.H.  What goes down must come up:  Scandian metamorphism and exhumation of the subducted Baltican margin, Nordøyane UHP domain, Western Gneiss Region, Norway

3:00 
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Nelson, J.L.*, Mahoney, B., Gehrels, G., Pecha, M., van Staal, C., Diakow, L., Karl, S. and Angen, J.  The “British Columbia Caledonides”:  Mid-Paleozoic orogeny in the southern Alexander terrane

3:20 Refreshment Break

3:40 
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Colpron, M. and Nelson, J.L.*  How did terranes of Timanian, Caledonian and Uralian affinities end up in the North American Cordillera?

4:00 
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Pereira, M.F.*, Drost, K., Chichorro, M., Silva, J.B. and Solá, R.  Detrital zircons from a Late Palaeozoic accretionary complex of SW Iberia (Variscan belt):  History of crustal growth and recycling at the Rheic convergent margin

4:20 
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Thomas, C.W.*, Woodcock, N.H., Schofield, D.I., Pharaoh, T.C. and Millward, D.  A new model for the Caledonides of England & Wales



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