Tectonic Evolution of the Southern Lincoln Massif, Central Vermont: A Preliminary Model for the Role of 'Rigid' Basement in Taconian Orogenesis

Tectonic Evolution of The Southern Lincoln Massif, Central Vermont: A Preliminary Model For The Role of 'rigid' Basement in Taconian Orogenesis. A retrodeformed cross-section suggests an overall tectonic shortening across the massif of 58 percent, or about 21 km. The marked similarities, however, between the eastern and western rift-elastic cover sequences, coupled with structural evidence, argue that the strain represents primarily flattening and internal imbrication of a single lithologic package, rather than juxtaposition of two very discrete packages. For more information on this resource and accessibility options please see the links provided. Student paper in the Vermont Geological Society quarterly newsletter - Green Mountain Geologist, Spring 1989. Volume 16, Number 1, page 8 of 72 in PDF.

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Citation Date 1989-12-30T00:00:00

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Name Warren, Marian J
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North Bound 45.01674
South Bound 42.727119
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West Bound -73.437903