|Other titles||Slave-Northern Cordillera Lithospheric Evolution (SNORCLE), Cordilleran Tectonics Workshop|
|Statement||[compiled by Frederick A. Cook and Philippe Erdmer]|
|Series||Lithoprobe report -- no. 64|
|Contributions||Cook, Frederick A., Erdmer, Philippe, 1956-, Cordilleran Tectonics Workshop (1998 : Burnaby, Simon Fraser University)|
|LC Classifications||QE501.4.L5 L58 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||331|
How is Slave Northern Cordillera Lithosphere Evolution Project abbreviated? SNORCLE stands for Slave Northern Cordillera Lithosphere Evolution Project. SNORCLE is defined as Slave Northern Cordillera Lithosphere Evolution Project very rarely. Lithoprobe is Canada's national, collaborative, multidisciplinary, Earth science research project established to develop a comprehensive understanding of the evolution of . A children’s book, based on LITHOPROBE results, that is intended for mid-grade students (ages ) was authored by John Wilson (Fig. 7). Noting the value of such a book for educational purposes, LITHOPROBE contracted the preparation of Teachers’ Companion Material, to encourage use of the children’s book in the educational system. The Southern Canadian Cordillera Transect of Lithoprobe: Introduction Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 32(10) February with 52 ReadsAuthor: Frederick Cook.
Lithoprobe deep seismic reflection data from the northwestern Canadian Shield provide images of structures to the base of the lithosphere between the Archean Slave. understanding of the evolution of the northern North American continent. With rocks representing 4 b.y. of Earth history, the Canadian landmass and off-shore margins provide an exceptional opportunity to gain new perspectives on continental evolution. Lithoprobe’s 10 study areas span the country and geological time. A pan-Lithoprobe syn-. Ancient crystalline basement in western Canada: its influence on the platformal sedimentary cover, and basement remnants across the Cordillera; in: F. Cook and P. Erdmer (comps.), Slave-Northern Cordillera Lithospheric Evolution (SNORCLE) Transect and Cordilleran Tectonics Workshop Meeting, University of Calgary; Lithoprobe Report # 72, p. In: Cook FA, Erdmer P (eds) Lithoprobe Slave-Northern Cordillera Lithospheric Evolution (SNORCLE) and Cordilleran Tectonics Workshop, Lithoprobe rep pp 76–80 Google Scholar Ross GM, Villeneuve ME, Theriault RJ () Isotopic provenance of the lower Muskwa assemblage (Mesoproterozoic, Rocky Mountains, British Columbia): new clues to Cited by:
The current understanding of the structure and geological history of the crust in the study area is based on regional LITHOPROBE geophysical transects, such as Slave-Northern Cordillera Lithospheric Evolution (SNORCLE) and Alberta Basement Transect (ABT), integrated with geological and geochronological studies (e.g. Ross et al. ; Pilkington Cited by: Mid-crustal channel flow in large hot orogens: results from coupled thermal-mechanical models, in: Cook, F., and Erdmer, P., Slave Northern Cordillera Lithospheric Evolution (SNORCLE) and Cordilleran Tectonics Workshop, Lithoprobe Report, 79, Hyndman RD, Flück P, Mazzotti S, Lewis TJ, Ristau J, Leonard L () The lithoprobe slave-northern cordillera lithospheric evolution (SNORCLE) transect/current tectonics of the northern Canadian Cordillera; La géotraverse de l’évolution lithosphérique de la Cordillère du Nord et de la province du lac des Esclaves (SNORCLE).Author: J. F. Cassidy, H. Kao, John Ristau, A. Bent. In Slave–Northern Cordillera Lithospheric Evolution (SNORCLE) Transect and Cordilleran Tectonics Workshop. Edited by F. Cook and P. Erdmer. Lithoprobe Report Cited by: 6.