This volume focuses on the Canadian Appalachian region. The chapter on the East Greenland Caledonides stands alone and there is no attempt to integrate the geological accounts of the two far removed regions. Rocks of the Canadian Appalachian region are described under four broad temporal divisions: lower Paleozoic and older, middle Paleozoic, upper Paleozoic, and Mesozoic. The rocks of these temporal divisions define geographic zones, belts, basins, and graben, respectively. The area is of special interest because so many modern concepts of mountain building are based on Appalachian rocks a structures.Marquis, R. 1989a: La#39;Anticlinorium des Monts Sutton, Richmond, QuAcbec, these de doctorat, UniversitAc de MontrAcal, MontrAcal ... Martineau, Y. 1980: The relationships among rock groups between the Grand Lake Thrust and Cabot Fault, west ... 1987: Cambrian stratigraphy in the Hanford Brook area, southern New Brunswick, Canada; in Centennial Field Guide, v. ... 1979; Petrogenesis of the Mount Albert ultramafic massif, QuAcbec (summary); Geological Society of America, Part I, v.
|Title||:||Geology of the Appalachian—Caledonian Orogen in Canada and Greenland|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of America - 1995|