Contains a collection of papers describing situations where the tectonic setting is fairly well established, and it can be assumed that at least the tectonic factor has contributed to the resultant signatures. The book discusses the problem of disentangling one signature from another.10), clearly showing that the Haslingden Group could not have developed in response to a single stretching event. ... The 2-km-thick quartz arenite Upper Mount Guide Quartzite is a likely candidate as an early post-rift, thermotectonic responseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tectonic Controls and Signatures in Sedimentary Successions (Special Publication 20 of the IAS)|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-04-13|