Paleonet: FW: NEW GSL Publication - Early Palaeozoic Peri-Gondwana Terranes

GSPH gsph at geolsoc.org.uk
Fri Jan 22 16:21:42 GMT 2010


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The Geological Society Publishing House is pleased to announce the publication of the following title, likely to be of interest to list members.  


 


SP325 - Early Palaeozoic Peri-Gondwana Terranes: new insights from tectonics and biogeography


Edited By M. G. Bassett


List price £85.00, GSL Members price £42.50, Other Societies Price £51.00


Further Details:  http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/gsl/publications/bookshop/page6241.html


 


Blurb:


Following the late Neoproterozoic- early Cambrian breakup of the supercontinent Rodinia, Gondwana evolved as one of the principal continental masses on Earth, embracing most of South America, Africa, Australasia, Antarctica, much of western Europe and parts of Asia. Around its margins were various other terranes that had varying tectonic and biogeographical affinities with the main continental block. This book incorporates a series of reviews and multidisciplinary research papers that together explore the tectonic, palaeogeographical and palaeobiogeographical evolution of the elements that made up the peri-Gondwanan collage. The stratigraphical scope of the coverage embraces the late Precambrian through early Devonian, providing a comprehensive overview of structural, stratigraphical and biological evolution through this significant interval of Earth history. Integration of these various processes throughout the volume will be of broad-based interest to a wide range of geoscientists


 


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