Structural analysis and synthesis a laboratory course in structural geology Stephen M. Rowland, Ernest M. Duebendorfer, Ilsa M. Schiefelbein.
Contributor(s): Deubendorfer, Ernest M [autor] | Schiefelbein, Ilsa M [autor].Publisher: Singapore Blackwell Publishing 2007Edition: 3rd Edition.Description: xi, 301 pages Ilustrations, figures 27 cm.Content type: Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9781405116527.Subject(s): Geología estructural -- Laboratorio, manuales | GeologíaDDC classification: 551.8078
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
This widely used, highly readable introduction to structuralanalysis is specifically designed to support the laboratory work ofundergraduates in structural geology courses.
The new third edition includes:
A single fold-out map of the Bree Creek Quadrangle - amythical site used to help students analyze various aspects of thegeologic structures exposed within this quadrangle and ultimatelyto develop a grand synthesis
A user-friendly spiral binding ideal for work in the lab or outin the field
An Instructor manual CD-ROM for this title is available. Pleasecontact our Higher Education team at HigherEducation@wiley.comfor more information.
Includes index; appendices. - - Appendix A. measuring attitudes with a brunton compass. - - B. Geolic timescale. - - C. Greek letters and their use in this book. - - D. Graph for determining exaggerated dips on structure sections with vertical exaggeration. - - E. Conversion factors. - - F. Common symbols used on geologic maps. - - G. Diagrams for use in problems.
Attitudes of lines and planes. - - Outcrop patterns and structure contours. - - Interpretation of geologic maps. - - Geologic structure sections. - - Stereographic projection. - - Folds. - - Stereographic analysis of folded rocks. - - Parasitic folds, Axial-planar foliations, and superposed. - - Faults. - - Dynamic and kinematic analysis of faults. - - A structural synthesis. - - Rheologic models. - - Brittle failure. - - Strain measurement. - - Construction of balanced cross sections. - - Deformation mechanisms and microstructures. - - Introduction to plate tectonics.
This widely used, highly readable introduction to structural analysis is specifically designed to support the laboratory work of undergraduates in structural geology courses. Throughout the book, a geologic map from a mythical site, the bree creek quadrangle, is used to help students analyze various aspects of geologic structures exposed within this quadrangle, and ultimately to combine these analyzes into a grand synthesis. Guided by students? and instructor? suggestions, the authors have refined several exercises and added new ones for this third edition. In addition, every figure has been redrafted to improve clarity, and the Bree Creek Quadrangle map has been complied onto a single fold-out sheet. An instructor's manual is vailable on request from the publisher to assist the laboratory instructor in to use of the book.
Table of contents provided by Syndetics
- 1 Attitudes of lines and planes
- 2 Outcrop patterns and structure contours
- 3 Interpretation of geologic maps
- 4 Geologic structure sections
- 5 Stereographic projection
- 6 Folds
- 7 Stereographic analysis of folded rocks
- 8 Parasitic folds, axiar-planar foliations, and superposed folds
- 9 Faults
- 10 Dynamic and kinematic analysis of faults
- 11 A structural synthesis
- 12 Rheologic models
- 13 Brittle failure
- 14 Strain measurement
- 15 Construction of balanced cross sections
- 16 Deformation mechanisms and microstructures
- 17 Introduction to plate tectonics
Author notes provided by SyndeticsStephen M. Rowland is a Professor of Geology at theUniversity of Nevada, Las Vegas. He began teaching a structuralgeology laboratory course as a PhD student at the University ofCalifornia, Santa Cruz. The Bree Creek map and the core exercisesin this book evolved from field exercises in the Santa CruzMountains of California.
Ernest M. Duebendorfer is a Professor of Geology atNorthern Arizona University in Flagstaff. His research focuses onProterozoic accretionary tectonics and Cenozoic extensionaltectonism in the western US. He has also published papers oncontractional deformation in Antarctica, Australia, and California.He received his PhD from the University of Wyoming.
Ilsa M. Schiefelbein is a Senior Geologist currentlyemployed by ExxonMobil Corporation in Houston, Texas. She receivedan MS at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where she studiedextensional tectonics in the Basin and Range Province and taughtstructural geology laboratories.