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Journal Article
Published: 02 April 2000
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2000) 37 (2-3): 217–234.
... before turning east to join up with the Lac Watson shear zone in western Quebec. This suggests that a large segment of “parautochthonous” crust lying north of, and including, the Algonquin domain is in fact allochthonous. The mutually exclusive distribution of the mafic suites points to significant...
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Simplified geological map of the Muskoka <span class="search-highlight">domain</span>, Kawagama Zone, and the Hun...
Published: 20 February 2002
Fig. 2. Simplified geological map of the Muskoka domain, Kawagama Zone, and the Huntsville and McClintock subdomains of the Algonquin domain in the footwall of the Central Metasedimentary Belt boundary thrust zone (CMBbtz; modified after Davidson et al. 1984 ; Davidson 1991 ; Culshaw et al
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Southern Grenville Province of Ontario, Quebec, and New York state. Hachted...
Published: 01 June 2019
Figure 1. Southern Grenville Province of Ontario, Quebec, and New York state. Hachted area in the NW is the Archean Superior Province; GFTZ = Grenville front tectonic zone; Ssz = Shawanaga shear zone; ABT = Allochthon Boundary Thrust; S = Shawanaga domain; PS = Parry Sound domain; A = Algonquin
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( a ) Equal-angle stereogram showing correspondence of orientation maxima f...
Published: 27 January 2014
Fig. 13. ( a ) Equal-angle stereogram showing correspondence of orientation maxima for USDD normals (2011 and 2012 data) and foliation dip-lines representing the Algonquin domain and its vicinity (foliation attitudes based on unpublished field measurements and information in Schwerdtner
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Lithotectonic subdivision of the Central Gneiss Belt, Grenville Province of...
Published: 02 April 2000
Metasedimentary Belt; LWSZ, Lac Watson shear zone; SSZ, Shawanaga shear zone; PSSZ, Parry Sound shear zone. The positions of ABT represented by broken lines north of Algonquin domain correspond to that of Davidson ( 1996 ) (segment a) and the position proposed here (segment b). The inset shows the major belts
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( a ) Modifications to standard transtension model (after  Sanderson and Ma...
Published: 29 July 2016
by the standard model. AD, Algonquin domain; BD, Britt domain; CAB, Composite Arc Belt; MD, Muskoka domain. [Colour online.]
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Generalized geology map with locations of seismic lines used in this compil...
Published: 02 April 2000
Thrust; AH, Adirondack Highlands; AL, Adirondack Lowlands; Al, Algonquin domain; Ba, Bancroft terrane; Br, Britt domain; CGB, Central Gneiss Belt; CMB, Central Metasedimentary Belt; CMBbtz, Central Metasedimentary Belt boundary thrust zone; EFBZ, Elzevir–Frontenac boundary zone; El, Elzevir terrane; Fr
Journal Article
Published: 21 January 2019
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2019) 56 (2): 101–110.
... the Algonquin and Muskoka domains, here interpreted as the local trajectory of the Ottawan-age Allochthon Boundary Thrust (ABT). The ABT is underlain by a domain with Paleoproterozoic Nd model ages, interpreted as a tectonic duplex entrained onto the base of the main allochthon. The boundaries determined using...
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Examples of mesoscopic structures in the western CGB: ( a ) horizontal sect...
Published: 27 January 2014
between Parry Sound Drive and Joseph Street; ( e ) tail-disaggregation of lenticular mafic boudin in layered granulite gneiss, southwest side of Hwy. 60, ca. 10 km northwest of Whitney, southeast Algonquin domain; ( f ) NE-facing rock surface showing rotated δ-clast of potash feldspar in 3 m thick sheet
Journal Article
Published: 19 June 2019
Geological Magazine (2020) 157 (2): 149–159.
... the idea of a complete trajectory for the Allochthon Boundary Thrust across Ontario (line of thrust (ABT) shown in Fig. 3 ). Davidson also subdivided the overlying Allochthonous Polycyclic Belt into two structural decks, forming the Algonquin and Muskoka domains ( Fig. 3 ). Davidson’s (1995) model...
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Lithotectonic <span class="search-highlight">domains</span> of the Parry Sound region and the <span class="search-highlight">Algonquin</span> region af...
Published: 21 January 2019
Fig. 2. Lithotectonic domains of the Parry Sound region and the Algonquin region after Davidson et al. (1982) and Culshaw et al. (1983) . Solid and dotted black lines represent primary and secondary shear zones from those papers. Dashed violet and dotted orange lines represent alterative
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Map of the Central Gneiss Belt in the Georgian Bay area showing localities ...
Published: 31 March 2015
. Lithotectonic domains as in Figure 1 , but in addition, NB – North Bay; AL – Algonquin; MU – Muskoka.
Journal Article
Published: 16 March 2017
Geological Magazine (2017) 154 (4): 903–913.
... Polycyclic Belt (belt 2 in Fig. 1 ) has two major structural decks (e.g. Culshaw et al. 1997 , 2016 ). The upper deck (Muskoka domain, including Seguin and Moon River sub-domains), is separated from the lower deck (Algonquin domain) by a major shear zone, which we will refer to here as the Muskoka Shear...
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Summary of structural superposition in the western Central Gneiss Belt. 1, ...
Published: 02 April 2000
Fig. 8. Summary of structural superposition in the western Central Gneiss Belt. 1, Parauthochthonous Belt, including reworked Archean crust and Paleoproterozoic rocks in Britt, Nepewassi, and Tomiko domains; 2, Algonquin – Lac Dumoine and structurally lower parts of Rosseau and Go Home domains; 3
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Tectonic map of the SW Grenville Province showing the three main structural...
Published: 31 March 2015
). The ABT defines three crustal-scale ramps, interspersed with blind ramps (dashed lines). Hamilton Lake Erie lineament (HLEL) – probable ABT extension in the subsurface; AT – Algonquin Terrane; LDT – Lac Dumoine Terrane; PS – Parry Sound domain; G – Grimsthorpe
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Tectonic map of the <span class="search-highlight">Algonquin</span> Park area showing sample localities numbered ...
Published: 21 January 2019
Fig. 4. Tectonic map of the Algonquin Park area showing sample localities numbered as in Table 1 and categorized by TDM model age. Muskoka domain boundary as follows: dashed blue line represents the boundary of Culshaw et al. (1983) ; solid black from Lumbers and Vertolli (2003) ; dotted
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1997
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1997) 34 (7): 891–901.
... métagabbros des domaines Algonquin et Shawanaga en Ontario. Pour tous ces cas, le métamorphisme est grenvillien, et l'âge le plus précis, 1069 ± 3 Ma, a été obtenu pour le métagabbro du niveau structural SL4. Le degré de métamorphisme augmente à partir du Front de Grenville en allant vers le sud. Des textures...
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Outcrop patterns of HP rocks. (A) Western Grenville Province (after  Davids...
Published: 31 May 2002
that retrogressed eclogite is restricted to the HP belt proper, whereas Algonquin metagabbros occur in both the HP belt and Muskoka domain. (B) Central Grenville Province (after Connelly et al. 1995 ; Indares and Rivers 1995 ). HP, High Pressure; LP, Low Pressure. Mafic dykes exhibit considerable along-strike
Journal Article
Published: 20 February 2002
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2002) 39 (2): 239–258.
...Fig. 2. Simplified geological map of the Muskoka domain, Kawagama Zone, and the Huntsville and McClintock subdomains of the Algonquin domain in the footwall of the Central Metasedimentary Belt boundary thrust zone (CMBbtz; modified after Davidson et al. 1984 ; Davidson 1991 ; Culshaw et al...
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Journal Article
Published: 29 July 2016
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2016) 53 (12): 1511–1538.
... by the standard model. AD, Algonquin domain; BD, Britt domain; CAB, Composite Arc Belt; MD, Muskoka domain. [Colour online.] ...
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