4 edition of Rio Grande rift, tectonics and magmatism found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert E. Riecker, editor.|
|Contributions||Riecker, Robert E., Inter-Union Commission on Geodynamics. Working Group 4.|
|LC Classifications||QE606.5.U6 I57 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 438 p. :|
|Number of Pages||438|
|LC Control Number||79084162|
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Tectonics, geochronology, and volcanism in the Southern Rocky Mountains and Rio Grande rift [electronic resource] in SearchWorks catalog. The Rio Grande Rift began forming between 35 and 29 million years ago when Earth’s lithosphere began to spread apart, triggering volcanism (volcanic activity) in the region. It stretches from the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, to at least Leadville, Colorado (and probably continues further north).
The rift is named after the Rio Grande, the major river that flows through most of its extent, from southern Colorado, through New Mexico, and along the border between Texas, USA, and the Mexican. Sanford, A. R., , Characteristics of the Rio Grande rift in the vicinity of Socorro, New Mexico, from geophysical studies; Guidebook to the Rio Grande Rift in New Mexico and Colorado, Circular , p. .
The Rio Grande rift and the Basin and Range are adjacent extensional provinces with a north-south boundary running through central New Mexico south of the Colorado Plateau. Despite extensive study, thermochronologic data allowing comparisons of their tectonic history remains sparse in southern New Mexico where the two provinces meet. In order to investigate the timing of extension Author: M. Gavel, J. M. Amato, J. Ricketts, S. Kelley. The figure at left shows the best data currently available for the Rio Grande Rift region, from instruments installed for EarthScope's Plate Boundary Observatory and for the Rio Grande Rift project. Some of these GPS sites show motions in odd directions that likely are not related to tectonics, but ignoring the anomalous motions, the data.
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Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Special Publications Series. The Tectonics and magmatism book Grande rift was largely overlooked as a major continental rift until the 's. Geologists in the United States were preoccupied with the much larger Basin and Range province and with the southern Rocky : Robert E.
Riecker. About this book. Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Special Publications Series. The Rio Grande rift was largely overlooked as a major continental rift until the 's. Geologists in the United States were preoccupied with the much larger Basin and Range province and with the southern Rocky Mountains.
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Book Review; Published: September Rio grande rift: Tectonics and magmatism. Editor: Robert E. Riecker, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., pp, Author: J. Ansorge. Title: Rio Grande rift, tectonics and magmatism: Publication Type: Book: Place Published: Washington, DC: Publisher: American Geophysical Union: Year: Keywords.
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Rio Grande Rift: Tectonics and Magmatism Robert E. Riecker, Editor American Geophysical Union Washington, D.
\\\\\ l ' I., i ll i lj ' •). Get this from a library. Rio Grande Rift: tectonics and magmatism. [Robert E Riecker; Inter-Union Commission on Geodynamics. Working Group 4.;]. The Rio Grande rift is a major structural element of the Southern Rocky Mountain region.
During the last 20 years this feature has become widely recognized as a major Cenozoic continental rift : Randy Keller. As much as 15, feet of rift sediment has accumulated in the axial basins of the Rio Grande rift, forming important aquifers for some of the largest cities in our state.
References Keller, G.R., and Cather, S.M.,Basins of the Rio Grande rift: Structure, stratigraphy, and tectonic setting: Geological society of America special Paper Also, magmatism also plays an important role in the formation of the rifts.
However, not all rifts experience magmatism and in some cases, some fault lines are volcanically dormant. This paper shall compare the Great East African Rift with the Rio Grande Rift to identify similarities and differences between these rift systems. A striking feature of magmatism associated with the Rio Grande rift is the very small volume of volcanic rocksf any agen the rift.
The largest fields within the rift grabens (Jemez and Taos Plateau volcanic fields) are part of the northeast- trending Jemez lineament (Fig.
1).Cited by: the Rio Grande rift. Laramide reactivation of northsouth Neoproterozoic normal faults in central Arizona prompted Timmons et al.
() to propose that northsouth Laramide faults in New Mexico, as well as the northsouth normal faults of the Cenozoic Rio Grande rift, could be reactivated.
We describe the mid-Miocene to present opening history of the Rio Grande rift from tectonic subsidence patterns, published Quaternary fault activity, and spatial, temporal and geochemical distributions of volcanism.
Rift opening was quite fast until 8 Ma, with tectonic subsidence rates comparable to those of the pre-rupture phase of rifted continent margins, but post-8 Ma rates are Author: J.
van Wijk, G. Axen, D. Koning. Book Series:Special Publications. Earthquakes have been noted along the Rio Grande rift since During the period of non‐instrumental reporting of earthquakes from throughnearly all earthquakes occurred along a km section of the rift from Albuquerque to Socorro, the majority in the 75 km of rift from Belen to Socorro.
Cenozoic thermal mechanical and tectonic evolution of the Rio Grande Rift Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres 91(B6) June with Reads. “The Rio Grande Rift, Part I: Modifications and Additions” Rio Grande Rift: Tectonics and Magmatism Chapin, C.E. “Evolution of the Rio Grande Rift”.
Rio Grande Rift: Tectonics and Magmatism. 1: Eaton, Gordon. “The Plate Tectonic Model for late Cenozoic Spreading in the Western United States”.
A high-resolution, regional passive seismic experiment1,2,3,4,5,6 in the Rio Grande rift region of the southwestern United States has produced new images of upper-mantle velocity structure and.
However, it has been suggested that igneous activity in the Rio Grande rift is possibly related to that in the Basin and Range based on the similar timing of tectonic events and episodic magmatism (Baldridge et al., ; Seager et al., ).
Origin of Newark rift magmas Lineages G.R. Keller and J.D. Hoover Origin of the four main magma Cited by: 3. The Rio Grande rift is a major structural element of the Southern Rocky Mountain region. During the last 20 years this feature has become widely recognized as a major Cenozoic continental rift zone.
During this time we have learned much about the structure and evolution of the by: Experts in the field offer the first comprehensive review of the tectonics and magmatism of backarc basins, covering their initial rift stage to mature spreading.
Complete with numerous illustrations, each of the twelve chapters focuses on a young, active backarc basin of the circum-Pacific-where volcano-tectonic processes are best studied because of their activity.5/5(1).ety of evidence that rift-related basaltic magmatism was active along the axis of the Rio Grande Rift by 26 Ma.
Chapin and Seager () bracket the onset of extension in the Rio Grande Rift between episodes of magmatism at 31 and 28 Ma, and it is recognized that .