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Brittle fracture history of the Montague Basin, north-central Massachusetts
Arthur G. Goldstein
1975 by Dept. of Geology and Geography, University of Massachusetts in Amherst .
Written in English
|Statement||by Arthur G. Goldstein.|
|Series||Contribution - Department of Geology and Geography, University of Massachusetts, Amherst ; no. 25, Contribution (University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Dept. of Geology and Geography) ;, no. 25.|
|LC Classifications||QE606.5.U6 G64 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||78621835|
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BRITTLE FRACTURE HISTORY OF THE MONTAGUE BASIN, NORTH-CENTRAL MASSACHUSETTS by Arthur G. Goldstein Contribution No. 25 Department of Geology and Geography University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts July, File Size: 5MB. Eberly, P. O.,Brittle Fracture Petrofabric Along a West-East Traverse From the Connecticut Valley to the Narragansett Basin: MS Thesis, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusett, USA, p.
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New Englan Intercollegiate Geological Conference Guidebook, 95, B - B Goldstein, A. G., Brittle fracture history of the Montague Basin, north-central Massachusetts. a fracture in which skin is intact at site of fracture is a closed fracture or simple fracture whereas compound fracture or an open fracture is a fracture in which the skin is perforated and there is an open wound down to the site of the fracture.
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The thermal history demonstrates that two phases of heating (– Ma, 83–38 Ma, depositing) happened to the source rocks, separated by two cooling (–83 Ma, 38–23 Ma, uplifting) events.
Fractures of any one set are not always mineralized, and barren joints are found near veins with the same orientation. This phenomenon was also recognized by Engelder et al. () and Evans ().Author: Mark A. Evans. If the history of the Deerfield basin is similar to the Newark basin, most of the tilting of the strata, and hence most deposition, was over by the Middle Jurassic (~ Ma), during which.
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