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245 00 Fifty years of the Wilson Cycle concept in plate tectonics
       /|cedited by R.W. Wilson, G.A. Houseman, K.J.W. McCaffrey,
       A.G. Dor⥬ and S.J.H. Buiter 
264  1 London :|bThe Geological Society,|c2019 
300    1 online resource (490 pages) :|billustrations (black and 
       white, and colour) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Geological Society special publication ;|vno. 470 
490 1  Lyell collection 
500    Also issued in print 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 80 |g[I].|tIntroduction:|tFifty years of the Wilson Cycle 
       concept in plate tectonics: an overview /|rR. W. Wilson, 
       G. A. Houseman, S. J. H. Buiter, K. J. W. McCaffrey and A.
       G. Dor⥮ 
505 80 |g[II].|tThe classic Wilson v. supercontinent cycles:|tThe
       classic Wilson cycle revisited /|rIan W. D. Dalziel and 
       John F. Dewey --|tSupercontinents: myths, mysteries, and 
       milestones /|rDaniel Pastor-Gal⡮, R. Damian Nance, J. 
       Brendan Murphy and Christopher J. Spencer --
       |tSupercontinents and the case for Pannotia /|rR. Damian 
       Nance and J. Brendan Murphy 
505 80 |g[III].|tMantle dynamics in the Wilson Cycle:|tMantle 
       plumes and mantle dynamics in the Wilson cycle /|rPhilip 
       J. Heron 
505 80 |g[IV].|tTectonic inheritance in the lithosphere:
       |tTectonic inheritance, structure reactivation and 
       lithospheric strength: the relevance of geological history
       /|rA. M. C. 㥮g诲, Nalan Lom and Nurbike G. Sa槤࣠--
       |tExploring the theory of plate tectonics: the role of 
       mantle lithosphere structure /|rPhilip J. Heron, Russell 
       N. Pysklywec and Randell Stephenson --|tPotential role of 
       lithospheric mantle composition in the Wilson cycle: a 
       North Atlantic perspective /|rPauline Chenin, Suzanne 
       Picazo, Suzon Jammes, Gianreto Manatschal, Othmar M赮tener
       and Garry Karner --|tRheological inheritance: lessons from
       the Death Valley region, US Basin and Range Province /
       |rRodrigo D. Lima, Nicholas W. Hayman and Elena Miranda --
       |tMulti-phase reactivations and inversions of Paleozoic-
       Mesozoic extensional basins during the Wilson cycle: case 
       studies from the North Sea (UK) and the Northern Apennines
       (Italy) /|rVittorio Scisciani, Stefano Patruno, Enrico 
       Tavarnelli, Fernando Calamita, Paolo Pace and David 
       Iacopini 
505 80 |g[V].|tRevisiting Tuzo's question on the Atlantic:
       |tExamining the influence of tectonic inheritance on the 
       evolution of the North Atlantic using a palinspastic 
       deformable plate reconstruction /|rBridget E. Ady and 
       Richard C. Whittaker --|tRole of Avalonia in the 
       development of tectonic paradigms /|rJ. Brendan Murphy, R.
       Damian Nance, J. Duncan Keppie and Jaroslav Dostal --
       |tDiachronous Paleozoic accretion of peri-Gondwanan 
       terranes at the Laurentian margin /|rJohn W. F. Waldron, 
       David I. Schofield and J. Brendan Murphy --|tInversion of 
       Taconian extensional structures during Paleozoic 
       orogenesis in western Newfoundland /|rShawna E. White and 
       John W. F. Waldron --|tTectonic inheritance at multiple 
       scales during more than two complete Wilson cycles 
       recorded in eastern North America /|rWilliam A. Thomas --
       |tLate Paleozoic extensional reactivation of the Rheic-
       Rhenohercynian suture zone in SW England, the English 
       Channel and Western Approaches /|rAndrew C. Alexander, 
       Robin K. Shail and Brian E. Leveridge 
505 80 |g[VI].|tOpening and closing of oceans:|tNon-Wilsonian 
       break-up predisposed by transforms: examples from the 
       North Atlantic and Arctic /|rE. R. Lundin and A. G. Dor⥠-
       -|tThe Jan Mayen microplate complex and the Wilson cycle /
       |rChristian Schiffer, Alexander Peace, Jordan Phethean, 
       Laurent Gernigon, Ken McCaffrey, Kenni D. Petersen and 
       Gillian Foulger --|tThe subduction initiation stage of the
       Wilson cycle /|rRobert Hall --|t3D numerical modelling of 
       the Wilson cycle: structural inheritance of alternating 
       subduction polarity /|rSt⥰hane J. Beaussier, Taras V. 
       Gerya and Jean-Pierre Burg 
505 80 |g[VII].|tCratonic basins and their place in the Wilson 
       Cycle:|tCratonic basins and the Wilson cycle: a 
       perspective from the Parna⩢a Basin, Brazil /|rM. C. Daly,
       B. Tozer and A. B. Watts 
520 8  This volume celebrates the 50th anniversary of Tuzo 
       Wilson's landmark paper 'Did the Atlantic close and then 
       re-open?'. It brings together geologists, geophysicists, 
       and modellers in order to re-assess the legacy of the 
       Wilson Cycle concept and how our understanding of 
       inheritance in continental tectonics has evolved over the 
       past 50 years 
521    Specialized 
588    Description based on online resource; title from PDF title
       page (viewed on December 17, 2019) 
650  0 Plate tectonics 
650  6 Tectonique des plaques 
650  7 Plate tectonics.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01066753 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Wilson, R. W.|q(Robert W.),|eeditor 
700 1  Houseman, G. A.,|eeditor 
700 1  McCaffrey, Ken,|eeditor 
700 1  Dor⥬ A. G.|q(Anthony G.),|eeditor 
700 1  Buiter, Susanne J. H.|q(Susanne Janita Henri襴),|d1970-
       |eeditor 
710 2  Geological Society of London,|eissuing body 
776 08 |iPrint version :|z9781786203830 
830  0 Geological Society special publication ;|vno. 470 
830  0 Lyell collection 
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