|Series||Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 70-63|
|Contributions||Symons, D.T.A., Schwarz, E.J.|
Errata: Displacement of Vancouver Island: paleomagnetic evidence from the Karmutsen formation. /// — SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS — the magnetic Iron-ore on the West Coast of Vancouver Island, le of the contact metamorphic type, formed by the in-trusion ef rocks of Upper Jurassic-age into the rooks of the Vancouver group, consisting of limestones and volcanic flows and : Freleigh Fitz Osborne. JOURNAL OF GEODYNAMICS 2, () PALEOMAGNETISM OF THE WESTCOAST COMPLEX AND THE GEOTECTONICS OF THE VANCOUVER ISLAND SEGMENT OF THE WRANGELLIAN SUBTERRANE D. T. A. SYMONS Department of Geology, University of Windsor Windsor, Ontario, Canada N9B 3P4 (Accepted February 5, ) ABSTRACT Symons, D. T. A., Cited by: 6. Further thermal demagnetization data from 24 sites in the Jurassic Island Intrusions also defines two high blocking temperature components. of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, a part of the.
The Westcoast Crystalline Complex (WCC), Island Intrusions, and Bonanza Group of Vancouver Island, Canada, form three different crustal levels of the Early to Middle Jurassic Bonanza island arc. Canada Map A Paleomagnetism of the Juras-sic Island Intrusions of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Intrusions of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. early Jurassic, Chilwa Island. Jurassic aged Island Intrusion granite with a quartz-feldspar Up-thrusting of Nanaimo Group Rocks onto Vancouver Island. Cross-section from the edge of the North American plate at the subduction front, across Vancouver Island to the Strait of Georgia. Title: Geology of British Columbia and Vancouver Island. This guide book has been prepared for the geological field trip on Vancouver Island, preceding the Annual Meeting, Vancouver , of the Geological Association of Canada. It consists of two parts. The first part, after a brief historical introduction, summarizes what is known about Vancouver Island .
Similar discoveries, from other bodies mainly intrusions in British Columbia [Symons, ], led Rees et al.  to build on the speculations of Beck and Noson  to propose that the. 1. Paleomagnetism of the Jurassic Island intrusions of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. 2. A paleomagnetic study of the Nipissing Diabase, Blind River-Elliot Lake Area, Ontario. 3. Magnetochemcial aspects of the heating of red and gren beds. Symons, D. T. A. and E. J. Schwarz. J. W. H. Monger, R. A. Price, Comment [on “Paleomagnetism of the Upper Cretaceous strata of Mount Tatlow: Evidence for km of northward displacement of the eastern Coast Belt, British Columbia” by P. J. Wynne et al., and on “Paleomagnetism of the Spences Bridge Group and northward displacement of the Intermontane Belt, British. Cretaceous strata are distributed widely across Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia (Haggart, , Haggart, ), with major outcrop belts found in the Langara Island to White Point region on the northwest coast, and in the Skidegate Inlet and Cumshewa Inlet areas of the central part of the islands ().Cretaceous strata are inferred to be distributed also in the offshore regions.