Mount Feather Sirius Group Core Workshop and Collaborative Sample Analysis
This report details procedures and results from an integrated study of a Sirius Group deposit from Mount Feather in the Dry Valleys region of the Transantarctic Mountains The objectives of the study were to: 1. More closely ...
Transantarctic Mountains TRANsition Zone (TAM TRANZ Project): Multidisciplinary Research in the Central and Southern Transantarctic Mountains
Lyons, W. Berry; Elliot, David H.; Everett, Lynn R. (2007)
Geodynamic Evolution of the Transantarctic Mountains and the West Antarctica Rift System: Proceedings of a Workshop
The workshop "Geodynamic Evolution of the Transantarctic Mountains and West Antarctic Rift System" was convened to provide a forum for discussion of future research on Antarctic rifting processes. The workshop drew on the ...
Earth Science Research Objectives: Central and Southern Transantarctic Mountains
Elliot, David H.; Collinson, James W.; Hammer, William R. (1998)
The workshop on the Central and Southern Transantarctic Mountains was convened to assess the important geological objectives that might be addressed by concentrating logistic support at a limited number of sites. The ...
Stratigraphy and Sedimentation of Lower Beacon Rocks in the Central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica
Lindsay, John F. (1969-08)
The horizontally bedded lower Beacon rocks of the Queen Alexandra,Queen Elizabeth, and Holland Ranges rest unconformably on the highly deformed Precambrian to Lower Paleozoic basement complex. The sequence is divided into ...
Glacial Geology and Late Cenozoic History of the Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica
Mayewski, Paul A. (1975-11)
A glacial geology for the Transantarctic Mountains is determined, based on a comparison of glacial deposits in the Queen Maud Mountains and along the nunataks at the heads of the ice-free valleys of southern Victoria Land ...
Provenance and Alteration of the Triassic Fremouw and Falla Formations, Central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica
Vavra, Charles L. (1984)
The Fremouw and Falla Formations are part of a thick sequence of alluvial sediments that accumulated in a foreland basin (foredeep) between the Antarctic craton and the Gondwanian orogen, an Andean-type mountain belt along ...