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[1] Significant discrepancies exist between paleomagnetic and geologic estimates of the timing and magnitude of terrane displacement in the southern Canadian Cordillera. Lithostratigraphic,(More)
Annually laminated sediments from the anoxic inner basin of Effingham Inlet, Pacific coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, yield a high-resolution 42 m paleoenvironmental record, from(More)
[1] Geologic and paleomagnetic data lead to two contradictory hypotheses regarding the paleoposition of the Insular and Intermontane Superterranes that presently constitute the western Canadian(More)