Paleomagnetism of Toarcian Hazelton Group Volcanic Rocks in the Yehiniko Lake Area (104g/:11,

Abstract

implications of the:.e apparent large-scale hlock rotations and the apparent lack of latitudinal displacement relativc to North America. Recent geochronomelry and detailed mapping carried out a r ~ ~ u n d the Bowser Basin have advanczd the concept that the Hazelton Group represents everal volcanic episodes, perhaps related to discrete island arcs (e.,?.. Anderson ancl Thorkelson, 1990: Brown and Greig, IYYO; Diakow, 19YI); Maclntyre i'/ d.. 10x9). As a consequence, paleomagnetism is ideally suited I O providc a quantitative test of paleogeographic reconstructions and of tec-

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@inproceedings{Vandall2002PaleomagnetismOT, title={Paleomagnetism of Toarcian Hazelton Group Volcanic Rocks in the Yehiniko Lake Area (104g/:11,}, author={T . A . Vandall and D . A . Brown}, year={2002} }