Sedimentary Cover of the Canadian Shield through Mesozoic Time Reflected by Nd Isotopic and Geochemical Results for the Sverdrup Basin, Arctic Canada

@inproceedings{Patchett2004SedimentaryCO,
  title={Sedimentary Cover of the Canadian Shield through Mesozoic Time Reflected by Nd Isotopic and Geochemical Results for the Sverdrup Basin, Arctic Canada},
  author={P. Jonathan Patchett and Ashton F. Embry and G. Michael Ross and Benoit Beauchamp and J. Christopher Harrison and U. Mayr and Clark E. Isachsen and Eugene Rosenberg and Graham Spence},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract The Sverdrup Basin of the Canadian Arctic Islands contains a sedimentary record, with only short breaks, from Early Carboniferous to Late Cretaceous time and can be used to document the nature of sediments delivered from northern Canada and Greenland. Sm‐Nd isotopic analysis of 72 sedimentary rock samples from the Sverdrup Basin, coupled with trace element characterization, shows that for most of Carboniferous to Late Cretaceous time, the sediment supply in the northern part of North… CONTINUE READING

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