Stratigraphic evolution of the Neoproterozoic Callison Lake Formation: Linking the break-up of Rodinia to the Islay carbon isotope excursion

@article{Strauss2015StratigraphicEO,
  title={Stratigraphic evolution of the Neoproterozoic Callison Lake Formation: Linking the break-up of Rodinia to the Islay carbon isotope excursion},
  author={Justin V. Strauss and Francis A. Macdonald and Galen P. Halverson and Nicholas J. Tosca and Daniel P. Schrag and Andrew H. Knoll},
  journal={American Journal of Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={315},
  pages={881 - 944}
}
The ∼780 to 540 Ma Windermere Supergroup of western North America records the protracted development of the western Laurentian passive margin and provides insights into the nature, timing, and kinematics of Rodinia's fragmentation. Here we present a refined tectono- and chemo-stratigraphic model for circa 780 to 720 Ma sedimentation in NW Canada through a study of the Callison Lake Formation (formalized herein) of the Mount Harper Group, spectacularly exposed in the Coal Creek and Hart River… 

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