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Título : Cenozoic volcanism II: the Canary Islands
Autor : Carracedo, Juan Carlos ; Pérez Torrado, Francisco José; Ancochea, Eumenio; Meco, Joaquín; Hernán, Francisco; Cubas, Carmen Rosa; Casillas, Ramón; Rodríguez Badiola, Eduardo ; Ahijado, Agustina
Palabras clave : volcanism
Canary Islands
Fecha de publicación : 2002
Editor: Geological Society of London
Citación : The Geology of Spain
Serie : Geology of Ser. Cap. 18, 439-472
Resumen: Book Description This book provides the first comprehensive account in English of the geology of mainland Spain and the Balearic and Canary Islands. It has been written by 159 research-active, mostly Spanish authors working together in teams from over 20 universities and other centres of research excellence. The 19 chapters begin with an overview of Spanish geology prepared by the editors, followed by a detailed examination of Iberian Precambrian and Palaeozoic rocks in Spain, Variscan magmatism and tectonics, and the Mesozoic and Cenozoic sedimentary and fossil record. Subsequent chapters deal with the Alpine orogeny in the Pyrenees, Betics and other mountain ranges of Spain and the Balearic Islands, and with Cenozoic magmatism, including the classic hot spot-related volcanism of the Canary Islands. The final chapter focuses on economic and environmental geology, emphasising metallic deposits and industrial minerals, hydrocarbon energy resources, water supply, and modern seismic hazard. Finally a bibliography of around 4000 references provide a uniquely valuable information source. Encompassing subjects as diverse as the origin of Spanish granites, the palaeogeographic and tectonometamorphic history of the Iberian plate, human evolution in the SW Mediterranean, and modern volcanism and earthquake activity, The Geology of Spain is a key reference work suitable not only for libraries across the world, but of interest to all researchers, teachers and students of SW European geology.
Descripción : The authors thank C. Stillman, R. Tilling and A. Kerr for long hours dedicated to the careful revision of this chapter and for their very helpful comments.
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10261/3273
ISBN : 978-1-86239-127-7
1-86239-110-6
1-86239-127-0
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