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Reinterpreting origins, examining skeletal preservation, and understanding volcanics
Date:12/19/2013

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Sedimentary and volcanic rocks of the Neoproterozoic-Cambrian Chilhowee Group in the Blue Ridge Province of eastern North America are re-interpreted as an analogue for a volcanic rifted margin of the Iapetus Ocean. New data indicates that an older sequence of sediments interbedded with sheets of basalt were deposited in a rapidly subsiding rift margin producing features equivalent to seaward-dipping reflectors (SDRs) noted along modern volcanic rifted margins. These deposits are unconformably overlain by a sequence of shelf deposits that were deposited in relatively low subsidence, analogous to modern shelf deposits that unconformably overlie SDRs. This model is applicable to other areas along the Iapetus Ocean margin and provides insight for viewing cores through modern ocean margins.

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