Total geological history

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the approach
using the approach
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Part 1
Expand/Collapse Item Tectonic models
World map
major elements
collision mechanisms
intraplate setting
cratons
mobile belts
platform sediments & basins
divergent plate boundary
continental rifts
oceanic rifts
convergent plate boundary
accretionary prisms
fold and thrust belts
magmatic arcs
collision complexes
foreland basins
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igneous
basic volcanics
acid volcanics
plutonic intrusions
sedimentary
continental huvial, colluvial & lacustrine
continental deltaic & coal measures
shelf carbonates & evaporates
deep marine & continental slope
structural
normal faults
strike slip faults
thrust faults
Joints in undeformed sediments
open folds and joints
plastic folds with clevage
multiple folds and shears
tectonised melange
metamorphic
schists and phyllites
gneisses and migmatites
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Valley glaciation
Continental glaciation
Periglacial
Temperate climate
Hot dry climate
Hot wet climate
Costal
soluble rock
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Techtonic models
Site scale models
related case histories
Predictions


Part 2
Expand/Collapse ItemApproches to site investigation
the method
approches
staged understanding
Optimum expenditure
our approach
project organisation
  Terzaghi & Peck
 Matheson & Keir
 Stapledon
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Global processes
Stratigraphic Column
Tectonic Elements
Plate Tectonics
Sedimentary Basins
Core and Crust
The Global Tectonic Models
History of the Earth
Precambrian
Palaeozoic and Mesozoic
Cenozoic
Quaternary
Glaciation
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Introduction
Global Tectonic Models
Site Scale Models
Geological Models
Geomorphological Models

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Last revised: 04 Mar 2001