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    Authors: Poole, Russell;
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    Viking and Medieval Scandinavia
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      Viking and Medieval Scandinavia
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    Authors: Robin A. Buckley; A. Guy Plint; Olivia A. Henderson; Jessica R. Krawetz; +1 Authors

    AbstractRegional mapping of Middle Albian, shallow‐marine clastic strata over ca 100 000 km2 of the Western Canada Foreland Basin was undertaken to investigate the relationship between large‐scale stratal architecture and lithology. Results suggest that, over ca 5 Myr, stratal geometry and facies were dynamically linked to tectonic activity in the adjacent Cordillera. Higher frequency modulation of accommodation is most reasonably ascribed to eustasy. The Harmon and Cadotte alloformations were deposited at the southern end of an embayment of the Arctic Ocean. The Harmon alloformation, forming the lower part of the succession, constitutes a wedge of marine mudstone that thickens westward over 400 km from <5 m near the forebulge to >150 m in the foredeep. Constituent allomembers are also wedge‐shaped but lack distinct clinothems, a rollover point or downlapping geometry. Ubiquitous wave ripples indicate that the sea floor lay above storm wave base. Deposition took place on an extremely low‐gradient ramp, where accommodation was limited by effective wave base. Lobate, river‐dominated deltas fringed the southern margin of the basin. The largest deltas are stacked in the same area, suggesting protracted stability of the feeder river. A buried palaeo‐valley on the underlying sub‐Cretaceous unconformity may have influenced compaction and controlled river location for ca 3 Myr. Adjacent to the western Cordillera, a predominantly mudstone succession is interbedded with abundant storm beds of very fine‐grained sandstone and siltstone that reflect supply from the adjacent orogen. Bioturbation indices in the Harmon alloformation range from zero to six which reflects the influence of stressors related to river‐mouth proximity. Harmon alloformation mudstone grades abruptly upward into marine sandstone and conglomerate of the overlying Cadotte alloformation. The Cadotte is composed of three allomembers ‘CA’ to ‘CC’, that represent the deposits of prograding strandplains 200 × 300 km in extent. Allomembers ‘CA’ and ‘CB’ are strongly sandstone‐dominated, whereas allomember ‘CC’ contains abundant conglomerate in the west. The dominantly aggradational wedge of Harmon alloformation mudstone records flexural subsidence driven by active thickening in the adjacent orogen: the high accommodation rate trapped coarser clastic detritus close to the basin margin. In contrast, the tabular, highly progradational sandstone and conglomerate bodies of the Cadotte alloformation record a low subsidence rate, implying tectonic quiescence in the adjacent orogen. Erosional unloading of the orogen through Cadotte time steepened rivers to the extent that they delivered gravel to the shore. These observations support an ‘anti‐tectonic’ model of gravel supply proposed previously for the United States portion of the Cretaceous foreland basin. Because Cadotte allomembers do not thicken appreciably into the foredeep, accommodation changes that controlled these transgressive–regressive successions were probably of eustatic origin.

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    Authors: Robert Hard; M. Anne Katzenberg;

    The Gulf Coastal Plain of Texas was populated by hunter-gatherers from the Early Archaic (ca. 7000 B.P.) through to the Late Prehistoric period (ca. A.D. 700-1400). In order to characterize past dietary adaptations along the coast and further inland, stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen were analyzed in preserved bone from 198 individuals from mortuary sites. In addition, 140 samples of faunal bone were analyzed to elucidate the stable isotope ecology for each region. The results indicate long-term stability in dietary adaptations with regional variation among coastal, riverine, and inland groups, including an early and, substantial, use of freshwater and marine resources. There is also evidence for constrained mobility and increasing use of plant resources within regions as populations increased in size and density.

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    American Antiquity
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    Authors: Pullar, Gordon L.; Knecht, Richard A.; Haakanson, Sven;

    La présence sugpiaq dans l’archipel Kodiak remonte à au moins 7500 ans. Les Sugpiat ont cependant subi d’intenses pressions sur leur identité et leur culture avec la violente conquête russe de 1784 suivie par la colonisation russe et américaine. Consciente qu’il fallait recourir à des moyens radicaux pour préserver le patrimoine sugpiaq de l’île Kodiak, la Kodiak Area Native Association a entrepris un mouvement de revitalisation culturelle, dont la pièce maîtresse fut l’ouverture, en 1995, d’un musée autochtone d’avant-garde. Cet essai relate l’expérience de trois participants au début d’un processus qui a transformé le paysage culturel de l’île Kodiak. The Sugpiat people have lived in the Kodiak Archipelago for at least 7,500 years, but suffered extraordinary pressure on their cultural identity beginning with violent Russian conquest in 1784 and followed by Russian and American colonisation. Recognising that drastic actions were needed to preserve Sugpiaq heritage, the Kodiak Area Native Association began a cultural revitalisation movement. The centrepiece was a Native-owned state-of-the-art museum that opened in 1995. This essay recounts the stories of three participants in the beginning of a process that has transformed the cultural landscape of Kodiak.

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    Études/Inuit/Studies; Érudit
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    Authors: Andrew Bevan; James Conolly; C Hennig; Alan Johnston; +3 Authors

    This paper considers how to make the most out of the rather imprecise chronological knowledge that we often have about the past. We focus here on the relative dating of artefacts during archaeological fieldwork, with particular emphasis on new ways to express and analyse chronological uncertainty. A probabilistic method for assigning artefacts to particular chronological periods is advocated and implemented for a large pottery data set from an intensive survey of the Greek island of Antikythera. We also highlight several statistical methods for exploring how uncertainty is shared amongst different periods in this data set and how these observed associations can prompt more sensitive interpretations of landscape‐scale patterns. The concluding discussion re‐emphasizes why these issues are relevant to wider methodological debates in archaeological field practice.

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    Archaeometry
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    Authors: L John Schreiner; O Holmes; G Salomons;

    One component of clinical treatment validation, for example in the commissioning of new radiotherapy techniques or in patient specific quality assurance, is the evaluation and verification of planned and delivered dose distributions. Gamma and related tests (such as the chi evaluation) have become standard clinical tools for such work. Both functions provide quantitative comparisons between dose distributions, combining dose difference and distance to agreement criteria. However, there are some practical considerations in their utilization that can compromise the integrity of the tests, and these are occasionally overlooked especially when the tests are too readily adopted from commercial software. In this paper we review the evaluation tools and describe some practical concerns. The intent is to provide users with some guidance so that their use of these evaluations will provide valid rapid analysis and visualization of the agreement between planned and delivered dose distributions.

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  • Authors: Tomas Feininger;

    Why do mineralogists and geologists take time and expend effort to review books in their field for publication in widely read professional journals such as The Canadian Mineralogist ? On the one hand, the exercise is to make known and praise outstanding and useful books. On the other, it is to pan

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    Authors: Jones, B.;

    Abstract Many spring deposits throughout the world are characterized by spectacular deposits of calcium carbonate that are formed of various combinations of aragonite and calcite, and in very rare cases vaterite. The factors that control the precipitation of the aragonite and calcite have been the subject of considerable debate that has been based on natural precipitates and information gained from numerous laboratory experiments. Synthesis of this information indicates that there is probably no single universal factor that controls calcite and aragonite precipitation in all springs. Instead, the reason for aragonite as opposed to calcite precipitation should be ascertained by considering the following ordered series of possibilities for each system. First, aragonite, commonly with calcite as a co-precipitate, will form from spring water that has a high CO 2 content and rapid CO 2 degassing, irrespective of the Mg:Ca ratio and scale of precipitation. Second, aragonite can be precipitated from waters that have low levels of CO 2 degassing provided that the Mg:Ca ratio is high enough to inhibit calcite precipitation. Third, the presence of biofilms may lead to the simultaneous precipitation of aragonite and calcite (irrespective of CO 2 degassing or Mg:Ca ratio) either within the different microdomains that develop in the biofilm or because of diurnal changes in various geochemical parameters associated with the biofilm. Although the precipitation of calcite and aragonite has commonly been linked directly to water temperature, there is no clear evidence for this proposition. It is possible, however, that temperature may be influencing another parameter that plays a more direct role in the precipitation of these CaCO 3 polymorphs. Despite the advances that have been made, the factors that ultimately control calcite and aragonite are still open to debate because this long-standing problem has still not been fully resolved.

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    Sedimentary Geology
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    Authors: Wenbin Tang; Yuanyuan Zhang; Georgia Pe-Piper; David J.W. Piper; +2 Authors

    Abstract The Permian to early Triassic terrestrial successions in the Mahu sag constrain the tectonic evolution of northwestern edge of the Junggar basin. This study analyzes the sequence stratigraphy of the Mahu sag in order to understand the interplay between tectonic process and the sedimentary fill of the basin. It uses detailed analysis of drill cores, geophysical well logs, 2D seismic reflection profiles and isopach maps. Sixteen lithofacies are grouped into three facies associations: fan delta, fluvial delta and lacustrine. The Permian to Triassic strata are organized into two second-order transgressive-regressive (T-R) sequences, further separated into transgressive systems tracts (TST) and regressive system tracts (RST). Based on seismic profiles, paleogeographic facies distribution and isopach maps, two stages of tectonic evolution are recognized: 1) early Permian syn-rift to middle Permian post-rift; 2) late Permian to early Triassic tectonic inversion. During the early Permian, sediments of TST1 record two cycles of depositional system transition from fan delta to deep lacustrine setting within the half-graben structure shown by 2D seismic profiles. At this time, tectonic mechanical subsidence exceeded sediment supply. The middle Permian post-rift stage (RST2) is characterized by gradual and slow peneplanation, which is documented by sediment supply exceeding thermal subsidence, so that the location of depocenter shifted and the depositional system transitioned from lacustrine to fan delta setting. Late Permian-early Triassic tectonic inversion is demonstrated by a striking change of the sediment dispersal patterns along the Hong-Che, Ke-Bai and Wu-Xia fault zones and alluvial fan deposition at the base of TST2. Tectonism is the main factor controlling sediment dispersal, paleogeographic evolution and hence hydrocarbon accumulation, providing a new perspective to oil and gas exploration and development in the Mahu sag.

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    Marine and Petroleum Geology
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    Authors: L. R. Fyffe; Cees R. van Staal; P. Valverde-Vaquero; Vicki McNicoll;

    The Stanley Brook Granite on Grand Manan Island has yielded an Early Cambrian U-Pb zircon age of 535 ± 2 Ma. The granite was emplaced into sedimentary rocks of the Flagg Cove Formation of the Castalia Group, proving that the latter is no younger than Early Cambrian. Previous dating of detrital zircons from the Flagg Cove Formation limits its maximum depositional age to be no older than 574 ± 7 Ma. The intrusive age of the Stanley Brook Granite is essentially identical to the 539 ± 3 Ma age obtained previously from dacitic tuff of the Priest Cove Formation, suggesting a comagmatic relationship between the two. The contact between the Flagg Cove and Priest Cove formations is invariably faulted. However, the consanguineous relationship between the Priest Cove Formation and Stanley Brook Granite suggests that the Priest Cove Formation was deposited on the Flagg Cove Formation. This proposed stratigraphic relationship supports the interpretation that the tuffaceous and volcaniclastic sedimentary rocks of the Priest Cove Formation represent a distal facies of the mafic flows and fragmental volcanic rocks of the Ross Island Formation. The age of the Stanley Brook Granite is consistent with the interpretation that Mesoproterozoic (?) to Neoproterozoic platformal carbonate rocks of the Brookville terrane represent basement to Neoproterozoic volcanic rocks of the New River terrane. RÉSUMÉ L’âge U-Pb sur zircon du granite du ruisseau Stanley, sur l’île Grand Manan, se situerait à environ 535 ± 2 Ma et remonterait au début du Cambrien. Ce granite a été mis en place dans les roches sédimentaires de la Formation de Flagg Cove du groupe de Castalia, ce qui établirait que cette dernière formation date tout au plus du début du Cam-brien. Les travaux de datation précédents des zircons détritiques de la Formation de Flagg Cove ont fixé l’âge maximal de la sédimentation à 574 ± 7 Ma, tout au plus. Pour l’essentiel, l’âge de l’intrusion du granite du ruisseau Stanley correspond à l’âge de 539 ± 3 Ma déjà déterminé pour le tuf dacitique de la Formation de Priest Cove, ce qui donnerait à penser qu’il y a une relation comagmatique entre les deux. La zone de contact entre les formations de Flagg Cove et de Priest Cove est pratiquement toujours faillée. Toutefois, l’origine commune de la Formation de Priest Cove et du granite du ruisseau Stanley porte à croire que la sédimentation de la Formation de Priest Cove s’est superposée à la Formation de Flagg Cove. Ce lien au plan stratigraphique viendrait corroborer l’interprétation voulant que les roches sédimentaires tufacées et volcanoclastiques de la Formation de Priest Cove sont de fait un faciès éloigné des coulées mafiques et des roches volcanoclastiques de la Formation de Ross Island. L’âge établi pour le granite du ruisseau Stanley va dans le sens de l’interprétation voulant que les roches carbonatées dans la succession de plateformes du Mésoprotérozoïque (?) au Néoprotérozoïque du terrane de Brookville forment le socle des roches volcaniques du Néoprotérozoïque du terrane de New River. [Traduit par la redaction]

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    Viking and Medieval Scandinavia
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    Authors: Robin A. Buckley; A. Guy Plint; Olivia A. Henderson; Jessica R. Krawetz; +1 Authors

    AbstractRegional mapping of Middle Albian, shallow‐marine clastic strata over ca 100 000 km2 of the Western Canada Foreland Basin was undertaken to investigate the relationship between large‐scale stratal architecture and lithology. Results suggest that, over ca 5 Myr, stratal geometry and facies were dynamically linked to tectonic activity in the adjacent Cordillera. Higher frequency modulation of accommodation is most reasonably ascribed to eustasy. The Harmon and Cadotte alloformations were deposited at the southern end of an embayment of the Arctic Ocean. The Harmon alloformation, forming the lower part of the succession, constitutes a wedge of marine mudstone that thickens westward over 400 km from <5 m near the forebulge to >150 m in the foredeep. Constituent allomembers are also wedge‐shaped but lack distinct clinothems, a rollover point or downlapping geometry. Ubiquitous wave ripples indicate that the sea floor lay above storm wave base. Deposition took place on an extremely low‐gradient ramp, where accommodation was limited by effective wave base. Lobate, river‐dominated deltas fringed the southern margin of the basin. The largest deltas are stacked in the same area, suggesting protracted stability of the feeder river. A buried palaeo‐valley on the underlying sub‐Cretaceous unconformity may have influenced compaction and controlled river location for ca 3 Myr. Adjacent to the western Cordillera, a predominantly mudstone succession is interbedded with abundant storm beds of very fine‐grained sandstone and siltstone that reflect supply from the adjacent orogen. Bioturbation indices in the Harmon alloformation range from zero to six which reflects the influence of stressors related to river‐mouth proximity. Harmon alloformation mudstone grades abruptly upward into marine sandstone and conglomerate of the overlying Cadotte alloformation. The Cadotte is composed of three allomembers ‘CA’ to ‘CC’, that represent the deposits of prograding strandplains 200 × 300 km in extent. Allomembers ‘CA’ and ‘CB’ are strongly sandstone‐dominated, whereas allomember ‘CC’ contains abundant conglomerate in the west. The dominantly aggradational wedge of Harmon alloformation mudstone records flexural subsidence driven by active thickening in the adjacent orogen: the high accommodation rate trapped coarser clastic detritus close to the basin margin. In contrast, the tabular, highly progradational sandstone and conglomerate bodies of the Cadotte alloformation record a low subsidence rate, implying tectonic quiescence in the adjacent orogen. Erosional unloading of the orogen through Cadotte time steepened rivers to the extent that they delivered gravel to the shore. These observations support an ‘anti‐tectonic’ model of gravel supply proposed previously for the United States portion of the Cretaceous foreland basin. Because Cadotte allomembers do not thicken appreciably into the foredeep, accommodation changes that controlled these transgressive–regressive successions were probably of eustatic origin.

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    Authors: Robert Hard; M. Anne Katzenberg;

    The Gulf Coastal Plain of Texas was populated by hunter-gatherers from the Early Archaic (ca. 7000 B.P.) through to the Late Prehistoric period (ca. A.D. 700-1400). In order to characterize past dietary adaptations along the coast and further inland, stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen were analyzed in preserved bone from 198 individuals from mortuary sites. In addition, 140 samples of faunal bone were analyzed to elucidate the stable isotope ecology for each region. The results indicate long-term stability in dietary adaptations with regional variation among coastal, riverine, and inland groups, including an early and, substantial, use of freshwater and marine resources. There is also evidence for constrained mobility and increasing use of plant resources within regions as populations increased in size and density.

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    Authors: Pullar, Gordon L.; Knecht, Richard A.; Haakanson, Sven;

    La présence sugpiaq dans l’archipel Kodiak remonte à au moins 7500 ans. Les Sugpiat ont cependant subi d’intenses pressions sur leur identité et leur culture avec la violente conquête russe de 1784 suivie par la colonisation russe et américaine. Consciente qu’il fallait recourir à des moyens radicaux pour préserver le patrimoine sugpiaq de l’île Kodiak, la Kodiak Area Native Association a entrepris un mouvement de revitalisation culturelle, dont la pièce maîtresse fut l’ouverture, en 1995, d’un musée autochtone d’avant-garde. Cet essai relate l’expérience de trois participants au début d’un processus qui a transformé le paysage culturel de l’île Kodiak. The Sugpiat people have lived in the Kodiak Archipelago for at least 7,500 years, but suffered extraordinary pressure on their cultural identity beginning with violent Russian conquest in 1784 and followed by Russian and American colonisation. Recognising that drastic actions were needed to preserve Sugpiaq heritage, the Kodiak Area Native Association began a cultural revitalisation movement. The centrepiece was a Native-owned state-of-the-art museum that opened in 1995. This essay recounts the stories of three participants in the beginning of a process that has transformed the cultural landscape of Kodiak.

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