Creative Commons license Cours Cycle de Wilson [Feb. 24, 2020]


Second chapitre du cours de L2 SVT Mer Structure et évolution géologique des océans sur le cycle de Wilson.

Livres :
Debelmas, J., Mascle, G., Basile, C. 2008. Les grandes structures géologiques, 5e édition. Dunod, Paris, 322 pp.
Robert, C. M. 2009. Global sedimentology of the ocean - an interplay between geodynamics and paleoenvironment. In Chamley, H. (Ed.) Developments in Marine Geology, volume three. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 487 pp.

Articles :
Burke, K., 2011. Plate tectonics, the Wilson cycle, and mantle plumes: Geodynamics from the top. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 39, 1-29.
Coltice, N., Husson, L., Faccenna, C., Arnould, M., 2019. What drives tectonic plates? Science Advances 5, eaax4295.
Dewey, J.F., Burke, K., 1974. Hot Spots and Continental Break-up: Implications for Collisional Orogeny. Geology 2, 57-60.
Merdith, A.S., Williams, S.E., Brune, S., Collins, A.S., Müller, R.D., 2019. Rift and plate boundary evolution across two supercontinent cycles. Global and Planetary Change 173, 1-14.
Vine, F.J., Matthews, D.H. 1963. Magnetic anomalies over oceanic ridges. Nature, 4897, 947-949.
Wilson, J.T., 1966. Did the Atlantic Close and then Re-Open? Nature 211, 676.

Site web (cours, figures, conférences) :
Deparis, V. 2011. Histoire de la théorie de la tectonique des plaques.
Sacco, L. 2008. On a simulé la formation d'un supercontinent.
Scotese, C.R. 2010. Paleomap project.

Tags: mer svt tectonique des plaques




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