Book Review: Terrane processes at the margins of Gondwana

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    As a relative newcomer to tectonic processes along the Gondwanan margin, I have been eagerly awaiting a publication such as this that seeks to synthesize data from many areas and by many workers. The scope of the book is massive and follows from several specialist meetings and contributes directly to a number of organised programmes, by the British Antarctic Survey (SPARC) and the International Geological Correlation Project 436 (‘Pacific Gondwana Margin’). As such, this leaves the reader in no doubt as to the veracity of the data and particularly as each chapter is peer reviewed by internationally renowned researchers, as is common practice for the Geological
    Society Special Publications. Editors A.P.M. Vaughan, P.T. Leat and R.J. Pankhurst, Geological Society of London Special Publication, 2005, ISBN 1-86239-179-3. 456 pages. £95/$171 (members £47.50/$103)
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)155-156
    JournalAntarctic Science
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - 2006


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