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Appendix A 23 North American Continent-Ocean Transects: TitIes, Authors, and Publication Plan A3 B1 B2 B3 Transect Titles and A?~thors A2 Kodiak to Kuskokwim, Alaska- Roland von Huene, Stephen Box, Bob Detterman, Michae! Fisher, Casey Moore, and Hans PuIpan Gulf of Alaska to the Arctic OceanA. Grantz, T.E. Moore, and S.M. Roeske Intermontane Belt (Skeena Mountains) to Insular Belt (Queen CharIotte Islands) C.~. Yorath, G.~. Woodsworth, R.P. Riddihough, R.G. Currie, R.D. Hyndman, C.G. Rogers, D.A. Seemann, and A.D. Collins Juan de Fuca Plate to Alberta Plains J.W.H. Monger, R.M. Clowes R.A. Price, P.S. Simony, R.P. Riddihough, and G.~. Woodsworth Juan de Fuca Spreading Ridge to Montana Thrust Belt Darrell S. Cowan and Christopher J. Potter, with contributions by M.T. Brandon, D.M. Fountain, D.W. Hyndman, S.Y. Johnson, B.T.R. Lewis, K.~. McCIain, and D.A. Swanson C1 Mendocino Triple Junction to North American Craton M.C. Blake, Jr., R.l.. Bruhn, E.~. Miller, E.M. Moores, S.B. Smithson, and R.C. Speed, with contributions by Andrew Griscom, D.P. Hill, C.A. Hurich, D.~. Jones, A.H. Lachenbruch, D.S. McCulloch, K.D. Nelson, 3.B. SaTeeby, R.B. Smith, D.A. Stauber, C.M. Wentworth, and M.L. Zoback Central CaTifornia Offshore to Colorado Plateau J.B. Saleeby, with con- tributions by R.C. Speed, M.C. Blake, R.W. Alimendinger, P.B. Gans, R.W. Kistler, D.C. Ross, D.A. Stauber, M.L. Zoback, A. Griscom, D.S. McCulloch, A.H. Lachenbruch, R.B. Smith, and D.P. Hill Pacific abyssal plain to Rio Grande rift D.G. Ho~`rell, 3.D. Gibson, G.S. Fuis, J.H. Knapp, G.B. Haxel, B.R. Keller, L.T. Silver, and J.G. Vedder 81

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82 D1 D2 D3 D4 E1 E2 E3 Ed E5 F1 F2 G H1 H2 H3 Northern Appalachians: (West sheet) Grenville Province, Quebec, to Newfoundland R.T. Haworth, H. Williams, and C.E. Keen Northern Appalachians: (East sheet) Rifted margin offshore northeast Newfoundland C.E. Keen and R.T. Haworth, with contributions by H. Slade and W. Kay Transform margin south of Grand Banks: Offshore eastern CanadaC.E. Keen and R.T. Haworth Rifted continental margin off Nova Scotia: Offshore eastern Canada C.E. Keen and R.T. Haworth Rifted continental margin off Labrador- C.E. Keen and R.T. Haworth Adirondacks to Georges Bank James B. Thompson, Jr., W.A. Bothner Peter Robinson, K.D. Klitgord, J.S. Schiee, and Y.W. Isachsen New York Appalachian Basin to Baltimore Canyon Trough A.A. Drake Jr., J.A. Grow, N. RatcTiffe, R.T. Faill, and W. Manspeizer Pittsburgh to Baltimore Canyon Trough Lynn GIover III, K. Klitgord, and J.K. Costain Central Kentucky to the Carolina Trough D.W. Rankin, W.P. Dillon, D.F.B. Black, S.E. Bayer, D.~. Daniels, R. Goldsmith, J.A. Grow, J.W Horton, Jr., D.R. Hutchinson, K.D. Klitgord, R.C. McDowell, D.J. Milton J.P. Owens, and J.D. Phillips Cumberiand Plateau to Blake PlateauR.D. Hatcher, Jr., W.D. Dillon, F. Cook, D. Co~quhoun, C. Merschat, R.C. Milici, A.E. Nelson, D.T. Secor, R. Sheridan, A.W. Snake, and W.S. Wiener Ouachita Orogen to Yucatan R.T. Buffler, C.D. Winker, D.B. Rosenthal, G.W. Viele, S. Suter, R.~. Lillie, A.E. Miles, R.H. Pilger, R.~. Nicholas J.S. Watkins, R.G. Martin, and D.S. Sawyer Mississippi to Cuba W.A. Thomas, R.G. Martin, and R.T. Buffler Somerset Island to Canada Basin J.F. Sweeney, with contributions by H.R. Balkwill, R. Franklin, UIrich Mayr, P. McGrath, E. Snow, L.W. Sobczak, R.~. Wetmiller, and Panarctic Oils, Ltd., Calgary, Alberta La Paz to Saltillo, Northwestern and Northern Mexico" Luis-Migue} Mitre-Salazar, and Jaime Roldan-Quintana, with contributions by F. Ortega-G., G. Sanchez-it., M. de la Fuente, B. Colleta, F. McDowell, C.D. Henry, and E.R. Swanson Acapulco to Tuxpan across the CentralMexican PlateauG. Sanchez, F. Ortega, and L.-M. Mitre Acapulco Trench to Gulf of Mexico across Southern Mexico Fernando Ortega-Gutierrez, with contributions by Luis-Migue} Mitre-Salazar, Jaime Roldan-Quintana, Gerardo Sanchez-Rubio, and M. de la Fuente A: . I,

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83 Publication Plan by the Geological Society of America fGSA} Products of the North American Continent-Ocean Transect Program are being published by the Geological Society of America (GSA) as part of the publication series of the Decade of North American Geology, in three parts: 1. The 23 transects maps, sections, and text. 2. Compiled tectonic section displaya separate display of the tectonic sections for all 23 transects. 3. Phanerozoic Evolution of North American Continent-Ocean Transitions- a 12-chapter book interpreting structure and tectonics of continent-ocean transitions around North America over the last 700 million years. The transects and the compiled tectonic display are published in a series with titles "Centennial Continent-Ocean Transect #1" et seq. The GSA transect number reflects sequence of publication; it appears on the envelope of the transect and is used in GSA catalogues. The transect number of the North American Continent-Ocean Transects Program is included as part of the title of each transect (see above in this appendix, and in the text of this report). The relations between the basic transect numbers and the GSA numbers, through mid 1989, are shown below. (In parentheses: anticipated numbers of transects in press.) North American GSA Continent-Ocean Transect Transect Number Number A2 AS B1 B2 B3 C1 C2 ........................... 10 C3 D1 D2 D3 D4 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 F1 G H1 H2 H3 7 9 12 5 11 ........................... (13) ........................... (14)

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