Dataset : Structural data - Aiguilles Rouges - Mont-Blanc massifs

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Quotation

Jonas Vanardois ; Pierre Trap (2022): Structural data - Aiguilles Rouges - Mont-Blanc massifs. Laboratoire Chrono-environnement (UMR 6249). FR-18008901306731-2022-03-15-04

General metadata

Identifier : local : FR-18008901306731-2022-03-15-04
Description :
Field-work structural data (foliations, schistosities and lineations).
Disciplines :
geology (sciences of the universe), geosciences, multidisciplinary (sciences of the universe)
Keywords :

Dates :
Data acquisition : from 2018 to 2021
Metadata record :
Creation : 15 Mar 2022
Update : 17 Mar 2022

Update periodicity : no update
Language : French (fra)
Additional information :
Data produced during Jonas Vanardois' PhD work, supervised by Pierre Trap (MCF in Geology at the Chrono-environnement laboratory) et Didier Marquer (Professeur in geology at the Chrono-environnement laboratory).
Audience : University: licence, University: master, Research

Coverages

Spatial coverage :

Time coverage :

  • Orogénèse Varisque: between 370000000 ±10000000 yr before common era and 290000000 ±10000000 yr before common era

Administrative metadata

Data creatorsAffiliation
Jonas VanardoisChrono-environnement (FRA)
Pierre TrapChrono-environnement (FRA)
ContributorsAffiliationRole
Philippe GoncalvesChrono-environnement (FRA)data collector
Didier MarquerChrono-environnement (FRA)data collector
Publisher : Laboratoire Chrono-environnement (UMR 6249)
Science contact : Pierre Trap website e-mail
Project and funder :
Access : restricted
Access details :
To access the data, please contact the scientific data manager.

Technical metadata

Formats : application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet, text/csv
Data acquisition methods :
Datatype : Dataset

Publications

  • Exhumation of deep continental crust in a transpressive regime: The example of Variscan eclogites from the Aiguilles-Rouges massif (Western Alps) (doi:10.1111/jmg.12659)
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