[GPlates-discuss] Information on Salado Subplate

Sabin Zahirovic sabin.zahirovic at sydney.edu.au
Mon Nov 25 13:25:44 AEDT 2013


Hi Daiane,

The geometry for the Salado Subplate can be found in an older version of the GPlates sample data (accompanying GPlates 0.9.1), but have it attached to this e-mail.

Some other helpful papers include:

Nürnberg, Dirk, and R. Dietmar Müller. "The tectonic evolution of the South Atlantic from Late Jurassic to present." Tectonophysics 191.1 (1991): 27-53.

And perhaps this one:

Torsvik, Trond H., et al. "A new scheme for the opening of the South Atlantic Ocean and the dissection of an Aptian salt basin." Geophysical Journal International 177.3 (2009): 1315-1333.

Hope that helps.

Cheers,
Sabin


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Subject: [GPlates-discuss] Information on Salado Subplate

Hello,

My name is Daiane, from PUCRS University, Brazil, and I am working with Seton's et al. dataset.
I would like to ask you if it would be possible to send me or tell me where I could find the full shape of Salado subplate, since it does not appear in the figures from the paper and so far we could only find its Euler Poles:

290     0.000   0.0000    0.0000    0.0000  202 !  SSS-PRB Salado Subplate-Parana Basin
290   126.700   0.0000    0.0000    0.0000  202 !  SSS-PRB Nuernberg & Mueller 1991
290   131.700 -32.2000  -64.5000    0.7300  202 !  SSS-PRB Nuernberg & Mueller 1991
290   149.500 -32.2000  -64.5000    1.1800  202 !  SSS-PRB Nuernberg & Mueller 1991
290   600.000 -32.2000  -64.5000    1.1800  202 !  SSS-PRB Nuernberg & Mueller 1991

and a small line on the coast on GPlates plotted data (not the full polygon).

Thank you,

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Daiane Hemerich
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PUCRS
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