Derek Thorkelson
Derek Thorkelson
Professor Emeritus, Earth Sciences, Simon Fraser University
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Subduction of diverging plates and the principles of slab window formation
DJ Thorkelson
Tectonophysics 255 (1-2), 47-63, 1996
Partial melting of slab window margins: genesis of adakitic and non-adakitic magmas
DJ Thorkelson, K Breitsprecher
Lithos 79 (1-2), 25-41, 2005
Cordilleran slab windows
DJ Thorkelson, RP Taylor
Geology 17 (9), 833-836, 1989
Cenozoic to Recent plate configurations in the Pacific Basin: Ridge subduction and slab window magmatism in western North America
JK Madsen, DJ Thorkelson, RM Friedman, DD Marshall
Geosphere 2 (1), 11-34, 2006
Cocos-Nazca slab window beneath central America
ST Johnston, DJ Thorkelson
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 146 (3-4), 465-474, 1997
Neogene kinematic history of Nazca–Antarctic–Phoenix slab windows beneath Patagonia and the Antarctic Peninsula
K Breitsprecher, DJ Thorkelson
Tectonophysics 464 (1-4), 10-20, 2009
Introduction: An overview of ridge-trench interactions in modern and ancient settings
VB Sisson, TL Pavlis, SM Roeske, DJ Thorkelson
Special Papers-Geological Society of America, 1-18, 2003
Pan-continental river system draining Grenville Orogen recorded by U-Pb and Sm-Nd geochronology of Neoproterozoic quartzarenites and mudrocks, northwestern Canada
RH Rainbird, VJ McNicoll, RJ Theriault, LM Heaman, JG Abbott, ...
The Journal of Geology 105 (1), 1-17, 1997
Large (1000 to 4000 km) northward movements of tectonic domains in the northern Cordillera, 83 to 45 Ma
E Irving, PJ Wynne, DJ Thorkelson, P Schiarizza
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 101 (B8), 17901-17916, 1996
Geochemical confirmation of the Kula-Farallon slab window beneath the Pacific Northwest in Eocene time
K Breitsprecher, DJ Thorkelson, WG Groome, J Dostal
Geology 31 (4), 351-354, 2003
Mantle flow through the Northern Cordilleran slab window revealed by volcanic geochemistry
DJ Thorkelson, JK Madsen, CL Sluggett
Geology 39 (3), 267-270, 2011
Early and middle Proterozoic evolution of Yukon, Canada
DJ Thorkelson, JG Abbott, JK Mortensen, RA Creaser, ME Villeneuve, ...
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 42 (6), 1045-1071, 2005
Early Proterozoic magmatism in Yukon, Canada: constraints on the evolution of northwestern Laurentia
DJ Thorkelson, JK Mortensen, RA Creaser, GJ Davidson, JG Abbott
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 38 (10), 1479-1494, 2001
Early Mesoproterozoic intrusive breccias in Yukon, Canada: the role of hydrothermal systems in reconstructions of North America and Australia
DJ Thorkelson, JK Mortensen, GJ Davidson, RA Creaser, WA Perez, ...
Precambrian Research 111 (1-4), 31-55, 2001
Eocene granitoids of northern Turkey: Polybaric magmatism in an evolving arc–slab window system
Y Eyuboglu, FO Dudas, D Thorkelson, DC Zhu, Z Liu, N Chatterjee, K Yi, ...
Gondwana Research 50, 311-345, 2017
The three-dimensional thermo-mechanical signature of ridge subduction and slab window migration
WG Groome, DJ Thorkelson
Tectonophysics 464 (1-4), 70-83, 2009
Eocene adakitic volcanism in southern British Columbia: remelting of arc basalt above a slab window
RB Ickert, DJ Thorkelson, DD Marshall, TD Ullrich
Tectonophysics 464 (1-4), 164-185, 2009
A review of iron oxide copper-gold deposits, with focus on the Wernecke Breccias, Yukon, Canada, as an example of a non-magmatic end member and implications for IOCG genesis …
JA Hunt, T Baker, DJ Thorkelson
Exploration and Mining Geology 16 (3-4), 209-232, 2007
Geology and mineral occurrences of the Slats Creek, Fairchild Lake and" Dolores Creek" areas, Wernecke Mountains (106D/16, 106C/13, 106C/14), Yukon Territory
DJ Thorkelson, CA Wallace
Minister of Indian Affairs & Northern Development, Yukon Region, Exploration …, 2000
Paleomagnetism of the Spences Bridge Group and northward displacement of the Intermontane Belt, British Columbia: A second look
E Irving, DJ Thorkelson, PM Wheadon, RJ Enkin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 100 (B4), 6057-6071, 1995
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