subterrane

subterrane

(ˈsʌbtəˌreɪn) or

subterrene

n
(Physical Geography) an underground cave; a chamber or region beneath the ground. Also called: subterrain
adj
a variant of subterranean
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So far, Botswana Diamonds's Thorny River partner Subterrane has identified five target areas within the project.
"The company pioneering the work, Subterrane, believe they have identified five targets likely to be kimberlites.
The topics include Tonian and Silurian magmatism in Nordaustlandet: Svalbard's place in the Caledonian orogen, a aeromagnetic high-resolution survey over the Vendom Fiord region of Ellesmere Island in the Canadian high Arctic, geochemical constraints on the provenance of pre-Mississippian sedimentary rocks in the North Slope subterrane of Yukon and Alaska, and evidence for subtropical warmth during the early Eocene in Beaufort-Mackenzie in the Northwest Territories of the Canadian Arctic.
In this subterrane (D.T1) fold axes has shown E-W terrane (Figure 2).
One of the evidence of this event is dynamic metamorphism shows slatting and also proceeds phillitic rock, also metamorphism about sub green shist facies has been formed in T.C.1 subterrane. In this area there are some thrust that they are the boundary between, folds with SWvengeance (figure 6) these folds have the some offspring with the thrust, figure 7 has shown its diagram.
and Friedman, R.M., 1992, New U-Pb and geochemical data from the Barkerville subterrane: Lithoprobe Report No.
and Friedman, R.M., 2002, New U-Pb and geochemical data from the Barkerville subterrane, in Slave--northern Cordillera lithospheric evolution (SNORCLE) transect and cordilleran tectonics workshop meeting: Lithoprobe Report No.
Duncombe, though admirably attuned to what zine makers say about their activities and publications, asserts in the conclusion to his Notes from Underground: Zines and the Politics of Alternative Culture, that zines are one of Mikhail Bakunin's "subterranean revolutions," and that "in this subterrane lies a utopian dream and smolders a radical hope." (10) That seems an overly progressive mode of observation.
Saturday: Tarantula Princess, Subterrane, Leporidae, Sharkiface, Glamorous Pat (as Sisprum Vish), the Sunken, Klowd, Bran(...)Pos, GX Jupitter-Larsen vs.
The Klinkit Formation is similar in composition and age to several Paleozoic arc successions of the exotic Quesnel terrane (e.g., the Lay Range Assemblage of the Harper Ranch Subterrane, northern central British Columbia; Boswell-Semenoff Hills, central Yukon), and of the pericratonic Yukon-Tanana terrane (Little Salmon succession, central Yukon).