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FIRE 1 CMP 11 000-20 000 interpretation Interpretation

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Date Created: 2010-01-12

Interpretation by Korja et al. (2006). The FIRE 1 deep seismic reflection profile crosses over a major Palaeoproterozoic plate boundary in the Fennoscandian Shield, the Svecofennian – Karelian suture zone where Archaean Karelian craton and its cover have been juxtaposed with Palaeoproterozoic Svecofennian island arc rocks. Surface lithology combined with both variable area wiggle-trace sections and combination sections, where colour-coded smoothed envelope -section is overlain by biased variable area plot, are used as basis for the detailed interpretation of the uppermost 8 km of the crust, the overview of which is presented here. Archaean crust is present in the NE part of th profile (not shown here; see interpretation of CMP 0-11000); the Archaean-Proterozoic boundary zone at c. 3650–12100 CMP is partly shown in this figure. CMP 12100 - 20000 traverse the Central Finland Granitoid Complex. For more details, see Korja et al. (in: Kukkonen, Ilmo T. & Lahtinen, Raimo (eds.) 2006. Finnish Reflection Experiment FIRE 2001-2005. Geological Survey of Finland, Special Paper 43, 247 p., 15 apps. ISBN 951-690-963-9; see docs & links for a reference link).





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    • Taija Torvela
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Geological Interpretation

Igneous Features
Sills, Bodies, Dykes

Basement
Shield, Moho

Geological Context

Plate Settings and Margins
Orogenic belts, Continental

Tectonics
Orogenic Belt

Geographic Context

Physical Geography
Continents

Political Geography
Finland, Republic of

Geophysics

Survey Information
Multichannel 2D, Onland, >10s, Migrated

Data Presentation
Amplitude, Reflectivity, Vertical Scale - Depth

Image Type
Vertical Profile