Benjamin Lee Davis

Benjamin Lee Davis
Florida State University | FSU · Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science

Geology

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August 2010 - July 2013
Valdosta State University
Position
  • Research Assistant

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Publications (7)
Conference Paper
The Brevard fault zone (BFZ) is a structural/stratigraphic zone extending for >600 km from North Carolina (NC) to Alabama (AL). For ~300 km, from near Jacksons Gap (JG), AL, NE to NC, this zone maintains a nearly linear trend of ~N50°E. An internal stratigraphy (Jacksons Gap Group-JGG) with local structural complications is maintained within the BF...
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The record of the Taconic orogeny in the southern Appalachian orogen lacks clear evidence for many attributes of this classic Ordovician orogeny in the Northern Appalachians, including subduction of Laurentian lithosphere, the presence of Taconic allochthons and associated metamorphism and deformation, obduction of arc terranes, and accretion of Go...
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The Ordovician Taconic orogeny was one of the first events to be placed in a plate tectonic context, however significant differences in interpretation of this event exist between the northern and southern Appalachians. Principally, in the southern Appalachians (SA), a definitive accreted Taconic arc has not yet been identified. We suggest that the...
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Subsurface anomalies related to subsidence of the ground beneath a house in south Georgia, USA were identified using a MALÅTM 100 MHz GPR System on a 28 m x 51 m grid. Areas of both active and inactive subsidence ranging from 10 m2 to 25 m2 in size were evident as depressions on the land surface and in many of the GPR profiles. After minimal proces...

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