Volume 3 is in three parts: “Atlantic Coast Basins,” edited by Helmut H. J. Geldsetzer; “Paleogeography and Paleotectonics,” edited by Walter W. Nassichuk; and “Sedimentology and Geochemistry,” edited by Edward S. Belt and Roger W. Macqueen.
The three sections combined contain more than 60 essays. Some of the essays are “Correlation of Carboniferous Tectonostratigraphic Zones in Europe and America” by J. W. Skehan, S. J., and N. Rast; “Geologic Development and Economic Evaluation of the Sydney Coal Basin, Nova Scotia, Canada” by Peter A. Hacquebard; “Carboniferous Paleogeography and Tectonics of Australia” by John Roberts; “Carboniferous Paleogeography and Geotectonics in Japan” by Masao Minato and Makoto Kato; “Lower Pennsylvania (Pottsville to Conemaugh) Alluvial to Delta-Plain Facies Shift Through Time, Central Appalachians” by Mark W. Presley and Alan C. Donaldson; “Changing Concepts of Midcontinent Pennsylvanian Cyclothems, North America” by Philip H. Heckel; and “Flint-Clay Facies in Pennsylvanian-Age Rock of Missouri” by W. D. Keller.
About the Author
Mackenzie Gordon, Jr., is President and Editor-in-Chief of the Ninth International Congress.