Guillaume Defortescu

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Guillaume Defortescu (Sport)

100m Dos Messieurs
61 DEFORTESCU Guillaume EVREUX A.L.M. 83323 1:05.00 31.59 653

200m Nage Libre Messieurs
 67 DEFORTESCU Guillaume EVREUX A.L.M. 83323 2:06.78 28.63 1:00.99 647


10x100m Nage Libre Messieurs
79 DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83323 5:22.69 EVREUX A.L.M. 9:57.51


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VITTEL CUP CAEN
Caen, France - June 3, 2000 (50 M)
• = National Record •• = World Record

MEN'S EVENTS
HOMMES / HERREN / HOMBRES / UOMINI / HERRAR

 
 
50 METRES FREESTYLE/LIBRE
 
 

Final Junior

1 25.40 ABDOURAZAKOU Swadric 84 FRA ROUEN CLUB VIKINGS
2 25.45 WEBER Nicolas 84 FRA FORBACH C.N.
3 25.61 BELLAZ Adil 81 FRA LE HAVRE C.N.
4 25.63 DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83 FRA MADELEINE EVREUX A.L.
5 26.08 DEWVEZ Mickael 83 FRA CAEN E.N.

Heats

1 24.27 HATZIOLOS Theodoros 81 GRE PANELLINIOS A.C.
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9 25.62 DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83 FRA MADELEINE EVREUX A.L.
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15 26.86 LAINE Sylvain 82 FRA RENNES C. PAUL BERT


100 METRES FREESTYLE/LIBRE
 
Semi Final

1 54.07 LEGLISE Stephane 80 FRA NOGENT REVEIL
2 54.10 HATZIOLOS Theodoros 81 GRE PANELLINIOS A.C.
3 54.57 LACROIX Mickael 76 FRA ENTENTE 95 F.H.S.M.
4 54.81 JALAL Shem 84 FRA ROUEN CLUB VIKINGS
5 55.58 METZ Hugo 78 FRA BORDEAUX GIRONDINS
6 56.04 MOREL Steve 84 FRA ROUEN CLUB VIKINGS
7 57.28 DEWVEZ Mickael 83 FRA CAEN E.N.
8 1:00.50 LAINE Sylvain 82 FRA RENNES C. PAUL BERT
1 53.59 DUTILLIEUX Frederic 76 FRA T.O.E.C. DAUPHINS
2 54.10 MARCHAND Christophe 70 FRA CLICHY C.S. 92
3 54.61 ADONAKAKIS Dimitrios 77 GRE PANELLINIOS A.C.
4 54.94 BARBERO Mathieu 77 FRA CAEN E.N.
5 56.18 MAILLARD Stephane 82 FRA ROUEN CLUB VIKINGS
6 56.58 ABDOURAZAKOU Swadric 84 FRA ROUEN CLUB VIKINGS
7 56.86 BAKANDREAS Kostadinos 80 GRE PANELLINIOS A.C.
8 57.19 DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83 FRA MADELEINE EVREUX A.L.

Heats

1 53.32 ADONAKAKIS Dimitrios 77 GRE PANELLINIOS A.C.
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17 57.31 DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83 FRA MADELEINE EVREUX A.L.
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24 Abandon LE QUINTREC Romain 80 FRA DINAN ARMOR C.E.P.S.

200 METRES FREESTYLE/LIBRE
  
Heats

1 1:58.85 THWAITES Ian 80 GBR ENGLAND WEST
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17 2:07.94 MOREAU Nicolas 85 FRA ILE DE FRANCE
18 2:07.96 DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83 FRA MADELEINE EVREUX A.L.
19 2:09.97 WEBER Nicolas 84 FRA FORBACH C.N.
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23 Forf dec LAINE Sylvain 82 FRA RENNES C. PAUL BERT
23 Forf dec DUFOUR Gwendal 81 FRA CAEN E.N.



VC stgermain Dim Series
Résultats du Dimanche 27 Février matin / SERIES

50 Dos Messieurs
1 CALIBET Didier 74904 FRA DAUPHINS DE CRETEIL 28.17 793 pts
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30 FOURNELLA Patrick 84030 FRA C.N.PARIS 32.15 632 pts
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DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83323 FRA EVREUX ALM 32.25 628 pts
32 LION Christophe 82795 FRA S.C. ABBEVILLE 32.28 627 pts
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35 CLOUZEAU Damien 86016 FRA C.N.O. ST GERMAIN 33.41 589 pts

 
 
50 NL Messieurs
1 SICOT Donius 75020 FRA C.S.CLICHY 92 24.13 807 pts
2 SICOT Julien 78400 FRA C.S.CLICHY 92 24.17 804 pts
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32 RIVET Yannick 77001 FRA AAN VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ 25.97 684 pts
33
DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83323 FRA EVREUX ALM 25.98 684 pts
34 JALAL Shems 84017 FRA CLUB VIKINGS DE ROUEN 26.01 682 pts
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84 JOE Vincent 85048 FRA C.N.O. ST GERMAIN 35.99 322 pts
85 NICOLAS Sebastien 83047 FRA ENTENTE 95 F.S.M. Disq. FD 0 pts





VC stgermain Dim Series
 
Résultats du samedi 26 Février 2000 matin / SERIES

100 Dos Messieurs
1 SAUVAGE Dimitri 81120 FRA C.S.CLICHY 92 1:00.37 772 pts
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37 JOURNIAC Kevin 85002 FRA A.S.P.T.T. PARIS 1:10.93 539 pts
38 DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83323 FRA EVREUX ALM 1:11.32 532 pts
39 VIVIER Remi 86616 FRA AS PORCHEVILLE 1:15.15 474 pts
 

 
100 NL Messieurs
1 SICOT Donius 75020 FRA C.S.CLICHY 92 52.57 823 pts
2 SICOT Julien 78400 FRA C.S.CLICHY 92 53.30 795 pts
3 MARCHAND Christophe 70130 FRA C.S.CLICHY 92 53.49 787 pts
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42 DENIEL Stephane 84003 FRA VAL DE REUIL NATATION 57.42 664 pts
43
DEFORTESCU Guillaume 83323 FRA EVREUX ALM 57.50 662 pts
44 JAKOVLJEVIC Nicolas 84003 FRA S.C.U.F. PARIS 57.80 654 pts
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77 MOREAU Matthieu 86047 FRA C.N.O. ST GERMAIN 1:13.05 379 pts
78 DUMESNIL Gilles 73101 FRA REIMS NATATION 89 Disq. FD 0 pts




CLASSEMENT DU CIRCUIT DE LA VITTEL CUP 2000


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Gillandant Fortesque (Dog)


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Trap Falls KC - Friday 07/18/97

GREAT PYRENEES



JUDGE: Mrs. Robert C. Thomas



GREAT PYRENEES. Bred by Exhibitor Bitches.
A 24 MONTIFORES CAMILLE'S MAJESTY. WP 649385104. 08-03-95
By
Ch Gillandant Fortesque - Aneto Camille.


Owner: Raymond A Allard. 53 Jenks Rd, Sterling, CT 06377. Breeder: Loretta Stankiewicz.

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Trap Falls KC - Friday 07/18/97
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GREAT PYRENEES
JUDGE: Mrs. Robert C. Thomas
GREAT PYRENEES. Bred by Exhibitor Bitches.
A 24 MONTIFORES CAMILLE'S MAJESTY. WP 649385104. 08-03-95
By
Ch Gillandant Fortesque - Aneto Camille
Owner: Raymond A Allard. 53 Jenks Rd, Sterling, CT 06377. Breeder: Loretta Stankiewicz.

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GUESTBOOK

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- 05/05/00 22:23:08 My Email:Graeme_Stickland@ICG.comm.com From: USA Favorite Airline: British Airways Favorite Aircraft: 747-400
Comments:
I guess I have to report best airline as British Airways, because I work for them, as a stewardess! We have the best food, best service, and of course the best looking girls! Coffee, tea or me?
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Graham fortescue

UK Directory of Solicitors.


London - south

Fortescue Graham & Lloyd Solicitors
Swan Mews
High Street LEATHERHEAD KT22 8AE. Telephone. 01372 374895
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Clarence Darrow Argued His Last Case in Honolulu

Mrs. Grace Fortesque and the two other men accused of murdering Joseph Kahahawai. This sensational trial exposed the military control of Hawaii, a "sugar-coated fortress" and the inequities of racial control. Darrow, a champion of unpopular causes, had attained national fame with his defense of the murderers Leopold and Loeb and support for John T. Scopes, charged with teaching evolution in the famous "Monkey Trial" in Dayton, Tennessee. Now you can visit the actual courtroom where this renown figure in American criminal justice argued his last case before retiring.

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The Massie Rape Case

Thomas Massie, a naval officer, and his young wife, Thalia, attended a party at the Officers Club. After drinking and dancing all evening, they got into a row and Thalia rushed out in a huff. A few hours later, Thalia was at home, confused and hysterical, claiming to have been raped by some local men. On the most circumstantial evidence, Joseph Kahahawai and four friends of mixed ethnic background were accused. In a highly controversial trial rife with racial tensions, the verdict ended in a hung jury.

While a new trial was being set, Kahahawai and his friends were out on bail. Seeking revenge, Thomas Massie and
Grace Fortescue, Thalia's mother, kidnapped Joseph Kahahawai with a plan of extracting a confession from him. They were aided by two enlisted men assigned to guard Thalia. While questioning Joseph, they killed him and attempted to dump his body in the sea but were apprehended. Another controversial trial-this time for Mrs. Fortescue, Massie, and the accomplices-followed. Clarence Darrow, the famous lawyer, sailed to Hawaii to defend them. For killing Kahahawai, these people served one hour of imprisonment in the judge's private chambers. The other four, acquitted with Joseph Kahahawai, maintain innocence of the rape to this day. Later, the Massies divorced, and Thalia went on to become a depressed alcoholic who took her own life.
 

 
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Grace Hubbard Fortescue.
To the right of Mrs. Fortescue is her daughter, Thalia Fortescue Massie.

Thalia Fortescue Massie (born February 14, 1911 in Washington, D.C.) was the daughter of Grace Hubbard Fortescue and the wife of a Navy lieutenant and the genesis of what is now known as the Massie-Kahahawai Case. She claimed that in September, 1931, a group of Hawaiian men had raped her at Ala Moana Beach in Honolulu. Subsequently, five young men, two of Hawaiian ancestry, two of Japanese ancestry, and one of Chinese ancestry were arrested and charged with rape. With evidence presented demonstrating that none of the accused could have committed the crime, the jury deadlocked and all five were released on bail. Grace Fortescue was deeply disturbed by the release and one of the defendants, a native Hawaiian named Joseph Kahahawai, was later found dead in the back seat of her car. Defended by attorney Clarence Darrow, of the Scopes Monkey Trial, Fortescue was eventually tried and convicted of manslaughter. Originally sentenced to 10 years, her sentence was commuted to one hour in the executive chambers of Governor Lawrence Judd of the Territory of Hawaii, a Republican. The commutation of Fortescue's sentence was perceived by native Hawaiians and other citizens as a gross miscarriage of justice in the Territory. Thalia's claim and the subsequent events were seminal in strengthening the labor-union movement in Hawaii and the resolve of concerned citizens that formed the Hawaii Democratic Party.
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Grace Hubbard Fortescue (1883-1979)
Grace Hubbard Fortescue brashly told a journalist that January 8, 1932, was "the day of the murder" before she went on trial for the killing of Joseph Kahahawai. A member from birth of the U.S. social elite, Fortescue was accustomed to doing anything she wished. She had no fear of calling Kahahawai's death just what it was, a murder, because she had no reason to believe that she would ever be punished for her role in it. In her mind, killing a man to save her daughter's reputation was completely and undeniably justified.
Bell's Niece Born in 1883, Grace Fortescue was the granddaughter of Gardiner Hubbard, a wealthy financier who became the first president of Bell Telephone. Hubbard had backed Alexander Graham Bell, his son-in-law and Grace's uncle, for the commercial debut of Bell's invention, the telephone. Grace grew up playing in the sprawling grounds of Twin Oaks, the mansion her grandfather built in the upscale Rock Creek area of Washington, D.C.Society Girl
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As a young debutante, Grace found her cultured background served her well. In 1910, she married Major Granville "Rolly" Fortescue, who was in the Rough Riders. He had served with Theodore Roosevelt in the Spanish-American War and had been wounded at San Juan Hill. The young couple embarked on a life of travel and privilege.
Keeping Up Appearances When her husband failed to be as financially successful as she had expected, Grace Fortescue did all in her power to maintain a façade of success. She knew the value of appearances. As soon as she received a cable from her son-in-law, Lieutenant Thomas Massie, saying that her daughter Thalia had been assaulted, Fortescue packed her trunk for the long trip to Hawai'i.
Murder Without Remorse
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Though Thalia was a controversial and somewhat disliked figure in her Hawai'ian Naval circles, Fortescue was dismayed to hear her daughter's "good name" drawn through the mud. After the case against Thalia's alleged assailants ended in a mistrial, Grace set her mind to squashing the gossip purporting that Thalia had made up the rape. Mrs. Fortescue and Lieutenant Massie came to the conclusion that the only way to correct the terrible injustice against Thalia's reputation was to secure a confession from one of the accused men. Whether or not there was a plan to kill Kahahawai before kidnapping him, Grace Fortescue certainly did not exhibit any remorse about his death. As New York Times journalist Russell Owen reported in an exclusive interview on February 7th, two months before Fortescue's trial, "Mrs. Fortescue's chief concern seems to be that the affair was bungled."
Beyond Justice
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Nor did Fortescue's friends in high places seem troubled by her criminal role. The deck of the Alton, where the four defendants were held in protective custody by the Navy before and during the trial, was covered stern to bow with floral arrangements and notes of encouragement from friends in politics and society. Friends of the family, possibly including Navy personnel, raised the money to pay the nation's top defense attorney, Clarence Darrow, to lead the defense in The Territory of Hawai'i vs. Grace Fortescue, et al. U.S. newspapers ran banner headlines characterizing Kahahawai's death as an "honor killing" and reporting sympathetically about Fortescue and Massie's revenge -- justifiable, in many Americans' minds -- against Thalia's alleged assailant.
A Charming Prisoner Grace's composure upon being arrested mesmerized the reporters and police officers on the scene. After the indictment, she spent one night in jail, where her poise endeared her to journalists and jail personnel. Absurdly enough, Grace Fortescue invited the jail matron and the cook to join her for a cup of coffee in her cell. The importance of appearing refined and calm at all times -- and denying that her actions were criminal -- perhaps paralleled Darrow's belief that "you never see a good looking woman convicted of murder or manslaughter -- or refused alimony."
Unscathed Fortescue's ability to weather the Hawai'ian storm she helped create enabled her literally to get away with murder. Though she was convicted of manslaughter in the death of Kahahawai, Fortescue had her sentence commuted from ten years in prison to an hour spent with the territorial governor, after white outcry against the guilty verdicts. Grace Fortescue headed back to the States and made money off of her story, then settled down to live out her days in leisure and comfort after inheriting a fortune from her father. She died in 1979, at the age of 95, outliving both her daughter Thalia and her son-in-law.


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You are bidding on a paperback titled The Massie Case by Peter Packer and Bob Thomas -- this book was published in 1966, this printing is from 1984. It is in fair shape with 186 pages. TROUBLE IN PARADISE. The young Navy wife wandered alone one night into Honolulu's "native section" and returned home badly bruised and dishevelled. Something horrible has happened," she cried. THALIA MASSIE TOLD A LURID TALE OF GANG RAPE THAT SPARKED MURDER, TWO SENSATIONAL TRIALS AND AN INFERNO OF RACIAL TURMOIL! Lt. Tommy Massie -- the outraged husband, whose determination to wrench a confession from his wife's assailants led to murder. Mrs. Fortescue -- the avenging socialite mother who evolved the plan that ended in one man's death and a storm of racial hatred. Clarence Darrow -- the world-famous lawyer, bought out of retirement by a $25,000 retainer to defend Massie and Fortescue in a bizarre case that would blacken his sterling reputation. THE MASSIE CASE -- As senators and citizens urged measures to crush the "Yellow Peril" -- as the tabloids fueled the racial prejudice that would cause an island paradise to erupt with long-simmering unrest ...only one woman knew the truth behind it all -- Thalia Massie. The bored restless wife whose mysterious adventure in the "native section" changed Hawaii forever.

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Granville Roland Fortescue - 1875-1952

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Publications relating to the explorations


WOODALL, R., 1985. Limited vision: A personal experience of mining geology and scientific mineral exploration. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 32:231-237.
"In 1957 WMC began its search for a sediment hosted copper deposit in the vast Proterozoic of Australia, a search which would last 19 years and cost $12 million in today's money terms. Our perception at the time dictated that the search be concentrated where there were signs of copper in favourable host rocks - shales like those of the African Copperbelt or lavas like those of Michigan. Limited vision took us to the remote Warburton Ranges, and to the
Fortesque Group in the Pilbara. Only when science opened our eyes to the importance of looking for copper where events may have sourced copper did improved vision enable us to see the potential of the Stuart Shelf in South Australia, where tectonics and geophysics subsequently guided us to Australia's greatest ore deposit at Olympic Dam." p232.
(www.linex.com.au)

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Ron Hackney
PhD Student
Department of Geology & Geophysics
The University of Western Australia

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The Hamersley Province of Western Australia comprises a thick succession (up to 5-6 km) of largely volcanic rocks (Fortescue Group) overlain by a 2.5 km thick succession dominated by banded iron-formation units (Hamersley Group) (e.g. Harmsworth et al., 1990). The province contains an early Proterozoic foreland fold-and-thrust belt that hosts ten percent of known world reserves of iron ore. Renewed company interest in extending ore reserves requires knowledge of the subsurface structural geology, which will be gained by incorporating surface geological data with gravity, magnetic and seismic data. Data from two multi-channel seismic profiles obtained in 1997 (Figure 1) will constrain structural sections through the region, and gravity and magnetic measurements will be used to discriminate between possible alternative subsurface sections. Balanced structural sections across the fold-and-thrust belt will form the basis for an integrated model of the structural evolution of the Hamersley Province.

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The longer of the two seismic lines, situated approximately 100 km west of Newman, begins in gently folded late Archaean to early Proterozoic Hamersley Group rocks close to the undeformed foreland and continues south into a fold belt dominated at all scales by north-verging asymmetric folds. The southern margin of the fold belt is bounded by a major normal fault that brings the younger sedimentary rocks of the late Paleoproterozoic Bresnahan Basin into contact with dolerites of the late Archaean upper Fortescue Group.
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A shorter line, 20 km east of Newman, runs approximately 40 km north-south from Hamersley Group rocks that progressively become more intensely deformed to the south before crossing into the Sylvania Inlier (Figure 1). This Archaean granite-greenstone terrain is juxtaposed against the younger rocks of the Hamersley and
Fortescue Group, and the boundary is interpreted as a south-dipping fault contact involving over-thrusting of basement during formation of the fold-and-thrust belt (Tyler & Thorne, 1990; Tyler, 1991). Geophysical data along this seismic line provide important constraints for modelling the geometry of this important boundary.

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Fortescue Group (Sciences)


Tel:  61 2 6249 0593
Fax: 61 2 6279 8253
Canberra, ACT 0200
Australia
andrew.glikson@anu.edu.au
copy to:
aygsearch@cos.com.au
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(1) IMPACT RESEARCH
    CURRENT ACTIVITIES/PROGRESS, June-August, 1998


From Andrew Gilson <
andrew.glikson@anu.edu.au>


4. Mingar Dome, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia

Field relations, Landsat-5-Thematic Mapper multispectral images
and geophysical data were examined in connection with the
near-perfectly circular 80 km-diameter large Mingar Dome, western
Pilbara Craton, north western Western Australia, with the aim of
elucidating its origin. The dome consists of
Fortescue Group (2.76
Ga) mafic volcanics and minor felsic volcanics and sediments
unconformably overlying core inliers of granite (3.24 Ga),
migmatite and amphibolite exposed by the
Fortescue River at the
center of the structure. Local pseudotachylite microbreccia vein
systems occur immediately below the basal unconformity of the
Fortescue Group on the Fortescue River, consisting of angular
quartz grains and deformed feldspar and containing granitic
fragments from the surrounding basement. No penetrative
deformation lamella diagnostic of high velocity shock were
observed, and the veins were possibly triggered by earthquakes. No
direct evidence has been observed for a meteoritic impact
connection of the Mingar Dome. A spin-off of the present study has
been the Landsat-5-TM correlation and identification of a range of
Fortescue Group and Hamersley Group volcanic and sedimentary rock
types, allowing spectral fingerprinting of a range of lithological
types, including separation of carbonates, shales, iron formations
and a range of volcanic rock types using band ratios and principal
components.



E-Mail: chall@tsrc.uwa.edu.au
Degree:Ph.D.
B.Sc. (Hons) & M.Sc., Otago University, New Zealand

Keywords:Sedimentology, Geochemistry, Fortescue Group, Archaean, Pilbara, Palaeogeography, Bellary Formation, Mount Roe Basalt, Hardey Formation
Supervisors: Prof. Chris Powell & Dr. Annette George Tectonics Special Research Center

Project Description
Palaeogeography, sedimentology and tectonics of the Fortescue Group, southern Hamersley Province, Western Australia.
The project aims to provide a palaeo-reconstruction of the southern margin of the Pilbara Craton approximately 2765 Million years ago when the
Fortescue Group was deposited, unconformably, on the granite-greenstone terrane. This will be achieved by:
Applying basin analysis techniques to the 3 lowermost formations of the Fortescue Group (Bellary Formation, Mount Roe Basalt and Hardey Formation) in order to determine distribution and facies.

Palaeocurrent analysis and petrography of the Hardey Formation (quartz-rich sandstone) to determine provenance..
Geochemistry of the Hardey Formation to determine provenance and combined with points (1) & (2) will set up a tectonic discrimination diagram for Archaean sandstones..
Geochemistry (major and trace element) of basalt flows from the Bellary Formation and Mount Roe Basalt to determine tectonic setting..
Provide an age for the Bellary Formation using zircons from a tuffaceous unit. Method of analysis will be by SHRIMP..

Brief Summary of results to date
Regional mapping of the Bellary Formation at 1:15,000 scale has identified a series of basalt flows intercalated with fluvial and lacustrine sediments .The base of the Bellary Formation is not seen, but is assumed to be unconformable with the Archaean Granite-Greenstone terrane.Basalt flows 1-4metres thick, with autobrecciated flow tops, at the base of the formation are overlain by upward fining turbidites (Tb-Td). Flute Casts within the turbidites indicate a source region to the east.A poorly sorted conglomerate, with well rounded boulders of granite, chert, banded chert and basalt overlies the turbidites but is not laterally continuous.Above the turbidites and conglomerate are more basalt flows with coarse, but well sorted, quartzose sandstones and very fine siliceous mudstones. The thickness of the Bellary Formation is approximately 400 metres. Preliminary geochemistry results indicate that the basalts have calc-alkaline to tholeiitic affinities.
Conformably above the Bellary Formation is the Mount Roe Basalt, found only on the Bellary and Rocklea Domes. Two new locations of the Mount Roe Basalt have been identified on the Rocklea Dome. The distribution of the basalt on this dome may have been controlled by NNE trending growth faults, active during deposition of the lower
Fortescue Group. Geochemistry results are similar to the Bellary Formation with calc-alkaline to tholeiitic affinities and LREE enrichment. More results are pending.
The Hardey Formation is an extensive quartz-rich sandstone with localised conglomerates at the base. The base of the Hardey Formation is either unconformable with the basement or disconformable with the Mount Roe Basalt Restored palaeocurrent results from trough cross beds, parting lineations, flute casts and ripples indicate a source region from the east, north east. The average quartz composition from the Milli Milli and Rocklea Domes is 70-72 % with the remaining 30 ­28 % made up by plagioclase and K-feldspar. The Hardey Formation on the Bellary Dome has a higher component of quartz (83%) which is similar to the percentage of quartz in the Bellary Formation (82%). The percentage of heavy minerals is very low, and restricted to zircon, titanite, apatite and Fe-oxide minerals. These results suggest that the source the Hardey Formation was most likely of granitic origin.
Initial palaegeographic reconstructions suggest that the lower
Fortescue Group was deposited in a non-marine environment such as an alluvial braid plane, at the onset of rifting approximately 2.76 Billion years ago. Normal faults active during the rifting formed graben and half-grabens which acted as local depocentres for the Bellary and Mount Roe Basalt. The disconformity between the Mount Roe Basalt and Hardey Formation indicates a pause in the rifting, followed by erosion of a granitic source to the east and deposition of a fluvial sandstone and silts. Conformably above the Hardey Formation are pillow basalts, basalts, volcanoclastic sediments and komatiites of the upper Fortescue Group.
References
Hall, C.E., Cooper, A.F., & Parkinson, D.L. (1995) Early Cambrian carbonatite in Antarctica. J.Geol.Soc.Lon. 152, 721-728 Baxter, L.J., Chisholm, J.M. & Hall, C.E. (1993) Ore block modelling and structural geology: Their integration. In: Robertson,I., Shaw, W., Arnold, C., & Lines, K. (eds) Proceedings of the Internation Mining Geology Conference. 31-34

 

Research School of Earth Science
Institute of Advanced Studies
Australian National University

 
 
 
 
 
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 * In early July of 1998, a presentation of these guidelines was given for the National Coalition of Girls' Schools at the Castilleja School in Palo Alto, California.
Greg Fortescue and Don Buckley of Marymount School of New York were the presenters.
  
 
Purpose
To create an oversight committee to review and approve student-created, web-ready work for publication on a school World Wide Web site.
 
 
 
 
 
Greg Fortescue and Don Buckley can be contacted at:
greg_fortescue@marymount.k12.ny.us
don_buckley@marymount.k12.ny.us
 
 
 
 


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why posted by tom on October 08, 1997 at 14:18:06:
: why did thomas quit talking, writting, etc. during the last several years of his life ?
 
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George Matthew Fortescue of Boconnoc - 1791-1877

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George Fortescue - 1833-1896

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George Fortescue Maximilien de Winter (Rebecca)

Starring
Laurence Olivier ...George Fortescu Maximillian 'Maxim' de Winter

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Oscar du meilleur film.

  • Adapté du roman de Daphné du Maurier
  • (il avait déjà adapté La Taverne de la Jamaïque en 39, en Angleterre)
  • Scénario de Philip MacDonald et Michael Hogan
  • Avec Laurence Olivier (George Fortescu Maxillian "Maxim" de Winter), Joan Fontaine (La deuxième Mme de Winter), George Sanders (Jack Favell), Judith Anderson, Gladys Cooper, Nigel Bruce...
  • Musique de Franz Waxman
  • Photo de George Barnes
  • Montage de W.Donn Hayes, Hal C.Kern
  • Distribué par United Artists
  • Produit par Selznick International Pictures
Depuis 37, Selznick est en contact avec Hitchcock. Il l’engage pour tourner la version cinéma de ce best-seller. Le producteur veut une atmosphère british. La production est une des plus attendues de l’année : le producteur en or, le cinéaste anglais le plus réputé du moment, Laurence Olivier, récemment starisé par Les Hauts de Hurlevent, la fameuse Joan Fontaine (sur le conseil de Cukor), la soeur d’Olivia de Haviland. L’actrice n’avait pas l’éclat d’Olivia, et les studios ne croyait pas en son talent. Vivien Leigh, Margaret Sullavan, Loretta Young, Anne Baxter avaient été pressenties. Cela donn pourtant un des couples les plus beaux et les plus romantiques du cinéma... Et Hitchcock se laissa même suffisamment séduire par cette femme très féminine, pour qu’il l’enrôle l’année suivante dans Soupçons. On considère le film comme un grand classique, avec ses décors gothiques, ses rebondissements qui dénouent et renouent l'intrigue, son atmosphère sombre et chic. Un must du thriller romantique. Note: A l’origine, le premier film américain d’Hitchcock devait être une oeuvre sur la catastrophe du Titanic. Il en restera des bribes dans Lifeboat (1944).





Rebecca (1940) is the classic Hitchcock gothic thriller and a compelling romance-mystery.
An expensively-produced film by David O. Selznick (following his recent success with Gone With The Wind (1939)), it was Hitchcock's first American film,
although it retained distinctly British characteristics.
This film won for the director his first and only Best Picture Academy Award Oscar, beating out strong competition in 1940 from The Grapes of Wrath,
The Great Dictator, The Philadelphia Story, and Hitchcock's own Foreign Correspondent.
The film also won an Academy Award for Cinematography, and was nominated in nine other categories, including Best Director.
The film's screenplay is based on Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name.

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G.R. Fortescue (Sport)

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Gillian Thomas Fortescue (Sport)


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CURBOROUGH ARCHIVE PAGE
1980's
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Below is a table showing the Class Records as they stood in 1987 (The source for these was not as reliable as it is now!!) which should give an interesting perspective on todays records and those of an earlier period.







ClassDriverCarTime
Sa- Standard Saloons & Sports Cars up to 1500ccP.Taylor
XR2
41.22
Sb- Standard Saloons & Sports Cars 1500cc to 2700cc
Mike Steel
Lotus 7
38.75
Sc- Standard Saloons & Sports Cars over 2700cc
Bill Goodman
Porsche
35.81
1A-Road Modified Saloons & Sports Cars up to 1150cc
Eric Gaunt
Escort
38.35
1B-Road Modified Saloons & Sports Cars up 1150cc to 1500cc
Brian Kenyon
Sprite
36.96
2A-Marque & Touring Cars
Mike Brown
RS2000
35.01
3-Full Race Saloons up to 1300cc
Alistair Cobb
Skoda BDA
33.67
4-Full Race Saloons over 1300cc
Ron Hand
Stiletto
34.06
5-Full race Sports Cars up to 1300cc
P.Green
MG Midget
35.04
6-Full race Sports Cars over 1300cc
David Grace
Lotus 7
33.49
7-Clubmans
Nick Whale
Mallock
31.02
7-Up to 500cc
Jack Dillard
Special
37.04
7-Unlimited
Martin Bolsover
Pilbeam
29.76
8-Single Seater Racing cars up to 1300cc
Richard Homer
Delta T824
33.02
9-
M.Brockhouse
March
32.47
10-Single Seater Racing Cars 1301cc to 1600cc
Ray Rowan
Chevron
30.48
11-Single Seater Racing Cars over 1600cc
Ray Rowan
Toleman
28.22 (Course Record)
Ladies-
Gillian Fortesque Thomas
31.36

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Gerald Fortescue

Gerald Fortescue Unsigned Movie Still

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A 9 x 7 Original Black & White Unsigned Movie Still of Gerald Fortescue
in CBS-TVs "Mr. Adams and Eve". Dated 10/30/57.


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Greg Fortescue (Actor)

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Full Blast - Eine tödliche Party
Caractéristiques de l'objet - DVD

Rôle principal:
Andrew Heckler (Travis), Brian Hoyt (Scooter), Channon Roe (Razor), Curt Ellis (Georgetown), Dan Sordell (Paul), Danny Jacobs (Curt), David Carradine (Maceo),
Greg Fortescue (Noah), Jason Yates (Ridley), Jonathan Katz (Phil), Kyle McCullough (Jake), Luray Cooper (Rightous), Merle Kennedy (Janie), Michael Mattays (Pete), Michael Wyle (Mickey), Phil Durr (Bart), Scott Guy (Marvin), Suzi Regan (Kimmie), Todd Hawley (Thug), Traci Lords (Lindsay Lord)


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Gregory Fortescue (Actor)

The Carrier

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Starring Gregory Fortescue, Stevie Lee, N Paul Silverman, Steve Dixon, N Paul Silverman
Allegorical, Stephen King›inspired indie, shot in Michigan, about mysterious dissolving disease striking a small town. Unknown to all, disease is carried by a persecuted young man. Well-acted, inexpensive film is confident and aware of its own absurdities, though it falters at the very end. (1988, Rated NR)

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October 7, 1993 - June 19, 1994

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Selected Bibliography Ann Hamilton. La Jolla: San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, 1991. Text by Susan Stewart.


Ann Hamilton. Seattle: Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, 1992. Texts by Chris Bruce, Rebecca Solnit, Buzz Spector.
Doubletake: Collective Memory & Current Art. Znrich: Parkett in association with The South Bank Centre, 1992. Texts by Lynne Cooke, Bice Curiger and Greg Hilty.
El Jardin Salvaje: The Savage Garden: Landscape as Metaphor in Recent American Installations. Madrid: Fundacion Caja de Pensiones, 1991. Text by Dan Cameron.
Pagel, David. "Still Life: The Tableaux of Ann Hamilton." Arts Magazine (May 1990), 56-61.
Places with a Past: New Site-Specific Art at Charleston's Spoleto Festival, New York: Rizzoli in association with the Spoleto Festival, Charleston, 1991. Text by Mary Jane Jacob.

Biography
Ann Hamilton was born in Lima, Ohio, on June 22, 1956. She earned a B.F.A. in textile design at the University of Kansas, and an M.F.A. in sculpture at Yale School of Art. Since graduating in 1985, she has made numerous installations in North America and Europe. In 1993 she was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship.
Funding
Acknowledgments
The realization of a project of this scale is larger than any single effort. It is a process that relies on the commitment and participation of many individuals. Although it is not something you can point to and name, for me, the felt presence that informs this work grows out of the generosity of all who helped. I would like to acknowledge and thank for their support the core community that made this project.
Jim Schaeufele Project Manager, Dia Sue Patterson Project Manager, Fabric Workshop
Dia Crew: Vicki Arndt, Neil Benezra, Paul Bloodgood, Lynne Cooke, Steven Evans, Gregory Fortescue, Josh Galef, Chris Lidrbauch, Todd Schroeder, Gary Shakespeare, Ron Wakkary, Connie Walsh, Mechtild Widrich, Colleen Wolstenholm.
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