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  1. 10Be imaging of sediment accretion and subduction along the northeast Japan and Costa Rica convergent margins
Morris, J.; VALENTINE, R.; Harrison, T.
In: Geology, 30, No. 1, 59-62
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  2. 226Ra-230Th evidence for multiple dehydration events, rapid melt ascent and the time scales of differentiation beneath the Tonga-Kermadec island arc
TURNER, S.; Bourdon, B.; Hawkesworth, C.J.; EVANS, P.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 179, Nos. 3-4, 581-593
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  3. Accreted ocean-floor and ocean-island material in the Mesozoic subduction complex of Alexander Island, Antarctica (1991)
Doubleday, P.A.; TRANTER, T.H.
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  4. Accretion and subduction processes along the Pacific margin of Gondwana, central Alexander Island (1991)
TRANTER, T.H.
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  5. Accretion and uplift in the Shimanto Belt, SW Japan
Agar, S.M.; Cliff, R.A.; Duddy, I.R.; Rex, D.C.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 146, Pt. 6, 893-896
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Reserve a copy 6. Accretion tectonics in the circum-Pacific regions : proceedings of the Oji International Seminar on Accretion Tectonics, September, 1981, Tomakomai, Japan
Oji International Seminar on Accretion Tectonics; Hashimoto, M.; Uyeda, S.; Uyeda, S.; Hashimoto, M.
ISBN: 9027715610
Copies: 3
Oji International Seminar on Accretion Tectonics. Tomakomai, (1981) (Conference)551.241.4Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  7. Accretion tectonism in the Proterozoic Svecokarelides of the Baltic Shield
PARK, A.F.
In: Geology, 13, No. 10, 725-729
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  8. Accretionary process of the Tertiary Setogawa and Mikasa Groups southwest Japan
OSOZAWA, S.
In: Journal of Geology, 96, No. 2, 199-208
OSOZAWA, S. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. Activation of Pacific mantle plumes during the Carboniferous: evidence from accretionary complexes in southwest Japan
Tatsumi, Y.; KANI, T.; Ishizuka, H.; Maruyama, S.; Nishimura, Y.
In: Geology, 28, No. 7, 580-582
Tatsumi, Y. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. Active margin processes along the Antarctic Peninsula
GRAPE TEAM; HENRIET, J.P.; Meissner, R.; Miller, H.
In: Tectonophysics, 201, 229-253
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  11. Allochthonous oceanic basalts within the Mesozoic accretionary complex of Alexander Island, Antarctica: remnants of proto-Pacific oceanic crust
Doubleday, P.A.; Leat, P.T.; Alabaster, T.; Nell, P.A.R.; TRANTER, T.H.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 151, Pt. 1, 65-78
Doubleday, P.A. (Author)552.331ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Andean subduction styles and their effect on thermal structure and interplate coupling
GUTSCHER, M.-A.
In: Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 15, No. 1, 3-10
GUTSCHER, M.-A. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. Antarctic geoscience transect: AP2
Storey, B.C.; Butterworth, P.J.; Crame, J.A.; Harrison, S.M.; HOWLETT, P.J.; Macdonald, D.I.M.; Maslanyj, M.P.; Nell, P.A.R.; PIERCY, B.A.; Thomson, J.W.; Thomson, M.R.A.; TRANTER, T.H.; Wever, H.E.
In: Abstracts, 28th Geological Congress, Washington, D.C., July 9-19, 1989, 3, 187
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Reserve a copy 14. Antarctic lithosphere architecture and evolution : direct constraints from mantle xenoliths (2012)
Gibson, L.C.
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  15. Aspects of the geology of the Scotia Arc
MATTHEWS, D.H.
In: Geological Magazine, 95, No. 6, 425-441
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  16. Asymmetric spreading in back-arc basins
Barker, P.F.
In: Nature, 285, No. 5767, 652-654
Barker, P.F. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Back-arc extension in the Scotia Sea
Barker, P.F.; Hill, I.A.
In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A, 300, 249-262
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  18. Back-arc extension in the southern Andes: a review and critical reappraisal
Dalziel, I.W.D.
In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A, 300, 319-335
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  19. Backarc basin evolution and cordilleran orogenesis: insights from new ocean-bottom seismograph refraction profiling in Bransfield Strait, Antarctica
BARKER, D.H.N.; CHRISTESON, G.L.; AUSTIN, J.A.; Dalziel, I.W.D.
In: Geology, 31, No. 2, 107-110
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Reserve a copy 20. Backarc basins: tectonics and magmatism (1995)
Taylor, B.
ISBN: 0306449374
Copies: 1
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  21. The balance of forces on the subducting plate at the Antarctic Peninsula margin through the Late Cenozoic (1991)
Barker, P.F.; Larter, R.D.
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  22. The Balloon Melange, northwest Nelson: origin, structure, and emplacement
JONGENS, R.; BRADSHAW, J.D.; FOWLER, A.P.
In: New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 46, No. 3, 437-448
JONGENS, R. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. Basalt geochemistry used to investigate past tectonic environments on Cyprus
PEARCE, J.A.
In: Tectonophysics, 25, 41-67
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  24. Basin development subsequent to ridge-trench collision: the Jane Basin, Antarctica
BOHOYO, F.; Galindo-Zaldivar, J.; Maldonado, A.; SCHREIDER, A.A.; SURINACH, E.
In: Marine Geophysical Researches, 23, No. 5-6, 413-421
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Reserve a copy 25. The behaviour and influence of fluids in subduction zones : proceedings of a Royal Society discussion meeting held on 8 and 9 November 1990 (1991)
Tarney, J.; Dewey, J.F.; Knipe, R.J.; Pickering, K.T.; Tarney, J.
ISBN: 0854034374
Copies: 2
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  26. Bimodal magmatism in northeast Palmer Land, Antarctic Peninsula: geochemical evidence for a Jurassic ensialic back-arc basin
Wever, H.E.; Storey, B.C.
In: Tectonophysics, 205, No. 1-3, 239-259
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  27. Boron isotope systematics of slab fluids as inferred from a serpentine seamount, Mariana forearc
BENTON, L.D.; RYAN, J.G.; TERA, F.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 187, Nos. 3-4, 273-282
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  28. Bransfield Basin, Antarctic Peninsula: not a normal backarc basin
Gonzalez-Casado, J.M.; GINER-ROBLES, J.L.; Lopez-Martinez, J.
In: Geology, 28, No. 11, 1043-1046
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  29. Bransfield Strait, Antarctic Peninsula: active extension behind a dead arc (1995)
Lawver, L.A.; KELLER, R.A.; FISK, M.R.; STRELIN, J.A.
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Reserve a copy 30. BRIDGE : British mid-ocean ridge initiative ([1993])
Natural Environment Research Council
ISBN: X780719092
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Reserve a copy 31. BRIDGE : British mid-ocean ridge initiative (1989)
Natural Environment Research Council
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  32. A Caradoc failed-rift within the Ordovician marginal basin of Wales
Campbell, S.D.G.; HOWELLS, M.F.; Smith, M.; Reedman, A.J.
In: Geological Magazine, 125, No. 3, 257-266
Campbell, S.D.G. (S. Diarmad G. (BGS) (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  33. Catastrophic initiation of subduction following forced convergence across fracture zones
HALL, C.E.; GURNIS, M.; SDROLIAS, M.; LAVIER, L.L.; Muller, R.D.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 212, Nos. 1-2, 15-30
HALL, C.E. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  34. Cenozoic continental margin growth patterns in the northern Antarctic Peninsula
Maldonado, A.; Larter, R.D.
In: Terra Antartica, 1, No. 2, 311-314
Maldonado, A. (Author)551.242.23ArticleAdd To Basket
  35. Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Marguerite Bay area, Antarctic Peninsula, interpreted from geophysical data
Johnson, A.C.
In: Antarctic Science, 9, No. 3, 268-280
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  36. Cenozoic tectonic history, seismicity and palaeoseismicity of the Antarctic Peninsula Pacific margin
Larter, R.D.
In: Terra Antartica, 8, No. 1-2, 79-86
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  37. Character, extent and significance of broken formation for the Tabberabbera Zone, central Lachlan Orogen
WATSON, J.M.; GRAY, D.R.
In: Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (BAS), 48, No. 6, 943-954
WATSON, J.M. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  38. Chemical and isotopic composition of lavas from the northern Mariana Trough: implications for magmagenesis in back-arc basins
GRIBBLE, R.F.; Stern, R.J.; Newman, S.; BLOOMER, S.H.; O'HEARN, T.
In: Journal of Petrology, 39, No. 1, 125-154
GRIBBLE, R.F. (Author)552.331ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 39. Chemical characterization of tectonic provinces (1979)
LeMAITRE, R.W.; CUNDARI, A.; IAVCEI
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  40. Collapse basin: a new type of extensional sedimentary basin from the Devonian of Norway
SEGURET, M.; Seranne, M.; CHAUVET, A.; BRUNEL, M.
In: Geology, 17, No. 2, 127-130
SEGURET, M. (Author)551.242.23ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 41. Collision tectonics (1986)
Coward, M.P.; Ries, A.C.; Ries, A.C.; COWARD, M.P.
ISBN: 0632012110
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Coward, M.P. (Michael Peter), 1945-2003 (Author)00865Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  42. Comparative volcanology and petrology of the Atlantic island-arcs
BAKER, P.E.
In: 32, Pt. 1, 189-206
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  43. A complete arc-trench system recognised in Gondwana sequences of the Antarctic Peninsula region
Smellie, J.L.
In: Geological Magazine, 118, No. 2, 130-159
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  44. The composite floor of the Cretaceous back-arc basin of South Georgia
Storey, B.C.; MAIR, B.F.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 139, Pt. 6, 729-738
Storey, B.C. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  45. Constraints from partitioning experiments on the composition of subduction-zone fluids
KEPPLER, H.
In: Nature, 380, No. 6571, 237-240
KEPPLER, H. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  46. Constraints on flux rates and mantle dynamics beneath island arcs from Tonga-Kermadec lava geochemistry
TURNER, S.; Hawkesworth, C.J.
In: Nature, 389, No. 6651, 568-573
TURNER, S. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 47. Continental extensional tectonics (1987)
Coward, M.P.; Dewey, J.F.; Hancock, P.L.; Geological Society of London; Dewey, J.F.; Hancock, P.L.; COWARD, M.P.
ISBN: 0632016051
Copies: 6
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  48. Contrasting tectonic styles in the northern Grenville province: implications for the dynamics of orogenic fronts
Rivers, T.; Van Gool, J.A.M.; CONNELLY, J.N.
In: Geology, 21, No. 12, 1127-1130
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  49. The control of lithium budgets in island arcs
TOMASCAK, P.B.; WIDOM, E.; BENTON, L.D.; Goldstein, S.L.; RYAN, J.G.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 196, Nos. 3-4, 227-238
TOMASCAK, P.B. (Author)551.242.233ArticleAdd To Basket
  50. Controls of the structure of subducted slabs
GURNIS, M.; HAGER, B.H.
In: Nature, 335, No. 6188, 317-321
GURNIS, M. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  51. Controls on sedimentation at convergent plate margins (1993)
Macdonald, D.I.M.
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  52. Controls on tectonic accretion versus erosion in subduction zones: implications for the origin and recycling of the continental crust
CLIFT, P.D.; VANNUCCHI, P.
In: Reviews of Geophysics, 42, No. 2, RG2001, doi:10.1029/2003RG000127, 31pp
CLIFT, P.D. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  53. Convergent margin extension associated with arc-continent collision: the Finsch Deep, Papua New Guinea
WHITMORE, G.P.; JOHNSON, D.P.; Crook, K.A.W.; GALEWSKY, J.; Silver, E.A.
In: Tectonics, 16, No. 1, 77-87
WHITMORE, G.P. (Author)551.242.23ArticleAdd To Basket
  54. Cordilleran slab windows
THORKELSON, D.J.; Taylor, R.P.
In: Geology, 17, No. 9, 833-836
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  55. A cratonic foreland model for Witwatersrand Basin development in a continental back-arc, plate-tectonic setting
WINTER, H. de la R.
In: South African Journal of Geology, 90, No. 4, 409-427
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  56. Cretaceous to Holocene forearc evolution in Japan and its implication to crustal dynamics
Taira, A.; Ogawa, Y.
In: Episodes (BAS), 14, No. 3, 205-212
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  57. Criteria helpful in recognizing shear-zone and diapiric melanges: examples from the Hoh accretionary complex, Olympic Peninsula, Washington
ORANGE, D.L.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 102, No. 7, 935-951
ORANGE, D.L. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  58. Cross section of an accretionary wedge: Barbados Ridge complex
Westbrook, G.K.; LADD, J.W.; BUHL, P.; BANGS, N.; TILEY, G.J.
In: Geology, 16, No. 7, 631-635
Westbrook, G.K. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  59. Crustal growth of the Antarctic Peninsula by accretion, magmatism and extension
Storey, B.C.; Garrett, S.W.
In: Geological Magazine, 122, No. 1, 5-14
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  60. Crustal structure and evolution of the Mariana intra-oceanic island arc
TAKAHASHI, N.; KODAIRA, S.; Klemperer, S.L.; Tatsumi, Y.; Kaneda, Y.; SUYEHIRO, K.
In: Geology, 35, No. 3, 203-206
TAKAHASHI, N. (Author)551.242.233ArticleAdd To Basket
  61. Deep seismic profile across a Proterozoic collision zone: surprises at depth
Lucas, S.B.; Green, A.; HAJNAL, Z.
In: Nature, 363, No. 6427, 339-342
Lucas, S.B. (Author)551.242.237ArticleAdd To Basket
  62. Deep structure of the northeastern Japan arc and its relationship to seismic and volcanic activity
Hasegawa, A.; ZHAO, D.; HORI, S.; YAMAMOTO, A.; HORIUCHI, S.
In: Nature, 352, No. 6337, 683-689
Hasegawa, A. (Author)551.242.23ArticleAdd To Basket
  63. Deformation history of a Mesozoic forearc basin sequence on Alexander Island, Antarctic Peninsula
Doubleday, P.A.; Storey, B.C.
In: Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 11, No. 1, 1-21
Doubleday, P.A. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  64. Deformation mechanism paths for oceanic rocks during subduction and accretion: the Mesozoic forearc of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Doubleday, P.A.; TRANTER, T.H.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 151, Pt. 3, 543-554
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  65. Deformational styles in a sequence of olistostromal melanges, Pacific Rim Complex, western Vancouver Island, Canada
Brandon, M.T.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 101, No. 12, 1520-1542
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  66. The depositional environments and tectonic development of a Mesozoic intra-arc basin, Atacama region, Chile
BELL, C.M.; SUAREZ, M.
In: Geological Magazine, 130, No. 4, 417-430
BELL, C.M. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  67. Detrital zircon provenance analysis of the Great Valley Group, California: evolution of an arc-forearc system
DeGRAAFF-SURPLESS, K.; GRAHAM, S.A.; Wooden, J.L.; McWILLIAMS, M.O.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 114, No. 12, 1564-1580
DeGRAAFF-SURPLESS, K. (Author)551.242.23ArticleAdd To Basket
  68. Diapirism and structural thickening in an Early Palaeozoic subduction complex, southeastern New South Wales, Australia
Fergusson, C.L.; FRIKKEN, P.
In: Journal of Structural Geology, 25, No. 1, 43-58
Fergusson, C.L. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  69. Discovery of new hydrothermal vent sites in Bransfield Strait, Antarctica
KLINKHAMMER, G.P.; CHIN, C.S.; KELLER, R.A.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 193, Nos. 3-4, 395-407
KLINKHAMMER, G.P. (Author)551.242.23ArticleAdd To Basket
  70. Divergent double subduction: tectonic and petrologic consequences
SOESOO, A.; BONS, P.D.; GRAY, D.R.; FOSTER, D.A.
In: Geology, 25, No. 8, 755-758
SOESOO, A. (Author)551.242.23ArticleAdd To Basket
  71. Diverse melanges of an ancient subduction complex
LASH, G.G.
In: Geology, 15, No. 7, 652-655
LASH, G.G. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  72. Dynamics of subduction and plate motion in laboratory experiments: insights into the "plate tectonics" behavior of the Earth
BELLAHSEN, N.; FACCENNA, C.; FUNICIELLO, F.
In: Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, No. B1, B1401, doi:10.1029/2004JB002999, 15pp
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  73. Early Cainozoic stratigraphy and structure of the Gazelle Peninsula, east New Britain: an example of extensional tectonics in the New Britain arc-trench complex
Lindley, D.
In: Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (BAS), 35, No. 2, 231-244
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  74. An Early Cretaceous forearc basin in the Golfo de Penas region, southern Chile
Diemer, J.A.; FORSYTHE, R.D.; ENGELHARDT, D.; Porter, C.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 154, Pt. 6, 925-928
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  75. Early geochemical evolution of an oceanic island arc and backarc: Fiji and the South Fiji Basin
Gill, J.B.
In: Journal of Geology, 95, No. 5, 589-615
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  76. Early Paleozoic orogenic belt of the Andes in southwestern South America: result of Laurentia-Gondwana collision?
DALLA SALDA, L.; CINGOLANI, C.; VARELA, R.
In: Geology, 20, No. 7, 617-620
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  77. Early Paleozoic sedimentation, magmatism, and deformation in the Pensacola Mountains, Antarctica: the significance of the Ross orogeny
Storey, B.C.; Macdonald, D.I.M.; Dalziel, I.W.D.; ISBELL, J.L.; Millar, I.L.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 108, No. 6, 685-707
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Reserve a copy 78. Earth accretionary systems in space and time (2009)
Cawood, P.A.; Kroner, A.; CAWOOD, P.A.
ISBN: 9781862392786
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  79. Environments of formation of lithologic associations in the Torlesse accretionary wedge, Tararua Range, New Zealand
FOLEY, L.A.; ORR, T.O.H.; Korsch, R.J.
In: New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 31, No. 2, 167-181
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  80. Episodic arc migration, crustal thickening, subduction erosion, and magmatism in the south-central Andes
Kay, S.M.; Godoy, E.; KURTZ, A.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 117, No. 1-2, 67-88
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  81. Episodic development of a convergent margin inferred from structures and processes along the southern Chile margin
BANGS, N.L.; CANDE, S.C.
In: Tectonics, 16, No. 3, 489-503
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  82. Episodicity of Mesozoic terrane accretion along the Pacific margin of Gondwana: implications for superplume-plate interactions (2005)
Vaughan, A.P.M.; Livermore, R.A.
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  83. Estimates of modern arc-parallel strain rates in fore arcs
McCAFFREY, R.
In: Geology, 24, No. 1, 27-30
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  84. Evidence for pre-Jurassic subduction in western Antarctica
Smellie, J.L.; Clarkson, P.D.
In: Nature, 258, No. 5537, 701-702
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  85. Evidence from ophiolites, blueschists, and ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic terranes that the modern episode of subduction tectonics began in Neoproterozoic time
Stern, R.J.
In: Geology, 33, No. 7, 557-560
Stern, R.J. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  86. Evolution and diversity of subduction zones controlled by slab width
SCHELLART, W.P.; FREEMAN, J.; STEGMAN, D.R.; MORESI, L.; MAY, D.
In: Nature, 446, No. 7133, 308-311
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  87. Evolution of a Middle Jurassic back-arc basin, Cedros Island, Baja California: evidence from a marine volcaniclastic apron
Busby-Spera, C.J.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 100, No. 2, 218-233
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  88. Evolution of the Late Paleozoic accretionary complex and overlying forearc-magmatic arc, south central Chile (38o-41oS): constraints for the tectonic setting along the southwestern margin of Gondwana
MARTIN, M.W.; KATO, T.T.; RODRIGUEZ, C.; Godoy, E.; DUHART, P.; McDONOUGH, M.; CAMPOS, A.
In: Tectonics, 18, No. 4, 582-605
MARTIN, M.W. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  89. Evolution of the Scotia Arc
Dalziel, I.W.D.; Elliot, D.H.
In: Nature, 233, No. 5217, 246-252
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  90. Extension and basin formation in the southern Andes caused by increased convergence rate: a mid-Cenozoic trigger for the Andes
JORDAN, T.E.; BURNS, W.M.; VEIGA, R.; PANGARO, F.; COPELAND, P.; Kelley, S.; Mpodozis, C.
In: Tectonics, 20, No. 3, 308-324
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Reserve a copy 91. Extensional tectonics associated with convergent plate boundaries : a Royal Society discussion
Vine, F.J.; Smith, A.G.; Royal Society (Great Britain); Smith, A.G.; VINE, F.J.
ISBN: 0854031618
Copies: 2
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  92. Extensional tectonics in convergent margin basins. An example from the Salar de Atacama, Chilean Andes
Flint, S.; Turner, P.; Jolley, E.J.; Hartley, A.J.
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  100. Forearc basin dynamics and sedimentation controls, Tamworth belt, eastern Australia
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