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  1. Asymmetric spreading in back-arc basins
Barker, P.F.
In: Nature, 285, No. 5767, 652-654
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  2. 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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  3. 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
Dalziel, I.W.D. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. 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 5. Backarc basins: tectonics and magmatism (1995)
Taylor, B.
ISBN: 0306449374
Copies: 1
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  6. 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
Wever, H.E. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. 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
Gonzalez-Casado, J.M. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Bransfield Strait, Antarctic Peninsula: active extension behind a dead arc (1995)
Lawver, L.A.; KELLER, R.A.; FISK, M.R.; STRELIN, J.A.
Copies: 1
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  9. 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
  10. 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
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  11. 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
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Reserve a copy 12. 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
Coward, M.P. (Michael Peter), 1945-2003 (Author)00865Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  13. 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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  14. 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
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  15. 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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  16. 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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Reserve a copy 17. 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
Vine, F.J. (Frederick J.) (Author)551.244Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 18. Foreland basins (1986)
Allen, P.A.; Homewood, P.; Allen, P.A.; HOMEWOOD, P.
ISBN: 0632017325
Copies: 3
Allen, P.A. (Author)551.243.33Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  19. Foreland-basin sequence response to collisional tectonism
CASTLE, J.W.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 113, No. 7, 801-812
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  20. Geochemical evidence for a Jurassic ensialic back-arc basin in north-east Palmer Land, Antarctic Peninsula
Wever, H.E.; Storey, B.C.
In: Terra Abstracts, 3, No. 1, 49
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  21. Geologic evolution of South Georgia (1982)
Tanner, P.W.G.
Copies: 1
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  22. Geology of a Mesozoic intra-arc sequence on Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands
Smellie, J.L.; DAVIES, R.E.S.; Thomson, M.R.A.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 50, 55-76
Smellie, J.L. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. The geology of central Isla Hoste, southern Chile: sedimentation, magmatism and tectonics in part of a Mesozoic back-arc basin
Andrews-Speed, C.P.
In: Geological Magazine, 117, No. 4, 339-349
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  24. Lithologic mixing in a modern foreland basin: evidence from Landsat thematic mapper images
DAMANTI, J.F.
In: Geology, 18, No. 9, 835-838
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  25. Magmatic evolution of a Jurassic back-arc basin system in northeast Palmer Land, Antarctic Peninsula (1991)
Wever, H.E.; Storey, B.C.; FORD, A.B.; Rowley, P.D.
Copies: 1
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  26. Mantle wedge control on back-arc crustal accretion
MARTINEZ, F.; Taylor, B.
In: Nature, 416, No. 6879, 417-420
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Reserve a copy 27. Marginal basin geology. Volcanic and associated sedimentary and tectonic processes in modern and ancient marginal basins (1984)
Kokelaar, B.P.; HOWELLS, M.F.
ISBN: 0632010738
Copies: 1
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  28. The Marinduque intra-arc basin, Philippines: basin genesis and in situ ophiolite development in a strike-slip setting
SAREWITZ, D.R.; LEWIS, S.D.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 103, No. 5, 597-614
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  29. Mid-Late Ordovician magmatism and metamorphism along the Gander margin in central Newfoundland
VALVERDE-VAQUERO, P.; van Staal, C.R.; MCNICOLL, V.; Dunning, G.R.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 163, Pt. 2, 347-362
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  30. Mid-Paleozoic initiation of the northern Cordilleran marginal backarc basin: geologic, geochemical, and neodymium isotope evidence from the oldest mafic magmatic rocks in the Yukon-Tanana terrane, Finlayson Lake district, southeast Yukon, Canada
PIERCEY, S.J.; MURPHY, D.C.; MORTENSEN, J.K.; CREASER, R.A.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 116, No. 9-10, 1087-1106
PIERCEY, S.J. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  31. The modern foreland basin system adjacent to the Central Andes
HORTON, B.K.; DeCELLES, P.G.
In: Geology, 25, No. 10, 895-898
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  32. Modified Gulf of California model for South Georgia, north Scotia Ridge, and implications for the Rocas Verdes back-arc basin, southern Andes
Alabaster, T.; Storey, B.C.
In: Geology, 18, No. 6, 497-500
Alabaster, T. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  33. Origin and evolution of the Bransfield Basin based on integrated MCS data
Gamboa, L.A.P.; CUNNINGHAM, A.P.; BOCHU, Y.; Camerlenghi, A.; NAKAO, S.; RUDOWSKI, S.
In: Terra Antartica, 1, No. 2, 293-294
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  34. Processes of formation and filling of a Mesozoic back-arc basin on the island of South Georgia (1984)
Storey, B.C.; Macdonald, D.I.M.
Copies: 1
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  35. A sequential back-arc and foreland basin thrust duplex model for the Southern Uplands of Scotland
Stone, P.; Floyd, J.D.; Barnes, R.P.; LINTERN, B.C.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 144, Pt. 5, 753-764
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  36. Tectonic development of the Bransfield Basin and its prolongation to the South Scotia Ridge, northern Antarctic Peninsula
Galindo-Zaldivar, J.; GAMBOA, L.; Maldonado, A.; NAKAO, S.; BOCHU, Y.
In: Marine Geology, 206, No. 1-4, 267-282
Galindo-Zaldivar, J. (Author)551.242.235ArticleAdd To Basket
  37. Tectonic history of a Jurassic backarc-basin sequence (the Gran Canon Formation, Cedros Island, Mexico), based on compositional modes of tuffaceous deposits
CRITELLI, S.; MARSAGLIA, K.M.; Busby, C.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 114, No. 5, 515-527
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  38. Transition from back-arc to foreland basin development in the southernmost Andes: stratigraphic record from the Ultima Esperanza District, Chile
WILSON, T.J.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 103, No. 1, 98-111
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