Tectonics

Papers
(The TQCC of Tectonics is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
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Initiation and Evolution of the Shanxi Rift System in North China: Evidence From Low‐Temperature Thermochronology in a Plate Reconstruction Framework49
Spatial Slip Rate Distribution Along the SE Xianshuihe Fault, Eastern Tibet, and Earthquake Hazard Assessment47
Deflating the LLSVPs: Bundles of Mantle Thermochemical Plumes Rather Than Thick Stagnant “Piles”43
Burma Terrane Collision and Northward Indentation in the Eastern Himalayas Recorded in the Eocene‐Miocene Chindwin Basin (Myanmar)39
Early Carboniferous Back‐Arc Rifting‐Related Magmatism in Southern Tibet: Implications for the History of the Lhasa Terrane Separation From Gondwana37
Lithospheric Strength and Rift Migration Controls on Synrift Stratigraphy and Breakup Unconformities at Rifted Margins: Examples From Numerical Models, the Atlantic and South China Sea Margins37
Seismic Hazard Analyses From Geologic and Geomorphic Data: Current and Future Challenges35
Aptian Flysch in Central Tibet: Constraints on the Timing of Closure of the Bangong‐Nujiang Tethyan Ocean33
A New Tectonic Model for the 1927 M8.0 Gulang Earthquake on the NE Tibetan Plateau33
Cenozoic Evolution of the Sulu Sea Arc‐Basin System: An Overview32
Structural Evolution of Orogenic Wedges: Interplay Between Erosion and Weak Décollements31
Exploring the Interactions Between Rift Propagation and Inherited Crustal Fabrics Through Experimental Modeling31
Punctuated Orogeny During the Assembly of Asia: Tectonostratigraphic Evolution of the North China Craton and the Qilian Shan From the Paleoproterozoic to Early Paleozoic30
Paleogeothermal Gradients Across an Inverted Hyperextended Rift System: Example of the Mauléon Fossil Rift (Western Pyrenees)30
Neogene Retroarc Foreland Basin Evolution, Sediment Provenance, and Magmatism in Response to Flat Slab Subduction, Western Argentina29
Absolute Age and Temperature Constraints on Deformation Along the Basal Décollement of the Jura Fold‐and‐Thrust Belt From Carbonate U‐Pb Dating and Clumped Isotopes28
Jurassic Salt Tectonics in the SW Sub‐Alpine Fold‐and‐Thrust Belt27
The Cenozoic Evolution of Crustal Shortening and Left‐Lateral Shear in the Central East Kunlun Shan: Implications for the Uplift History of the Tibetan Plateau26
Petrochronology of Wadi Tayin Metamorphic Sole Metasediment, With Implications for the Thermal and Tectonic Evolution of the Samail Ophiolite (Oman/UAE)26
Terminal Suturing Between the Tarim Craton and the Yili‐Central Tianshan Arc: Insights From Mélange‐Ocean Plate Stratigraphy, Detrital Zircon Ages, and Provenance of the South Tianshan Accretionary Co26
Active Faults' Geometry in the Gulf of Aqaba, Southern Dead Sea Fault, Illuminated by Multibeam Bathymetric Data26
Early Cretaceous (∼138–134 Ma) Forearc Ophiolite and Tectonomagmatic Patterns in Central Tibet: Subduction Termination and Re‐initiation of Meso‐Tethys Ocean Caused by Collision of an Oceanic Plateau 26
Constraining Central Himalayan (Nepal) Fault Geometry Through Integrated Thermochronology and Thermokinematic Modeling26
Slab Detachment, Mantle Flow, and Crustal Collision in Eastern Sicily (Southern Italy): Implications on Mount Etna Volcanism25
Preorogenic Folds and Syn‐Orogenic Basement Tilts in an Inverted Hyperextended Margin: The Northern Pyrenees Case Study23
Rifting of Collapsed Orogens: Successive Incision of Continental Crust in the Proximal Margin Offshore Norway23
Regional Exhumation and Tectonic History of the Shanxi Rift and Taihangshan, North China23
Neoproterozoic Windermere Supergroup Near Bayhorse, Idaho: Late‐Stage Rodinian Rifting Was Deflected West Around the Belt Basin23
Structural Analysis of the Western Afar Margin, East Africa: Evidence for Multiphase Rotational Rifting23
Cenozoic Exhumation of the Ailaoshan‐Red River Shear Zone: New Insights From Low‐Temperature Thermochronology23
Widening of Hydrous Shear Zones During Incipient Eclogitization of Metastable Dry and Rigid Lower Crust—Holsnøy, Western Norway23
Detrital Zircon Age Constraints on the Evolution of Paleo‐Tethys in NE Iran: Implications for Subduction and Collision Tectonics23
Two Stages of Accelerated Exhumation in the Middle Reach of the Yarlung River, Southern Tibet Since the Mid‐Miocene23
Volcano‐Tectonic Setting of the Pisciarelli Fumarole Field, Campi Flegrei Caldera, Southern Italy: Insights Into Fluid Circulation Patterns and Hazard Scenarios23
Understanding the 3D Formation of a Wide Rift: The Central South China Sea Rift System22
Tectonics of the Asela‐Langano Margin, Main Ethiopian Rift (East Africa)22
Protracted Subduction of the European Hyperextended Margin Revealed by Rutile U‐Pb Geochronology Across the Dora‐Maira Massif (Western Alps)22
The Fingerprints of Flexure in Slab Seismicity21
Mesozoic Subduction Accretion History in Central Tibet Constrained From Provenance Analysis of the Mugagangri Subduction Complex in the Bangong‐Nujiang Suture Zone21
India‐Sunda Plate Motion, Crustal Deformation, and Seismic Hazard in the Indo‐Burmese Arc21
Slip Rates Along the Laohushan Fault and Spatial Variation in Slip Rate Along the Haiyuan Fault Zone20
Syn‐Orogenic Exhumation of High‐P Units by Upward Extrusion in an Accretionary Wedge: Insights From the Eastern Elba Nappe Stack (Northern Apennines, Italy)20
Structural and Thermochronologic Constraints on the Cenozoic Tectonic Development of the Northern Indo‐Burma Ranges20
Evolution of Rift Systems and Their Fault Networks in Response to Surface Processes20
Continental Interior and Edge Breakup at Convergent Margins Induced by Subduction Direction Reversal: A Numerical Modeling Study Applied to the South China Sea Margin20
Along‐Strike Variation in the Initiation Timing of the North‐Trending Rifts in Southern Tibet as Revealed From the Yadong‐Gulu Rift20
The Chimei Submarine Canyon and Fan: A Record of Taiwan Arc‐Continent Collision on the Rapidly Deforming Overriding Plate19
Late Miocene Deformation Kinematics Along the NW Zagros Fold‐Thrust Belt, Kurdistan Region of Iraq: Constraints From Apatite (U‐Th)/He Thermochronometry and Balanced Cross Sections19
Late Paleozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Paleo‐Asian Ocean in the Northern Alxa Block (NW China)19
Thermochronological and Geochronological Constraints on Late Cretaceous Unroofing and Proximal Sedimentation in the Sevier Orogenic Belt, Utah19
Formation and Forward Propagation of the Indosinian Foreland Fold‐Thrust Belt and Nanpanjiang Foreland Basin in SW China19
Reactivation of Fault Systems by Compartmentalized Hydrothermal Fluids in the Southern Andes Revealed by Magnetotelluric and Seismic Data19
Subduction, Underplating, and Return Flow Recorded in the Cycladic Blueschist Unit Exposed on Syros, Greece19
Deep Into the Chibougamau Area, Abitibi Greenstone Belt: Structure of a Neoarchean Crust Revealed by Seismic Reflection Profiling19
Jurassic to Cenozoic Magmatic and Geodynamic Evolution of the Eastern Pontides and Caucasus Belts, and Their Relationship With the Eastern Black Sea Basin Opening19
Paleomagnetism of the Late Cretaceous Red Beds From the Far Western Lhasa Terrane: Inclination Discrepancy and Tectonic Implications19
Origin of Low‐Angle Ductile/Brittle Detachments: Examples From the Cretaceous Linglong Metamorphic Core Complex in Eastern China18
Microcontinents and Continental Fragments Associated With Subduction Systems18
Accommodation of Plate Motion in an Incipient Strike‐Slip System: The Central Walker Lane18
Determining Histories of Slip on Normal Faults With Bedrock Scarps Using Cosmogenic Nuclide Exposure Data18
Central Pyrenees Mountain Building: Constraints From New LT Thermochronological Data From the Axial Zone18
Nature Versus Nurture: Preservation and Destruction of Archean Cratons18
Strike‐Slip Enables Subduction Initiation Beneath a Failed Rift: New Seismic Constraints From Puysegur Margin, New Zealand18
Present‐Day Motion of the Arabian Plate18
Episodic Crustal Extension and Contraction Characterizing the Late Mesozoic Tectonics of East China: Evidence From the Jiaodong Peninsula, East China18
Structural and Geophysical Characterization of the Western Termination of the South Pyrenean Triangle Zone18
Late Paleozoic Chingiz and Saur Arc Amalgamation in West Junggar (NW China): Implications for Accretionary Tectonics in the Southern Altaids17
The Merluza Graben: How a Failed Spreading Center Influenced Margin Structure, and Salt Deposition and Tectonics in the Santos Basin, Brazil17
Paleogene V‐Shaped Basins and Neogene Subsidence of the Northern Lesser Antilles Forearc17
Quantitative Constraints on Faulting and Fault Slip Rates in the Northern Main Ethiopian Rift17
Active Fold‐Thrust Belt to Foreland Transition in Northern Adria, Italy, Tracked by Seismic Reflection Profiles and GPS Offshore Data17
Protracted Shearing at Midcrustal Conditions During Large‐Scale Thrusting in the Scandinavian Caledonides17
Neogene Tectono‐Stratigraphic Evolution of the Intermontane Tarom Basin: Insights Into Basin Filling and Plateau Building Processes Along the Northern Margin of the Iranian Plateau (Arabia‐Eurasia Col17
Configuration and Timing of Collision Between Arabia and Eurasia in the Zagros Collision Zone, Fars, Southern Iran17
Cretaceous Evolution of the Central Asian Proto‐Paratethys Sea: Tectonic, Eustatic, and Climatic Controls17
Tectonic Evolution of the Eastern Moroccan Meseta: From Late Devonian Forearc Sedimentation to Early Carboniferous Collision of an Avalonian Promontory16
Mantle Upwelling Beneath the Cathaysia Block, South China16
Controls on Asymmetric Rift Dynamics: Numerical Modeling of Strain Localization and Fault Evolution in the Kenya Rift16
Slab Folding and Surface Deformation of the Iran Mobile Belt16
Disproving the Presence of Paleozoic‐Triassic Metamorphic Rocks on the Island of Zannone (Central Italy): Implications for the Early Stages of the Tyrrhenian‐Apennines Tectonic Evolution16
Can Grain Size Reduction Initiate Transform Faults?—Insights From a 3‐D Numerical Study16
Cretaceous and Eocene Rapid Cooling Phases in the Southern Andes (36°–37°S): Insights From Low‐Temperature Thermochronology, U‐Pb Geochronology, and Inverse Thermal Modeling From Domuyo Area, Argentin16
P‐wave Tomography and Azimuthal Anisotropy of the Manila‐Taiwan‐Southern Ryukyu Region16
Overriding Plate Deformation and Topography During Slab Rollback and Slab Rollover: Insights From Subduction Experiments16
Exhuming and Preserving Epizonal Orogenic Au‐Sb Deposits in Rapidly Uplifting Orogenic Settings16
Timing of Alpine Orogeny and Postorogenic Extension in the Alboran Domain, Inner Rif Chain, Morocco15
Coupled Andean Growth and Foreland Basin Evolution, Campanian–Cenozoic Bagua Basin, Northern Peru15
Seismotectonics at the Transition Between Opposite‐Dipping Slabs (Western Alpine Region)15
Tectonics of the Isua Supracrustal Belt 1: P‐T‐X‐d Constraints of a Poly‐Metamorphic Terrane15
Mantle Dynamics Beneath the Sichuan Basin and Eastern Tibet From Teleseismic Tomography15
Variable Quaternary Uplift Along the Southern Margin of the Central Anatolian Plateau Inferred From Modeling Marine Terrace Sequences15
Complex Basement‐Involved Contractional Structures in the Pre‐Andean Basins of Northern Chile: A Review From Seismic Data15
Extension Discrepancy of the Hyper‐Thinned Continental Crust in the Baiyun Rift, Northern Margin of the South China Sea15
Seismic Imaging of an Intracrustal Deformation in the Northwestern Margin of the South China Sea: The Role of a Ductile Layer in the Crust15
Connection Between a Subcontinental Plume and the Mid‐Lithospheric Discontinuity Leads to Fast and Intense Craton Lithospheric Thinning15
Late Cretaceous to Late Eocene Exhumation in the Nima Area, Central Tibet: Implications for Development of Low Relief Topography of the Tibetan Plateau15
From Caledonian Collapse to North Sea Rift: The Extended History of a Metamorphic Core Complex15
The Timing of Collision Between Asia and the West Burma Terrane, and the Development of the Indo‐Burman Ranges15
Low‐Temperature Thermochronology for Defining the Tectonic Controls on Heterogeneous Gold Endowment Across the Jiaodong Peninsula, Eastern China14
Syn‐Subduction Strike‐Slip Faults Shape an Accretionary Orogen and its Provenance Signatures: Insights From Sikhote‐Alin in NE Asia During the Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous14
Comparisons Between Tethyan Anorthosite‐Bearing Ophiolites and Archean Anorthosite‐Bearing Layered Intrusions: Implications for Archean Geodynamic Processes14
Basement‐Cover Decoupling During the Inversion of a Hyperextended Basin: Insights From the Eastern Pyrenees14
Tectonic Evolution and Paleoposition of the Baoshan and Lincang Blocks of West Yunnan During the Paleozoic14
Active Extension in a Foreland Trapped Between Two Contractional Chains: The South Apulia Fault System (SAFS)14
Influence of Zones of Pre‐Existing Crustal Weakness on Strain Localization and Partitioning During Rifting: Insights From Analog Modeling Using High‐Resolution 3D Digital Image Correlation14
When Two Salt Tectonics Systems Meet: Gliding Downslope the Levant Margin and Salt Out‐Squeezing From Under the Nile Delta14
Regional Deformation and Offshore Crustal Local Faulting as Combined Processes to Explain Uplift Through Time Constrained by Investigating Differentially Uplifted Late Quaternary Paleoshorelines: The 14
Pre‐Thrusting Stratigraphic Control on the Transition From a Thin‐Skinned to Thick‐Skinned Structural Style: An Example From the Double‐Decker Idaho‐Montana Fold‐Thrust Belt14
Architecture, Kinematics, and Tectonic Evolution of the Principal Cordillera of the Andes in Central Chile (∼33.5°S): Insights From Detrital Zircon U‐Pb Geochronology and Seismotectonics Implications14
Evolution of Late Paleozoic Magmatic Arc in the Yili Block, NW China: Implications for Oroclinal Bending in the Western Central Asian Orogenic Belt14
Tectono‐Stratigraphic and Thermal Evolution of the Western Betic Flysch: Implications for the Geodynamics of South Iberian Margin and Alboran Domain14
Comparing Slip Distribution of an Active Fault System at Various Timescales: Insights for the Evolution of the Mt. Vettore‐Mt. Bove Fault System in Central Apennines14
Kinematic Variation Within the Fars Arc, Eastern Zagros, and the Development of Fold‐and‐Thrust Belt Curvature14
Provenance Record of Late Mesoproterozoic to Early Neoproterozoic Units, West Hainan, South China, and Implications for Rodinia Reconstruction14
Exhumation of the High‐Pressure Tsäkkok Lens, Swedish Caledonides: Insights From the Structural and White Mica 40Ar/39Ar Geochronological Record14
From Salt‐Bearing Rifted Margins to Fold‐And‐Thrust Belts. Insights From Analog Modeling and Northern Calcareous Alps Case Study14
In Situ and Step‐Heating 40Ar/39Ar Dating of White Mica in Low‐Temperature Shear Zones (Tenda Massif, Alpine Corsica, France)14
Exhumation of the Coyote Mountains Metamorphic Core Complex (Arizona): Implications for Orogenic Collapse of the Southern North American Cordillera14
Underthrusting of the Tarim Lithosphere Beneath the Western Kunlun Range, Insights From Seismic Profiling Evidence14
Strain Partitioning Within Bending Orogens, New Insights From the Variscan Belt (Chiroulet‐Lesponne Domes, Pyrenees)14
Active Subaquatic Fault Segments in Lake Iznik Along the Middle Strand of the North Anatolian Fault, NW Turkey13
New Timing and Depth Constraints for the Catalina Metamorphic Core Complex, Southeast Arizona13
Damaged Speleothems and Collapsed Karst Chambers Indicate Paleoseismicity of the NE Bohemian Massif (Niedźwiedzia Cave, Poland)13
Deformation Analysis in the Barents Sea in Relation to Paleogene Transpression Along the Greenland‐Eurasia Plate Boundary13
Nature, Origin, and Evolution of the Pyrenean‐Cantabrian Junction13
Structural Evolution of a 1.6 Ga Orogeny Related to the Final Assembly of the Supercontinent Nuna: Coupling of Episodic and Progressive Deformation13
An Exhumation Pulse From the Nascent Franciscan Subduction Zone (California, USA)13
Evolution and Propagation of an Active Plate Boundary: U‐Pb Ages of Fault‐Related Calcite From the Dead Sea Transform13
The Role of Subduction Interface and Upper Plate Strength on Back‐Arc Extension: Application to Mediterranean Back‐Arc Basins13
3‐D Analog Modeling Constraints on Rifting in the Afar Region13
Inheritance of Penetrative Basement Anisotropies by Extension‐Oblique Faults: Insights From Analogue Experiments13
Pangea Migration13
Tectono‐Metamorphic Evolution of the Northern Dom Feliciano Belt Foreland, Santa Catarina, Brazil: Implications for Models of Subduction‐Driven Orogenesis13
Seismic Coupling Quantified on Inferred Décollements Beneath the Western Syntaxis of the Himalaya13
A Large Paleoearthquake in the Central Apennines, Italy, Recorded by the Collapse of a Cave Speleothem13
The Cycladic Blueschist Unit on Tinos, Greece: Cold NE Subduction and SW Directed Extrusion of the Cycladic Continental Margin Under the Tsiknias Ophiolite13
The Entire Crust can be Seismogenic: Evidence from Southern Malawi13
Slip‐Rate on the Main Köpetdag (Kopeh Dagh) Strike‐Slip Fault, Turkmenistan, and the Active Tectonics of the South Caspian12
Triassic–Jurassic Accretionary History and Tectonic Origin of Stikinia From U‐Pb Geochronology and Lu‐Hf Isotope Analysis, British Columbia12
The Case for Tectonic Control on Erosional Exhumation on the Tropical Northern Andes Based on Thermochronology Data12
3‐D Deep Electrical Resistivity Tomography of the Major Basin Related to the 2016 Mw6.5 Central Italy Earthquake Fault12
The Paleogeography of Laurentia in Its Early Years: New Constraints From the Paleoproterozoic East‐Central Minnesota Batholith12
An Integrated Structural and Magnetic Fabric Study to Constrain the Progressive Extensional Tectonics of the Rio do Peixe Basin, Brazil12
Lithospheric Density Structure and Effective Elastic Thickness Beneath Himalaya and Tibetan Plateau: Inference From the Integrated Analysis of Gravity, Geoid, and Topographic Data Incorporating Seismi12
Tectonic Inversion and Geomorphic Evolution of the Algerian Margin Since Messinian Times: Insights From New Onshore/Offshore Analog Modeling Experiments12
Tectono‐Stratigraphic Evolution of the Foreland Fold‐and‐Thrust Belt of the United Arab Emirates12
Structural Coupling Between the Qiman Tagh and the Qaidam Basin, Northern Tibetan Plateau: A Perspective From the Yingxiong Range by Integrating Field Mapping, Seismic Imaging, and Analogue Modeling12
Two Cenozoic Extensional Phases in Mallorca and Their Bearing on the Geodynamic Evolution of the Western Mediterranean12
Eocene Metamorphism and Anatexis in the Kathmandu Klippe, Central Nepal: Implications for Early Crustal Thickening and Initial Rise of the Himalaya12
Placing Another Piece of the Tethyan Puzzle: The First Paleozoic Paleomagnetic Data From the South Qiangtang Block and Its Paleogeographic Implications12
Lateral Termination of a Cycladic‐Style Detachment System (Hymittos, Greece)12
The Rif Chain (Northern Morocco) in the Late Tortonian‐Early Messinian Tectonics of the Western Mediterranean Orogenic Belt: Evidence From the Tanger‐Al Manzla Wedge‐Top Basin12
Denuding a Craton: Thermochronology Record of Phanerozoic Unroofing From the Pilbara Craton, Australia12
Building a Young Mountain Range: Insight Into the Growth of the Greater Caucasus Mountains From Detrital Zircon (U‐Th)/He Thermochronology and 10Be Erosion Rates12
3‐D Structure of the Variscan Thrust Front in Northern France: New Insights From Seismic Reflection Profiles11
Active Thrusting in an Intermontane Basin: The Kumysh Fault, Eastern Tian Shan11
From Left Slip to Transpression: Cenozoic Tectonic Evolution of the North Altyn Fault, NW Margin of the Tibetan Plateau11
Tectonics of the Isua Supracrustal Belt 2: Microstructures Reveal Distributed Strain in the Absence of Major Fault Structures11
Early Cretaceous Provenance, Sediment Dispersal, and Foreland Basin Development in Southwestern Montana, North American Cordillera11
Formation and Persistence of Extensional Internally Drained Basins: The Case of the Fucino Basin (Central Apennines, Italy)11
Magnetostratigraphic Age Control of the Timing of Tectonic Deformation and the Shifting Depositional Environments in the Dezful Embayment, Iran11
Evolution of a Normal Fault System Along Eastern Gondwana, New Zealand11
Structural Evolution at the Northeast North German Basin Margin: From Initial Triassic Salt Movement to Late Cretaceous‐Cenozoic Remobilization11
From Crustal Thickening to Orogen‐Parallel Escape: The 120‐Myr‐Long HT‐LP Evolution Recorded by Titanite in the Paleozoic Famatinian Backarc, NW Argentina11
Atmospheric Precipitation and Anomalous Upper Mantle in Relation to Intraplate Seismicity in Norway11
High‐ and Low‐Angle Normal Fault Activity in a Collisional Orogen: The Northeastern Granada Basin (Betic Cordillera)11
Back‐Arc Dynamics Controlled by Slab Rollback and Tearing: A Reappraisal of Seafloor Spreading and Kinematic Evolution of the Eastern Algero‐Balearic Basin (Western Mediterranean) in the Middle‐Late M11
Burial, Accretion, and Exhumation of the Metamorphic Sole of the Oman‐UAE Ophiolite11
Crustal and Mantle Deformation Inherited From Obduction of the Semail Ophiolite (Oman) and Continental Collision (Zagros)11
Oblique Right‐Lateral Faulting Along the Northern Margin of the Ili Basin in the Northern Tian Shan, Northwest China11
Tectonic Underplating and Dismemberment of the Maclaren‐Kluane Schist Records Late Cretaceous Terrane Accretion Polarity and ~480 km of Post‐52 Ma Dextral Displacement on the Denali Fault11
40Ar/39Ar Age Constraints on HP/LT Metamorphism in Extensively Overprinted Units: The Example of the Alpujárride Subduction Complex (Betic Cordillera, Spain)11
Crustal Deformation and Fault Strength of the Sulawesi Subduction Zone11
Normal Fault Kinematics and the Role of Lateral Tip Retreat: An Example From Offshore NW Australia11
Episodic Long‐Term Exhumation of the Tianshan Orogenic Belt: New Insights From Multiple Low‐Temperature Thermochronometers11
Significance of Northern Andes Terrane Extrusion and Genesis of the Interandean Valley: Paleomagnetic Evidence From the “Ecuadorian Orocline”11
Reactivation of Non‐Optimally Orientated Faults Due to Glacially Induced Stresses11
A Geomorphic Examination of the Calabrian Forearc Translation11
Active Deformation and Relief Evolution in the Western Lurestan Region of the Zagros Mountain Belt: New Insights From Tectonic Geomorphology Analysis and Finite Element Modeling10
Large‐Scale Rotational Motion Within the Main Central Thrust Zone in the Darjeeling‐Sikkim Himalaya, India10
Low‐Angle Shear Within the Exposed Mânzălești Diapir, Romania: Salt Decapitation in the Eastern Carpathians Fold‐and‐Thrust Belt10
The Influence of Climate on the Dynamics of Mountain Building Within the Northern Patagonian Andes10
Slip Rate of the Danghe Nan Shan Thrust Fault from 10Be Exposure Dating of Folded River Terraces: Implications for the Strain Distribution in Northern Tibet10
S wave Velocity Structure of the Crust and Upper Mantle Beneath Shanxi Rift, Central North China Craton and its Tectonic Implications10
Active Back‐Arc Thrust in North West Java, Indonesia10
The Dashui Subduction Complex in the Eastern Tianshan‐Beishan Orogen (NW China): Long‐Lasting Subduction‐Accretion Terminated by Unique Mid‐Triassic Strike‐Slip Juxtaposition of Arcs in the Southern A10
Slip Rate and Paleoseismology of the Bolokenu‐Aqikekuduk (Dzhungarian) Right‐Lateral Strike‐Slip Fault in the Northern Tian Shan, NW China10
Superimposed Rifting at the Junction of the Central and Equatorial Atlantic: Formation of the Passive Margin of the Guiana Shield10
Magmatism and Extension in the Anaconda Metamorphic Core Complex of Western Montana and Relation to Regional Tectonics10
The Serpukhovian–Bashkirian Amalgamation of Laurussia and the Siberian Continent and Implications for Assembly of Pangea10
Cenozoic Exhumation History of the Eastern Margin of the Northern Canadian Cordillera10
Tectonic Controls on Surface Erosion Rates in the Longmen Shan, Eastern Tibet10
Investigating the Plate Kinematics of the Bay of Biscay Using Deformable Plate Tectonic Models10
The Limpopo Magma‐Rich Transform Margin, South Mozambique: 1. Insights From Deep‐Structure Seismic Imaging10
Seismicity in a Transpressional Volcanic Arc: The Liquiñe‐Ofqui Fault System in the Puyuhuapi Area, Southern Andes, Chile (44°S)10
Crustal Structure of the Mesopotamian Plain, East of Iraq10
Late‐Syn‐ to Post‐Rift Salt Tectonics on Wide Rifted Margins—Insights From Geodynamic Modeling10
The Limpopo Magma‐Rich Transform Margin, South Mozambique – 2: Implications for the Gondwana Breakup10
The Dynamics of Forearc – Back‐Arc Basin Subsidence: Numerical Models and Observations From Mediterranean Subduction Zones10
Quaternary Seismostratigraphy and Tectonosedimentary Evolution of the North Tunisian Continental Margin10
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