Andean Geology

Papers
(The TQCC of Andean Geology is 2. 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
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Análisis de facies en depósitos de grano fino asociados a flujos de fango. Formación Vaca Muerta (Tithoniano-Valanginiano), Cuenca Neuquina central, Argentina15
Nuevos registros de Lagostomus Brookes, 1828 (Rodentia, Chinchillidae) en el Mioceno tardío de Argentina y su importancia bioestratigráfica14
Campanian-Eocene dinoflagellate cyst biostratigraphy in the Southern Andean foreland basin: Implications for Drake Passage throughflow11
Conodont biostratigraphy and correlation of the San Juan Formation at the Cerro La Silla section, middle Tremadocian-lower Dapingian, Central Precordillera, Argentina11
Morphometry and spatial distribution of glacial cirques in the Western Fuegian Andes of Argentina, southernmost South America9
Unexpected coseismic surface uplift at Tirúa-Mocha Island area of south Chile before and during the Mw 8.8 Maule 2010 earthquake: a possible upper plate splay fault7
On the validity of the Macrochorobates scalabrinii Biozone (early Huayquerian Stage/Age, Late Miocene). Multi-proxy analysis of the enigmatic Arenas Blancas site (Buenos Aires Province, Argentina)6
Inferencias paleoclimáticas para el Mioceno tardío en la cuenca de Angastaco basadas en el análisis fisionómico foliar: Formación Palo Pintado, Salta, Argentina6
Pedogenic and subaerial exposure microfabrics in a late Carboniferous-early Permian carbonate-volcanic lacustrine-palustrine system (San Ignacio Formation, Frontal Cordillera, Argentina)6
Las Quínoas oncoids: a new deposit of microbialites in the Salar de Antofalla (Catamarca, Argentina)6
Tectonic setting of Cretaceous porphyry copper deposits of northern Chile (28°-30° S) and its relations with magmatic evolution and metallogeny5
Caracterización y reconstrucción del deslizamiento Agassiz mediante el uso de datos geoespaciales. Patagonia Austral, Argentina4
The first fossil record of a giant horsetail (Equisetum, Equisetaceae) is from the Miocene of Patagonia, Argentina4
Geochronology of the Cordillera Real granitoids, the inner magmatic arc of Bolivia4
Reservas, recursos y exploración de litio en salares del norte de Chile4
Exploration, mapping and characterization of filtration galleries of the Pica Oasis, northern Chile: A contribution to the knowledge of the Pica aquifer4
Dinámica de la vegetación andina del lago Argentino (50° S, 72° O) desde el retiro de los glaciares (ca. 12.000 años cal AP)4
Late Holocene tephrostratigraphy from Cajas National Park, southern Ecuador4
Stratigraphic and provenance analysis of Triassic rock units between 28-29° S, northern Chile: implications on the tectonic and paleogeographic evolution of the southwestern margin of Gondwana4
Early Jurassic (middle Hettangian) marine gastropods from the Pogibshi Formation (Alaska) and their paleobiogeographical significance3
The Nico Pérez terrane (Uruguay) and its archean and paleoproterozoic inheritance3
Origen y distribución de depósitos de tsunami en la marisma de Chaihuín (40° S/73,5° O), Chile3
Arquitectura estratigráfica, paleogeografía y proveniencia sedimentaria de las rocas cenozoicas del sur de Perú (Tacna, 18° S)3
Gold Deposits in Chile2
Magnetic fabric of the Parashi stock and related dyke swarm, Alta Guajira (Colombia): The Caribbean-South American plates oblique convergence2
Fluvial deposits of the Diamante Formation as a record of the Late Cretaceous tectonic activity in the Southern Central Andes, Mendoza, Argentina2
Nuevo registro de Puma concolor Linnaeus, 1771 (Carnivora, Felidae) para el Pleistoceno Tardío de Uruguay y su importancia paleoecológica2
Late Jurassic syn-extensional sedimentary deposition and Cenozoic basin inversion as recorded in The Girón Formation, northern Andes of Colombia2
The first Peruvian record of Enchodus (Actinopterygii, Aulopiformes, Enchodontidae) in the Upper Cretaceous Vivian Formation2
(U-Th)/He ages of Proterozoic-Paleozoic basement rocks from northern Chile (18-19° S) and implications on the Neogene uplift history of the Western Cordillera2
Geochemistry of Cenozoic plutonic rocks in the extra-Andean southern Patagonia as evidence for a magmatic arc migration process2
Remotely sensed time series of rapid terrace formation: Laguna del Viedma valley (Patagonia)2
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