Geologic evolution of the Argentinian Andes
Balgord, Elizabeth A.
Teutschmann, Beth S.
Baker, Anna C.
Gauer, Anne K.
Kelly, Bridget B.
Nickel, Crystal L.
Kadulski, Brennan M.
Mahoney, J. Brian
Snyder, Lori D.
Hooper, Robert L.
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Over the past 2.1 Ga the western margin of South America has been subjected to a series of distinct orogenic events. Ongoing field research, including construction of detailed cross sections, will further define tectonic events and refine evolution of the Argentinean Andes.
Color poster with text, tables, and cross sections describe research conducted by UWEC geology students advised by J. Brian Mahoney, Lori D. Snyder, and Robert L. Hooper.
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