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.
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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.
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