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Structural evolution of the central External Betic Cordillera, southern Spain
A new tectonic subdivision of the central External Betic Cordillera is proposed based on previous stratigraphic studies, interpretation of seismic reflection profiles and balanced cross-sections. All available surface and ...
Mesozoic Geology of the Sand Springs Range, West-Central Nevada
Mesozoic structures and rock types mapped at a scale of 1:80000 in the Sand Springs Range (SSR), west-central Nevada, differ from those in adjacent allochthons. SSR structures and rock types contrast with those in better-known ...
The Caribbean carbonate crash at the middle to late Miocene transition and the establishment of the modern global thermohaline circulation
The Caribbean carbonate crash was a time of increased regional carbonate dissolution at the middle to late Miocene transition. It is marked by five dissolution episodes, occurring from 12-10 Ma, characterized by significant ...
Late Quaternary highstand and transgressive deltas of the ancestral Colorado River: Eustatic and climatic controls on deposition
Deltaic deposits were the main sinks for sequestering large volumes of sand on the northern Gulf of Mexico continental shelf during the late Quaternary. Examination of high resolution seismic reflection data, cores, and ...