Patterns of denudation through time in the San Bernardino Mountains, California: Implications for early-stage orogenesis
Basin-averaged cosmogenic 10Be concentrations, apatite (U-Th)/He thermochronometry and incision into a dated palaeosurface constrain spatial and temporal variations in the rates of denudation experienced during the early-stages of orogenesis in the San Bernardino Mountains, California. Cosmogenic 10Be analysis measures denudation over intermediate (∼ 102-104 years) time scales and records rates which decrease from a maximum of 2700 ± 500 mm ka- 1 in the south to a minimum of 52 ± 5 mm ka- 1 in...[Show more]
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