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Geologic correlation of the Himalayan orogen and Indian craton: Part 2. Structural geology, geochronology, and tectonic evolution of the eastern Himalaya

Yin, An; Dubey, C; Kelty, T K; Webb, Alexander G.; Harrison, T.M.; Chou, C.Y; Celerier, Julien


Despite being the largest active collisional orogen on Earth, the growth mechanism of the Himalaya remains uncertain. Current debate has focused on the role of dynamic inter action between tectonics and climate and mass exchanges between the Himalayan and Tibetan crust during Cenozoic India-Asia collision. A major uncertainty in the debate comes from the lack of geologic information on the eastern segment of the Himalayas from 91°E to 97°E, which makes up about one-quarter of the mountain belt....[Show more]

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Date published: 2010
Type: Journal article
Source: Geological Society of America Bulletin
DOI: 10.1130/B26461.1


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