Structure, emplacement and lateral expansion of the San José tonalite pluton, Peninsular Ranges batholith, Baja California, México
The 108 km2 San José pluton forms part of the Jurassic to Cretaceous Peninsular Ranges batholith of northern Baja California, México. The pluton was formed by three nested, southward-migrating intrusive pulses, and the internal contacts between them ind
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