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Publications tagged with [geochronology]

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In this paper new geologic map, tectonic, geomorphologic, and terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide(TCN) geochronologic data document the geometry, style, kinematics, and slip rates on late Quaternary faults within the Queen Valley, California-Nevada area.
Reference: GSA Bulletin; March/April 2009; v. 121; no. 3/4; p. 599-614
Relative chronology of landscape evolution across the unglaciated Appalachian plateaus of Kentucky and Tennessee.
Filed under: Geology -  General Geology
Reference: "Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Earth Surf. Process. Landforms 32, 874-887 (2007)"
Le K. , Lee J. et al.  
This paper is about new geologic mapping, tectonic geomorphologic, and cosmogenic radionuclide geochronologic data that provide the first numerical constraints on late Quaternary vertical slip and horizontal extension rates across the southern Sierra Nevada ...
Reference: GSA Bulletin; January/February 2007; v. 119; no. 1/2; p. 240-256.
<p>This paper is about Lu- Hf analyses of garnet from metabasic amphibolite, glaucophane schist and eclogite facies blocks from the Franciscan complex that give highly precise ages that allow us to place new constraints on the early thermal history of the ...
Reference: Earth and Planetary Science Letters 225 (2004) 147-161
This paper is about the Rathjen Gneiss which the oldest and structurally most complex of the granitic intrusives in the southern Adelaide Fold - Thrust Belt and therefore provides an important constraint on the timing of the Delamerian Orogen.
Reference: Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (1999) 46, 377-389
A granulite-facies Precambrian meta-igneous gneiss complex at Tromy, South Norway, which was previously assumed to represent a fragment of strongly large ion lithophile element (LILE)-depleted lower continental crust, has been reinvestigated using major and ...
Reference: JOURNAL OF PETROLOGY VOLUME 40 NUMBER 6 PAGES 909-933, 1999