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collision zone


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collision zone

collision zone

collision zone

collision zone

Lithospheric structure of the continent—continent collision zone: eastern Turkey

Models of crustal flow in the India-Asia collision zone

Characterizing the intracrustal low velocity zone beneath northwest India–Asia collision zone

Lithospheric structure beneath the Zagros collision zone resolved by non-linear teleseismic tomography

Right-lateral shear across Iran and kinematic change in the Arabia—Eurasia collision zone

A strong seismic velocity contrast in the shallow mantle across the Zagros collision zone (Iran)

Earthquake processes of the Himalayan collision zone in eastern Nepal and the southern Tibetan Plateau

Multiple-frequency tomography of the upper mantle beneath the African/Iberian collision zone

Quaternary slip rates along the northeastern boundary of the Arabia-Eurasia collision zone (Kopeh Dagh Mountains, Northeast Iran)

Crustal structure and deformation in the northeast India-Asia collision zone: constraints from receiver function analysis

Lithospheric structure of the Arabian and Eurasian collision zone in eastern Turkey from S-wave receiver functions

A lithospheric cross-section through the Swiss Alps—II. Constraints on the mechanical structure of a continent-continent collision zone

Generation of Arc and Within-plate Chemical Signatures in Collision Zone Magmatism: Quaternary Lavas from Kurdistan Province, Iran

Lamproitic Rocks from a Continental Collision Zone: Evidence for Recycling of Subducted Tethyan Oceanic Sediments in the Mantle Beneath Southern Tibet

Formation of Distinct Granitic Magma Batches by Partial Melting of Hybrid Lower Crust in the Izu Arc Collision Zone, Central Japan

 

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A type of convergent margin in which two continents or island arcs have collided. The zone may be marked by young fold mountains, a suture, ophiolites, scattered, mostly shallow earthquakes, and faults with relatively short lengths of outcrop.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Environmental Science.


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