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collision zone


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collision zone

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

 

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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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