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A model of plate kinematics in Gondwana breakup

Instantaneous deformation and kinematics of the India–Australia Plate

Cretaceous to present kinematics of the Indian, African and Seychelles plates

Deformation and stress change associated with plate interaction at subduction zones: a kinematic modelling

Plate kinematics of the Western Mediterranean region during the Oligocene and Early Miocene

Recent kinematics of the tectonic plates surrounding the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden

Plate kinematics of the central Atlantic during the Oligocene and early Miocene

Breakup of Pangaea and plate kinematics of the central Atlantic and Atlas regions

A high-resolution model for Eurasia–North America plate kinematics since 20 Ma

Kinematics of the Western Africa-Eurasia plate boundary from focal mechanisms and GPS data

Present-day crustal deformation and plate kinematics in the Middle East constrained by GPS measurements in Iran and northern Oman

Kinematics to dynamics in the New Zealand Plate boundary zone: implications for the strength of the lithosphere

Evolution of the Late Cretaceous crust in the equatorial region of the Northern Indian Ocean and its implication in understanding the plate kinematics

Comment on ‘Breakup of Pangaea and plate kinematics of the central Atlantic and Atlas regions’ by Antonio Schettino and Eugenio Turco

Reply to comment by Cinthia Labails and Walter R. Roest on ‘Breakup of Pangaea and plate kinematics of the central Atlantic and Atlas regions’

The influence of plate kinematics, convection intensity, and subduction geometry on the Earth’s upper-mantle dynamics in the vicinity of a subduction zone

Fault kinematics in northern Central America and coupling along the subduction interface of the Cocos Plate, from GPS data in Chiapas (Mexico), Guatemala and El Salvador

 

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The study of the geometry of plate margins and the relative velocities of plate motions.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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