Tibetan Plate

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Lying between the Indian and Eurasian Plates, the Tibetan Plate consists of two continental blocks, northern Tibet and southern Tibet, divided by a suture with ophiolites. Most of the Cenozoic deformation of this part of the Indian– Eurasian collision has been to the south of Tibet, in the Himalayas.

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