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Journal Article
Journal: Lithosphere
Published: 16 May 2019
Lithosphere (2019) 11 (4): 560-580.
... in the southeast Pamir with the Tanymas thrust in the northern Pamir, and documents regionally extensive exposure of lithologically continuous units across the northeast Pamir. While timing of emplacement of the Torbashi thrust klippe and displacement on the Rouluke fault to the south is not well constrained, we...
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Views of rocks and structures within the study area (locations can be found...
Published: 16 May 2019
Figure 4. Views of rocks and structures within the study area (locations can be found in Fig. 3 ). (A) S-C fabrics within Tr sch1 showing top-to-southwest sense of shear (Torbashi fault hanging wall). (B) Foliation in the quartz-rich phyllite (s101/d63SW) of Tr sch2 (northern Torbashi fault
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Results from zircon U-Pb analyses of igneous rocks sampled within the study...
Published: 16 May 2019
peaks. (B) Concordia diagram for zircons from a granite in Pz aq (northeastern Torbashi fault footwall). Inset is a U/Pb cumulative probability diagram of concordant zircon ages showing Triassic and Jurassic peaks. (C) Concordia diagram for zircons from a granite in T r sch 1 (Torbashi fault hanging
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2007
GSA Bulletin (2007) 119 (7-8): 882-896.
... calcareous and mafic schists of are juxtaposed against upper amphibolite Pz sch4 facies schists of Pz sch5 , indicating the presence of a fault we call the Torbashi fault (Figs. 3–4) . The contact between Pz sch4 and Pz sch5 is strikes east subparallel to the Shen-ti fault before bending to the southeast...
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Geologic cross section of A–A′ on  Figure 2 . <b>Faults</b> are color coded to sho...
Published: 16 May 2019
Figure 9. Geologic cross section of A–A′ on Figure 2 . Faults are color coded to show relationships across the Pamir: blue—Baoziya/Torbashi thrust fault ( Robinson et al., 2004 , 2007 ); yellow—Shen-Ti fault/North Muskol shear zone ( Robinson et al., 2007 ; Rutte et al., 2017b ); red—Kongur
Journal Article
Journal: Lithosphere
Published: 23 May 2019
Lithosphere (2019) 11 (4): 507-523.
... section, maybe because faulting and northward propagation of the North Pamir caused northward displacement of the depocenter to north of the Wuheshalu section. * Corresponding author: hlchen@zju.edu.cn 08 07 2018 24 02 2019 11 03 2019 © 2019 The Authors 2019 Gold Open...
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Generalized geologic map of the eastern Pamir region noting the location of...
Published: 16 May 2019
the manuscript. A–A′ corresponds to Figure 9 of this study. BT—Baoziya thrust fault; GF—Ghez fault; KF—Kuke fault; KLF—Kexi-Liqi fault; KSES—Kongur Shan Extensional System; KKF—Karakoram fault; NMSZ—North Muskol shear zone; RF—Rouluke fault; STF—Shen-Ti fault; TaT—Tanymas thrust fault; TT—Torbashi thrust fault