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In southwestern Mexico, Late Cretaceous to Early Tertiary deformation has been generally associated with the Laramide orogeny of the Cordillera. Several alternative models consider the deformation to result from the accretion of the Guerrero terrane, formed by the Zihuatanejo, Arcelia, and Teloloapan intraoceanic island arcs, to the continental margin of the North American plate. Here, we present a detailed geologic and structural study and new 40Ar/39Ar and U-Pb ages for a broad region in the central-eastern part of the Guerrero terrane that allow the accretion model to be tested. In the Huetamo–Ciudad Altamirano part of the region,...

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