The interplay between magmatism and tectonics is pivotal for deciphering the tectonic and geodynamic evolution of mountain belts. In the Northern Apennines–northern Tyrrhenian Sea orogenic system, large amounts of magma were emplaced at shallow crustal levels from the middle–late Miocene to Holocene (e.g., Serri et al., 1993; Rosenbaum et al., 2008). In this sector of the Apennine chain, the mutual relationships between magmatism and tectonics are still a matter of debate (e.g., Rossetti et al., 1999; Acocella and Rossetti, 2002; Musumeci et al., 2005, 2008; Rosenbaum et al., 2008). Elba Island, located in...
Interactions between low-angle normal faults and plutonism in the upper crust: Insights from the island of Elba, Italy: Comment
Francesco Mazzarini, Giovanni Musumeci, Alexander R. Cruden; Interactions between low-angle normal faults and plutonism in the upper crust: Insights from the island of Elba, Italy: Comment. GSA Bulletin 2012;; 124 (11-12): 1913–1915. doi: https://doi.org/10.1130/B30599.1
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