Subduction between the Jiamusi and Songliao blocks: Geochronological and geochemical constraints from granitoids within the Zhangguangcailing orogen, northeastern China
Cenozoic exhumation of the Danba antiform, eastern Tibet: Evidence from low-temperature thermochronology
Late Cretaceous crustal hydration in the Colorado Plateau, USA, from xenolith petrology and monazite geochronology
Geochronology and geochemistry of Neoproterozoic granitoids in the central Qilian Shan of northern Tibet: Reconstructing the amalgamation processes and tectonic history of Asia
Age and volcanic stratigraphy of the Eocene Siletzia oceanic plateau in Washington and on Vancouver Island
Geochronology and geochemistry of Permian to Early Triassic granitoids in the Alxa Terrane: Constraints on the final closure of the Paleo-Asian Ocean
COVER: A positive flower architecture propagated in Pliocene-Quaternary sandstone and microconglomerate deposits at northwest Bardeskan, Khorasan province, Iran. Kinematics indicators such as slicken-lines, synthetic Rieldel fractures, and steps on the fault surface indicate a pure right-lateral strike-slip sense of shear along the sub-vertical NW-SE striking positive flower structure. These sub-vertical NW-SE striking right-lateral fault sets associated with the sub-vertical NE-SW striking left-lateral fault sets, in the form of conjugate faults, are formed in response to the N-S maximum shortening direction at the north Doruneh fault zone. Latitude/Longitude: 35°29′20.07″/57°43′26.43″.
PHOTO BY: Meisam Tadayon.
COVER DESIGN BY: Heather L. Sutphin
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