Comparative evolution of past and present accretionary orogens: Central Asia and the Circum-Pacific
These papers are part of the special issue titled “Comparative evolution of past and present accretionary orogens: Central Asia and the Circum-Pacific,” edited by Robert Hall, Bor-Ming Jahn, John Wakabayashi, and Wenjiao Xiao. The most recent papers can be found at the top.
Rui Gao,Hesheng Hou, Xunyu Cai, James H. Knapp, Rizheng He, Jinkai Liu, Xiaosong Xiong, Ye Guan, Wenhui Li, Lingsen Zeng, and Steven W. Roecker
Lithosphere 2013, v. 5, no. 4, p. 382
Fine crustal structure beneath the junction of the southwest Tian Shan and Tarim Basin, NW China
Bo Wan, Wenjiao Xiao, Brian F. Windley, and Chao Yuan
Lithosphere, 2013, v. 5, no. 3, p. 290
Permian hornblende gabbros in the Chinese Altai from a subduction-related hydrous parent magma, not from the Tarim mantle plume
Koji Wakita, Manuel Pubellier, and Brian F. Windley
Lithosphere, 2013, v. 5, no. 3, p. 265.
Tectonic processes, from rifting to collision via subduction, in SE Asia and the western Pacific: A key to understanding the architecture of the Central Asian orogenic belt