Recent compilation of geodynamic, geochemical, geochronologic, and ore deposits data provided an opportunity to review the continental margin, intra-oceanic, and post-collisional tectonic settings in the Central Tethys Region. These settings formed during sequential rifting of microcontinents from the passive margin of Gondwana, their northward transport across the Neo-Tethys Ocean, and their collision with the active margin of Eurasia.
|Tectono-magmatic evolution and distribution of porphyry Cu systems in the Central Tethys Region of Turkey, the Caucasus, Iran, and southern Pakistan
|Geological Society of America
|Geology, Minerals, Energy, and Geophysics Science Center
|Geological Society of America 125th Anniversary annual Meeting & Exp
|Oct 27-30, 2013
|Armenia, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey
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