Jessica L. D’Andrea Kapp

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[1] In the Nyainqentanglha (NQTL) massif, southern Tibet, a late Cenozoic, SE dipping, normal fault exhumed an oblique section of crust in its footwall. U-Th-Pb dating of zircon and monazite from footwall exposures reveals a collage of felsic intrusions including Cretaceous–early Tertiary and Miocene granitoids. Ages of the latter span >10 m.y., suggesting(More)
Nonhuman primates are useful large animal model systems for the in vivo study of hematopoietic stem cell biology. To better understand the degree of similarity of the hematopoietic systems between humans and baboons, and to explore the relevance of such studies in nonhuman primates to humans, this study was designed to compare the global gene expression(More)
The Ireteba pluton is a ∼66 Ma granite emplaced at the eastern edge of the Cordilleran biotite muscovite garnet plutonic belt in southeastern Nevada. In common with other Cordilleran peraluminous granites, its mineralogy, major element chemistry, isotopic composition, and abundant Proterozoic zircon inheritance document crustal origin. Distinctive trace(More)
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