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Yadong cross structure and South Tibetan Detachment in the east central Himalaya (89°–90°E)
The Yadong cross structure (YCS), occurring at ∼89°30′ east longitude in the Himalaya, is the largest across-strike discontinuity in the geologic structure and topography of the High Himalaya betweenExpand
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Crustal reworking at Nanga Parbat, Pakistan: Metamorphic consequences of thermal‐mechanical coupling facilitated by erosion
Within the syntaxial bends of the India-Asia collision the Himalaya terminate abruptly in a pair of metamorphic massifs. Nanga Parbat in the west and Namche Barwa in the east are actively deformingExpand
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Poor health is associated with use of anthropogenic resources in an urban carnivore
Rates of encounters between humans and wildlife are increasing in cities around the world, especially when wildlife overlap with people in time, space and resources. Coyotes (Canis latrans) can makeExpand
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The association of small mammals with coarse woody debris at log and stand scales
Coarse woody debris is an important structural element in forests. We empirically investigated the relationships between small mammals and coarse woody debris decay stage at two different scales:Expand
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Multi-stage development of the southern Tibet detachment system near Khula Kangri. New data from Gonto La
Abstract Field observations from Gonto La (southern Tibet), a pass through the high Himalaya, reveal a continuous, planar, ∼10°N-dipping detachment horizon (the Gonto La detachment). The detachmentExpand
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Tectonics of Nanga Parbat, western Himalaya: Synkinematic plutonism within the doubly vergent shear zones of a crustal-scale pop-up structure
Detailed mapping and geochronologic investigations from the eastern, southern, and western Nanga Parbat‐Haramosh massif reveal two thrust-displacement shear zones that have a spatial and temporalExpand
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Low site fidelity and home range drift in a wide-ranging, large Arctic omnivore
Space use by animals can provide insight into the habitats in which they live. In predictable landscapes where high-quality habitat is distributed heterogeneously, fidelity can increase individualExpand
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Rb-Sr, Sm-Nd, and U-Pb geochronology of the rocks within the Khlong Marui shear zone, southern Thailand
Abstract In southern Thailand, the Khlong Marui shear zone is dominated by a NNE–SSW striking high topographic lozenge shaped area of ca. 40 km long and 6 km wide between the Khlong Marui Fault andExpand
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Mazeno Pass Pluton and Jutial Pluton, Pakistan Himalaya: age and implications for entrapment mechanisms of two granites in the Himalaya
Abstract Zircon and monazite U-(Th)-Pb ion microprobe analysis were performed on the Mazeno Pass pluton and the Jutial pluton, two leucogranite bodies within the Nanga Parbat-Haramosh massif (NPHM),Expand
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