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Andean tectonics related to geometry of subducted Nazca plate
Seismological and geological data show that tectonic segmentation of the Andes coincides with segmentation of the subducted Nazca plate, which has nearly horizontal segments and 30° east-dippingExpand
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Anatomy and global context of the Andes: Main geologic features and the Andean orogenic cycle
The Andes make up the largest orogenic system developed by subduction of oceanic crust along a continental margin. Subduction began soon after the breakup of Rodinia in Late Proterozoic times, andExpand
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Paleozoic terranes of the central Argentine‐Chilean Andes
The recognition of accreted terranes and their importance in orogenesis has spurred the search for allochthonous fragments along the western and southern margins of South America. Here we presentExpand
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Convergent Antibody Responses to SARS-CoV-2 in Convalescent Individuals
During the coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) has led to the infection of millions of people and has claimed hundredsExpand
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The Basement of the Central Andes: The Arequipa and Related Terranes
The basement of the Central Andes provides insights for the dispersal of Rodinia, the reconstruction of Gondwana, and the dynamics of terrane accretion along the Pacific. The PaleoproterozoicExpand
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Patagonia: A paleozoic continent adrift?
The evolution of Patagonia as an independent and exotic microcontinent from the rest of South America was a recurrent hypothesis since the XIX century, reaching notoriety during the discussion timesExpand
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Evidence in Cerro Pampa Volcanic Rocks for Slab-Melting Prior to Ridge-Trench Collision in Southern South America
Late Miocene ($$\approx 12 Ma$$) hornblende-bearing andesitic to dacitic (\documentclass{aastex} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{bm} \usepackage{mathrsfs}Expand
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Neogene Patagonian plateau lavas: Continental magmas associated with ridge collision at the Chile Triple Junction
Extensive Neogene Patagonian plateau lavas (46.5° to 49.5°S) southeast of the modern Chile Triple Junction can be related to opening of asthenospheric “slab windows” associated with collisions ofExpand
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