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Zircon U-Pb age constraints from Iran on the magmatic evolution related to Neotethyan subduction and Zagros orogeny
Abstract This study reports zircon LA-ICPMS U–Pb ages of 50 igneous rock samples from the Urumieh–Dokhtar magmatic arc (UDMA) and Sanandaj–Sirjan structural zone (SSZ) in Iran. These results,Expand
Late Cretaceous Gangdese intrusions of adakitic geochemical characteristics, SE Tibet: Petrogenesis and tectonic implications
ARTICLE I NFO The Gangdese batholith emplaced from the Cretaceous to Eocene in southern Tibet has been widely regarded as the major constituent of an Andean-type convergent margin resulting fromExpand
Astronomically calibrated ages for geomagnetic reversals within the Matuyama chron
We present a magnetostratigraphic record from the western Philippine Sea that is tied to a marine δ18O record for the past 2.14 million years. The ages of geomagnetic reversals were astronomicallyExpand
Crust-mantle interaction during the tectono-thermal reactivation of the North China Craton: constraints from SHRIMP zircon U–Pb chronology and geochemistry of Mesozoic plutons from western Shandong
Chronological, geochemical and Sr–Nd–Pb isotopic analyses have been carried out on the Mesozoic plutons in western Shandong with the aim of characterizing crustal–mantle evolution during theExpand
Apatite Composition: Tracing Petrogenetic Processes in Transhimalayan Granitoids
Apatites crystallized from different types of igneous rocks show significant variations in the abundances of some minor and trace elements. In this study, electron probe microanalysis and laserExpand
Phenotypic plasticity of habitat use by three temperate eel species, Anguilla anguilla, A. japonica and A. rostrata
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Diversity of habitat use appears to be a common strategy of temperate eel species, and, as a life his- tory tactic, is under environmental control. Expand
Migratory behaviour and habitat use by American eels Anguilla rostrata as revealed by otolith microchemistry
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Four distinct but interrelated behavioural groups were identified by the temporal changes in Sr:Ca ratios in their otoliths: (1) entrance into freshwater as an elver, (2) coastal or estuarine residence for 1y r or more before entering freshwater, and, after enteringfresh, (3) continuous freshwater res- idence until the silver eel stage. Expand
Zircon U–Pb and Hf isotopic constraints from eastern Transhimalayan batholiths on the precollisional magmatic and tectonic evolution in southern Tibet
Abstract Before the Indian collision with Asia, northward subduction of the Neo-Tethyan oceanic lithosphere produced an Andean-type convergent margin in South Asia characterized by arc magmatismExpand
Metamorphic P-T path and tectonic implications of medium-pressure pelitic granulites from the Jiaobei massif in the Jiao-Liao-Ji Belt, North China Craton
Abstract Both medium- and high-pressure pelitic granulites were found in the Jiaobei massif in the southern segment of the Jiao-Liao-Ji Belt, which is a Paleoproterozoic tectonic belt in the EasternExpand
Disparities in habitat use and migratory behavior between tropical eel Anguilla marmorata and temperate eel A. japonica in four Taiwanese rivers
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A. marmorata is more easily threatened by both fishing pressure and continuous habitat degradation than A. japonica, and this disparity in migratory behaviors and habitat use between species may reflect interspecific competition and adaptive radiation. Expand
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