' s personal copy End member models for Andean Plateau uplift

  title={' s personal copy End member models for Andean Plateau uplift},
  author={Jason B. Barnes and Todd A Ehlers},
a r t i c l e i n f o Keywords: orogenic plateaus plateau uplift South America Andes central Andes Altiplano Puna Diverse techniques have been applied over the past decade to quantify the uplift history of the central Andean Plateau (AP). In this study, opposing models for surface uplift are evaluated including: a rapid rise of ∼ 2.5 km ∼ 10–6 Ma and a slow and steady rise since ∼ 40 Ma. These end member models are evaluated by synthesizing observations of the AP lithosphere and the history of… CONTINUE READING
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