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AGE AND PETROGENESIS OF THE SHUMAGIN BATHOLITH IN WESTERN CHUGACH-PRINCE WILLIAM TERRANE, ALASKA

@inproceedings{Cotter2013AGEAP,
  title={AGE AND PETROGENESIS OF THE SHUMAGIN BATHOLITH IN WESTERN CHUGACH-PRINCE WILLIAM TERRANE, ALASKA},
  author={J. F. Cotter},
  year={2013}
}
The Shumagin batholith is part of the Sanak-Baranof plutonic belt in Southwest Alaska that extends approximately 2200km from Sanak Island in the west to Baranof Island in the east. (Hudson, 1979; Hudson et al., 1979; Hill et al., 1980; Bradley et al., 2000; Haeussler et al., 2003). Previous work has indicated that the crystallization ages of the Sanak-Baranof plutons young from west to east. The oldest pluton in the belt intruded the Upper Cretaceous flysch of the Chugach-Prince William… Expand
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