Andean flat-slab subduction through time

@inproceedings{Ramos2009AndeanFS,
  title={Andean flat-slab subduction through time},
  author={Victor A. Ramos and ANDR{\'E}S FOLGUERA},
  year={2009}
}
The analysis of magmatic distribution, basin formation, tectonic evolution and structural styles of different segments of the Andes shows that most of the Andes have experienced a stage of flat subduction. Evidence is presented here for a wide range of regions throughout the Andes, including the three present flat-slab segments (Pampean, Peruvian, Bucaramanga), three incipient flat-slab segments (‘Carnegie’, Guañacos, ‘Tehuantepec’), three older and no longer active Cenozoic flat-slab segments… CONTINUE READING
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