Constraints on the Neogene growth of the central Patagonian Andes at the latitude of the Chile triple junction (45–47°S) using U/Pb geochronology in synorogenic strata

  title={Constraints on the Neogene growth of the central Patagonian Andes at the latitude of the Chile triple junction (45–47°S) using U/Pb geochronology in synorogenic strata},
  author={Andr{\'e}s Folguera and A. Encinas and A. Echaurren and Guido M Gianni and Dar{\'i}o Leandro Orts and V. Valencia and Gabriel Carrasco},
The role of slab geometry in the exhumation of cordilleran-type orogens and their forelands: Insights from northern Patagonia
In cordilleran-type orogens, subduction geometry exerts a fundamental control on the tectonic behavior of the overriding plate. An integrated low-temperature, large thermochronological data set is
Tectonic vs. climate controls on the evolution of a miocene intermontane basin, Patagonian Andean foreland, Argentina
The interaction of tectonics and climate is considered the main determining factor in the development of different depositional systems (from aeolian to alluvial to lacustrine environments) in
Despite their geodynamic significance, the stratigraphy and paleoenvironments of the lower-middle Miocene clastic deposits, genetically related to subduction-driven lithospheric processes at the
Quantifying Tectonic and Glacial Controls on Topography in the Patagonian Andes (46.5°S) From Integrated Thermochronometry and Thermo‐Kinematic Modeling
The Patagonian Andes have been used to illustrate the dependency of major topographic changes in response to glacial erosion processes dominating over tectonic deformation and uplift. Here, we


Mesozoic‐Cenozoic denudation history of the Patagonian Andes (southern Chile) and its correlation to different subduction processes
Fission track (FT) analysis is applied to assess the Mesozoic and Cenozoic thermal and denudational history of the Patagonian Andes between 44° and 51°S and the geologic and geomorphic response of
Tectonic development of the North Patagonian Andes and their related Miocene foreland basin (41°30′‐43°S)
The Northern Patagonian Andes have been constructed through multiple mechanisms that range from tectonic inversion of extensional structures of Early to Middle Jurassic age in the Main Andes to
Late Cenozoic geomorphic and tectonic evolution of the Patagonian Andes between latitudes 42°S and 46°S: An appraisal based on fission-track results from the transpressional intra-arc Liquiñe-Ofqui fault zone
Fission-track (FT) thermochronology has been applied to investigate the low-temperature cooling and denudation history of the Patagonian Andes along the southern part of the intra-arc transpressional
Neogene uplift of central eastern Patagonia: Dynamic response to active spreading ridge subduction?
The Chile Triple Junction (CTJ) episodically migrated northward during the past 14 Ma from 54°S to its present‐day position at 46°30′S, as different almost trench‐parallel spreading segments entered
Pliocene extensional tectonics in the Eastern Central Patagonian Cordillera: geochronological constraints and new field evidence
Recent field work and review of radiometric data obtained from Neogene lavas and plutonic rocks exposed in the Eastern Central Patagonian Cordillera (46–48ºS), which overlie subducted segments of the