Implications of volcanism in coastal California for the Neogene deformation history of western North America

@inproceedings{Wilson2005ImplicationsOV,
  title={Implications of volcanism in coastal California for the Neogene deformation history of western North America},
  author={Douglas S. Wilson and Patricia A. McCrory and Richard S. G. Stanley},
  year={2005}
}
[1] The geologic record of coastal California includes evidence of numerous volcanic centers younger than 30 Ma that do not appear to have erupted in an arc setting. By correlating these volcanic centers with specific slab windows predicted from analysis of magnetic anomalies on the Pacific plate, we add new constraints to tectonic reconstructions since 30 Ma. Our correlations, such as erupting the Morro Rock–Islay Hill complex south of the Pioneer fracture zone and the Iversen Basalt south of… CONTINUE READING

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