Mesoarchean accretionary mélange and tectonic erosion in the Archean Dharwar Craton, southern India: Plate tectonics in the early Earth

@article{Gao2020MesoarcheanAM,
  title={Mesoarchean accretionary m{\'e}lange and tectonic erosion in the Archean Dharwar Craton, southern India: Plate tectonics in the early Earth},
  author={Pin Gao and M. Santosh},
  journal={Gondwana Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={85},
  pages={291-305}
}
Comparative Analysis of the Sedimentary Cover Units of the Jurassic Western Tethys Ophiolites in the Northern Apennines and Western Alps (Italy): Processes of the Formation of Mass-Transport and Chaotic Deposits during Seafloor Spreading and Subduction Zone Tectonics
The Jurassic ophiolites in the Northern Apennines and the Western Alps represent fossil mid-ocean ridge (MOR) oceanic lithosphere that formed in the Mesozoic Ligurian-Piedmont Ocean Basin (LPOB).
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