Temporal and spatial evolution of orogens: a guide for geological mapping

@article{Franois2021TemporalAS,
  title={Temporal and spatial evolution of orogens: a guide for geological mapping},
  author={Camille François and Manuel Pubellier and Ch. Robert and C{\'e}dric Bulois and Siti Nur Fathiyah Jamaludin and Roland Oberh{\"a}nsli and Michel Faure and Marc R. St-Onge},
  journal={Episodes},
  year={2021}
}
Orogens develop in convergent settings involving twoor more continental and/or oceanic plates. They are tra-ditionally defined as zones of crustal deformation associ-ated with mountain building resulting from either accretionof a terrane and/or an arc, continent-continent collision or rift-inversion. However, this definition does not considerthe genetic link between an oceanic domain and an intra-continental rift, even though extension associated with ascissor-shape opening can be demonstrated… 
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