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Tectonics

Volume 38, Issue 1

Pages: 1-391

January 2019

Introduction to a Special Section

Introduction to "Orogenic Cycles: From Field Observations to Global Geodynamics'

Virginia Toy, Gianreto Manatschal, Gideon Rosenbaum, et al.

Pages: 3-6 

First Published:11 January 2019

This special section of Tectonics commemorates Associate Professor Marco Beltrando's early passing in December 2015

This introduction explains the significance of Marco's research

It also introduces and summaries all papers in the volume and indicates how they are linked

Research Articles

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Stress Field Evolution of the Southernmost Andean Cordillera From Paleostress Analysis (Argentine Tierra del Fuego)

A. Maestro, P. Ruano, P. Torres Carbonell, et al.

Pages: 7-25 

First Published:12 November 2018

Brittle mesostructures analysis contributes to establish the geodynamic evolution of the Fuegian Andes area

The stress fields establish are congruous with a regional NE‐SW compressive stress direction active in the zone since the Late Cretaceous

Deflection of the regional stress field by large crustal heterogeneities controlled the local structures

Geometry and Structure of a Fault-Bounded Extensional Basin by Integrating Geophysical Surveys and Seismic Anisotropy Across the 30 October 2016 Mw 6.5 Earthquake Fault (Central Italy): The Pian Grande di Castelluccio Basin

F. Villani, V. Sapia, P. Baccheschi, et al.

Pages: 26-48 

First Published:16 November 2018

We explore the subsurface of the Pian Grande di Castelluccio basin, across the 30 October 2016 Mw 6.5 central Italy earthquake fault

Electrical resistivity models, ambient noise, and seismic anisotropy analyses constrain the basin geometry and the faults pattern

The complex subsurface setting is caused by two fault systems with different timing of activity that created `300‐m‐deep depocenters

Kinematics of Foreland-Vergent Crustal Accretion: Inferences From the Dinarides Evolution

Marianne van Unen, Liviu Matenco, Fadi Henri Nader, et al.

Pages: 49-76 

First Published:29 November 2018

The migration of contractional deformation in the Dinarides can be associated with lower plate crustal accretion during slab rollback

Along the Dinarides orogenic strike there is a lateral variability of contractional deformation

The entire Dinarides orogen was affected by Miocene extension and subsequent inversion

Electrical Structure of the Lithosphere From Rio de la Plata Craton to Paraná Basin: Amalgamation of Cratonic and Refertilized Lithospheres in SW Gondwanaland

M. S. Bologna, G. N. Dragone, R. Muzio, et al.

Pages: 77-94 

First Published:03 December 2018

Rio de la Plata and Paraná Basin lithospheres are at `200-km and 150- to 200-km thick, respectively, and electrically distinct

Accreted Rivera-Taquarembó-São Gabriel blocks compose a heterogeneous and `100-km-thick resistive lithosphere

Estimated geoelectrical strikes support NNE–SSW convergence and ocean closure during the amalgamation of SW Gondwanaland

Ediacaran Obduction of a Fore-Arc Ophiolite in SW Iberia: A Turning Point in the Evolving Geodynamic Setting of Peri‐Gondwana

Rubén Díez Fernández, Alberto Jiménez-Díaz, Ricardo Arenas, et al.

Pages: 95-119 

First Published:07 December 2018

The Calzadilla Ophiolite is a fore-arc ensemble obducted onto a section of a peri-Gondwanan arc in latest Ediacaran times

Ophiolite obduction was directed to the ESE (present-day coordinates), following a vector directed to mainland Gondwana

Obduction preceded back‐arc and fore-arc spreading in peri-Gondwana and was followed by the onset of extensional domes and rifting

Multiproxy Isotopic and Geochemical Analysis of the Siwalik Sediments in NW India: Implication for the Late Cenozoic Tectonic Evolution of the Himalaya

Sanjay Kumar Mandal, Dirk Scherler, Rolf L. Romer, et al.

Pages: 120-143 

First Published:30 November 2018

We present a geochemical, Sr-Nd isotopic, and detrital zircon U-Pb geochronological data set of the Late Miocene to Pleistocene Siwalik sediments from two temporally constrained sections in the Dehradun reentrant of NW Indian Himalaya

Sediments were derived from relatively invariant sources since the Late Miocene

Sediments were supplied by southward directed transverse rivers analogous to rivers feeding the foreland basin at present

Crustal and Mantle Structure Beneath the Southern Payenia Volcanic Province Using Gravity and Magnetic Data

A. Astort, B. Colavitto, L. Sagripanti, et al.

Pages: 144-158 

First Published:06 December 2018

A magmatic intrusion due to an asthenospheric upwelling in the Southern Central Andes was constrained by magnetic anomalies

The Geoid was used to interpret an asthenospheric upwelling

We found a correlation between drainage geometry, its diversion pattern, and magnetic anomalies

Formation Conditions for Nanoparticles in a Fault Zone and Their Role in Fault Sliding

Zhou-rong Cai, Li-juan Lu, Qiang-tai Huang, et al.

Pages: 159-175 

First Published:20 December 2018

Two types of nanoparticles formed in different temperature and pressure play different roles in the whole sliding

The agglomerated nanoparticles may be the primary reason for an increase in the dynamic friction

A Gravity Study of the Longmenshan Fault Zone: New Insights Into the Nature and Evolution of the Fault Zone and Extrusion-Style Growth of the Tibetan Plateau Since 40 Ma

Xiaodian Jiang, Zheng-Xiang Li, Chaoyang Li, et al.

Pages: 176-189 

First Published:26 December 2018

The southern and central-northern Longmenshan Fault Zone exhibit contrasting geometry, depths, and fault kinematics

Their contrasting behaviors and geometry were driven by the motions of two different crustal blocks from the Tibetan Plateau since 40 Ma

Central-northern Longmenshan Fault Zone and the Altyn Tagh Fault are two symmetrical bounding faults for an extrusion style expansion of the Tibet Plateau

Rifting Processes at a Continent-Ocean Transition Rift Revealed by Fault Analysis: Example of Dabbahu-Manda-Hararo Rift (Ethiopia)

S. Dumont, Y. Klinger, A. Socquet, et al.

Pages: 190-214 

First Published:06 December 2018

Fault analysis, density map, and strain analysis are performed for 668 normal faults

Magmato-tectonic evolution of the rift is proposed for the last 100 kyr

Rift‐ocean ridges are compared to unravel the behavior of a continent-ocean transition rift

New Paleomagnetic Results From Middle Jurassic Limestones of the Qiangtang Terrane, Tibet: Constraints on the Evolution of the Bangong-Nujiang Ocean

Yong Cao, Zhiming Sun, Haibing Li, et al.

Pages: 215-232 

First Published:03 January 2019

The Qiangtang terrane was situated at 3 ± °N in the Middle Jurassic (reference point: °N, °E)

The Qiangtang terrane did not undergo obvious latitudinal displacement between the Late Triassic and the Middle Jurassic

The Bangong-Nujiang Ocean reached its maximum width in the Late Triassic and then shrank until it closed by the Cretaceous

3-D Structure of the Northern Oman‐UAE Ophiolite: Widespread, Short-Lived, Suprasubduction Zone Magmatism

Tyler K. Ambrose, Michael P. Searle

Pages: 233-252 

First Published:22 December 2018

The architecture of ophiolite in the UAE is similar to Oman, and there is no reason to infer a different tectonic history

Extension and magmatism during ophiolite formation were broadly distributed, rather than localized along a single ridge axis

The ophiolite sequence is gently folded but largely intact

There are no large gabbro bodies in the mantle sequence; they are all above the petrological Moho

Structural and Geochronological Constraints on Devonian Suprasubduction Tectonic Switching and Permian Collisional Dynamics in the Chinese Altai, Central Asia

Y. D. Jiang, K. Schulmann, M. Sun, et al.

Pages: 253-280 

First Published:26 December 2018

The Chinese Altai was affected by pre-Devonian crustal thickening, Mid-Devonian (400-380 Ma) extension, and Late Devonian NW-SE shortening

The Devonian edifice was affected by NW-SE zones of high-temperature deformation and upright folding in the Permian at 280‐273 Ma

Devonian events reflect suprasubduction tectonic switching, while Permian folding indicates the Junggar-Chinese Altai collision

Tectonic Mode Switches Recorded at the Northern Edge of the Australian Plate During the Pliocene and Pleistocene

L. T. White, R. Hall, I. Gunawan, et al.

Pages: 281-306 

First Published:19 December 2018

The Wandamen Peninsula in West Papua consists of multiply deformed medium‐high grade metamorphic rocks

These rocks record multiple deformation events that occurred within the last six million years

These rapid rates of deformation, metamorphism, and uplift should be considered in studies of ancient orogens and within numerical models

The 3D Geophysical Investigation of a Middle Cretaceous to Paleocene Regional Décollement in the Cordillera of Northern Canada and Alaska

Nathan Hayward

Pages: 307-334 

First Published:20 December 2018

A new approach to 3D gravity inversion models the distribution and depth extent of rocks with systematic density contrasts

In the northern Cordillera, the geometry of low-density zones primarily associated with middle Cretaceous granitic intrusions is defined

The zones delimit a middle Cretaceous to Paleocene regional scale décollement related to the Mackenzie Mountains fold and thrust belt

Strain Field Associated With a Component of Divergent Motion Along the Southern Dead Sea Fault: Insights From Magnetic Fabrics

R. Issachar, T. Levi, S. Marco, et al.

Pages: 335-353 

First Published:26 December 2018

Magnetic fabrics of carbonate rocks are sensitive strain indicators, suitable for strain field determination along major faults

Diamagnetic fabrics of carbonate rocks indicate maximum horizontal shortening parallel to the southern segment of the Dead Sea Fault (DSF)

The strain field close to the DSF is local, with a component of divergence

Paleoseismic Slip Records and Uplift of the Longmen Shan, Eastern Tibetan Plateau

H. Wang, H. B. Li, L. Zhang, Y. Zheng, et al.

Pages: 354-373 

First Published:11 January 2019

The YBF is a typical listric thrust fault that dips `70° at depths 700 m revealed from WFSD cores

Fault rocks in the YBF at the surface and in WFSD cores contain pseudotachylytes that record paleoseismic slip events

Uplift of the Longmen Shan was accommodated by imbricated thrusting of the Pengguan Complex over the Xujiahe Formation

Oligocene-Early Miocene Topographic Relief Generation of Southeastern Tibet Triggered by Thrusting

Kai Cao, Guocan Wang, Philippe Hervé Leloup, et al.

Pages: 374-391 

First Published:11 January 2019

The Jianchuan basin experienced 2.3-3.2 km of exhumation at a rate of 0.57-0.80 km/Myr at `28-20 Ma

Exhumation of the Jianchuan basin was accomplished prior to ca. 20 Ma

Topographic relief in southeastern Tibet is partly produced by thrusting along the Yulong thrust belt during the Oligocene-Early Miocene

 

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