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Implications of low-temperature cooling history on a transect across the Colorado Plateau-Basin and Range boundary, west central Arizona

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Abstract

Fission track ages of apatite and zircon from metamorphic, plutonic, and sedimentary rocks along a 80-km transect across the Colorado Plateau-Basin and Range boundary in west central Arizona show differences in the low-temperature cooling histories between the provinces. The transect extends from Cypress Mountain in the Colorado Plateau transition zone to the eastern Buckskin Mountains in the Basin and Range. -from Authors

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Publication Subtype:
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Title:
Implications of low-temperature cooling history on a transect across the Colorado Plateau-Basin and Range boundary, west central Arizona
Series title:
Journal of Geophysical Research
Volume
96
Issue:
B7
Year Published:
1991
Language:
English
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